Salt therapy - your new solution
 If you have persistent problems with runny, blocked or congested nose, postnasal drip, headache/facial pain or
pressure in area of sinuses 

● If you have frequent respiratory infections or seek add-on therapy for respiratory tract infection, 
which will help you to recover and recover faster 

● If during or after commencement of traditional treatment of airways’ acute infectious disorder or 
chronic disease exacerbation, you are still unwell 

● If you have phlegm, but can not clear up your airways 

● If you feel that your airways are "polluted" with pollen, occupational particles or other pollutants

● If you are suffering from morning smokers' cough or dry cough

Salt therapy is a method of respiratory treatment that goes back for centuries and improves your qualities of breathing. 
The benefit of breathing in salt mines, which has been proved to be highly effective is now available in your own 
environment. This is the aero-dispersed dry salt (NaCl) environment saturated by the NEW HaloGenerator at 
the specified and controlled mass concentration with the particle sizes of 0.1 to 5μm. 

Salt therapy is designated for the following disorders:
Bronchial Asthma; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema; Cystic Fibrosis; Bronchiectasis; 
Smoking Cough; Cough with viscous sputum discharging with difficulties; Chronic ENT illnesses: Otitis, Tonsillitis, 
Sinusitis, Pharyngitis.

  The history of Salt therapy goes back to the ancient times. According to ancient legends, the monks placed
patients in the salt caves, 
with the air full of salt dust. During the World War 2 many people with chronic
diseases reported significant improvement of health after being in salt mines used as the bomb shelters. 

In the 19th century 
Polish doctor Felix Boczkowski noticed that pulmonary diseases are 
practically absent among the miners of the salt mines. In 1843 he published a book “About the mine in terms of science, history and wellness” (O Wieliczce pod względem historyi naturalnej, dziejów i kąpieli). This could be considered as a first scientific publication about the salt therapy.

Here is a quote from the book: 

"...Moreover, for these types of ailments, even more effective than the salt baths themselves are frequent and prolonged visits to the salt mines. This phenomenon is directly related to the microclimate of the mines, where the air is saturated with fine salt particles and salt dust. This salt residue has an extremely positive effect on weak and sickened lungs, which is clearly noticeable in the miners who despite their lung afflictions and extremely hard work live to a very old age. They display quite an improvement in their physical disposition once they find themselves at the bottom of the mine after a long, strenuous descent down the mine shaft..."

Many speleoclinics were opened and exist till now all over the Europe. 

On the left a salt sanatorium Wieliczka, on the right the oldest underground salt clinic in Europe Bochnia, 
can take 256 visitors simultaneously, 300 meters under the ground level.

  Contraindications: Internal diseases in decompensation, severe hypertension, relapsing and massive bleeds of any kind, blood diseases in acute stage, acute stage of respiratory diseases, severe chronic respiratory failure, active tuberculosis, mental disorders and all kinds of drug addiction, malignant diseases, intoxication, achexia, pregnancy.