Since the negative effects of air pollution seem to be completely inescapable, it seems logical that we must purify and take care of our respiratory system just as is done with our skin, hair, etc Major respiratory disorder diseases such as asthma, allergies, and bronchitis are all associated with pollutions as we can see that these diseases have been increased in industrial countries found that allergic diseases are a common and increasing problem in Western Society.
Walker and Sheikh (2005) report that approximately 20% of the UK population (and about 75% of those with asthma) suffer from some form of rhinitis but the large number is highest in adolescents and young adults.
To maintain our healthy living in this century, the benefits derived from ancient salt-cave therapies well known in Eastern and Central Europe can be harnessed in a unique way to maintain optimum respiratory function. The instrument contains Halite mineral Rock salt from Himalayan Salt Mines that have originated in Himalayan Salt Range Mountain Pakistan.
The AGT Himalayan Salt Pipe Inhaler provides a convenient way to improve and maintain your breathing at your home. They have been used to successfully treat all kinds of respiratory disorders. Breathing through the AGT Himalayan Salt pipe will draw air across the 20-22 million-year-old minerals, the beneficial effects of which then reach every microscopic aspect of the respiratory system and could influence breathing problems which may be caused by:
• Asthma, Allergies
• Sinus problem, Hay fever
• Chest infections
• Persistent Cough and Sore throats
• Breathing difficulty
• Respiratory problems caused by smoking
“SALT PIPE UNDER THE SCOPE”
Rock salt has been used for centuries around the world to ease respiratory discomfort. A trial involving asthmatic and allergic patients and those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) showed the salt pipe improved Symptoms in more than half of them. During a three-week period, 25 of the 50 patients were given a placebo pipe and the others a pipe filled with organic, crystal salt. At the end of the trial, 56% of those using the salt pipe had an improvement in lung function compared to 34% on the placebo pipe. Just under 74% had an improvement in their breathing. “(1)
“PUFF ON A PIPE TO HELP ASTHMA”
“A PIPE filled with salt could offer new hope for Britain’s 8 million asthma sufferers. Puffing on the salt pipe draws tiny particles of salt into the lungs, which manufacturers claim boosts natural cleansing processes. Trials in Budapest found three out of four patients improved after using the device for 15 minutes a day. “(2)
“The effect of a dry salt inhaler in adults with COPD”
The fascinating results of this study, originally published in Pneumologia 2007 Jul-Sep; 56(3):124-7 concludes: ―35 patients were given dry salt inhalers…and were asked to use them up to 30 minutes per day. Spirometry tests and six minutes walk tests were performed initially and after one, two, and three months…RESULTS:…we found a statistically significant improvement in the six-minute walk test values… Dry salt inhaler therapy may prove to be a useful adjuvant therapy in COPD as far as effort tolerance and quality of life are concerned.‖
“Medical Appraisal of the Inhalation Apparatus named “Salt-pipe” Extended, longer use increases vital capacity; subjective use also ensures better general wellbeing…The use of the Apparatus was effective even in acute respiratory diseases, but supportive medication was still required.”
Dr. Gabriella Hegyi MD.PhD.(3)