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Clinical Studies

  • Salt Mine - clinical study. 
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  • U.S. Journal of Aerosol Medicine Volume 8, Number 3, 1995- SALT THERAPY (HALOTHERAPY) FOR TREATMENT OF RESPIRATORY DISEASES. 
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  • UK European Respiratory Journal 1997- The effect of inhaling a drypowder of sodium chloride on the airways of asthmatic subjects. 
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  • The effect of a Dry Salt Inhaler in adults with COPD -- Romania: Pulmonology Journal, 2007 Jul-Sep;56(3):124-7Published also in PubMed.gov
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  • E698 Effect of dry sodium chloride aerosol on the respiratory tract of tobacco smokers , A. V. Chervinskaya (St. Petersburg, Russian Federation).
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  • Patient's testimonials about speleotherapy.
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  • Scintia Press: Halotherapy: Aerosol Salt Treatment of Respiratory Diseases.
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  • Science Tribune, March 1999, Eberhard J. Wormer, Germany A taste for salt in the history of medicine.
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Testimonials

I got breathing problems after inhalation of Myrr, an ant poison. It only got worse and nothing helped. After a while I got the diagnosis of mild COPD. I bought a salt inhaler and after a few days I felt the difference. I could breathe much easier. Now I can take deep breaths and manage up the hills better. The salt pipe is worth every crown!

Eva in Bålsta, Sweden

Salt Inhaler has helped me to become free from the nicotine monster that has ruled my body and my time. Now, I am free from my drug dependency. Thanks!

Skutskär, Sweden

Definitely worth the money, if you have bronchitis constantly (mine was from smoking) this product is the one for you. It cleared the mucous in my lungs and breathing through the inhaler actually became a substitute for the cigarettes. I am proud to say I am 4 days smoke free and using the inhaler to complete the clearing and healing of my poor lungs.

Bliss, Boulder - CO

I really enjoy the new “pocket” format of the DSI , it makes it much more convenient to use. Although I do no use the DSI on a regular basis I reach for it the second I come down with a cold to keep my breathing easy and strong.

Francis, US