Salt Cave - Salt Rooms
What is Salt Therapy/Halotherapy? Who can benefit?
Salt therapy or halotherapy (from the Greek word ‘halo’ meaning salt) has been around for centuries. Naturally-occurring salt caves found throughout Asia and Europe are revered for their therapeutic properties. In Poland, the famous Wieliczka salt mine contains a respiratory hospital. It even boasts a patient success rate so high, there is a waiting list. That’s because halotherapy is a safe, drug-free, 100% natural and affordable non-invasive treatment alternative for respiratory and cardiovascular ailments. However, you do not have to suffer from respiratory ailments to benefit from salt therapy. Individuals with insomnia, allergies, stress, anxiety and depression can also benefit from this burgeoning holistic treatment option.
What are the benefits of halotherapy?
A growing body of scientific research shows that salt therapy can treat various illnesses. It can also help prevent colds or flus. Even more, there are no known drug interactions or side effects from halotherapy.
Himalayan salt contains approximately 84 natural elements that our bodies can absorb and use for multiple purposes. Some of which include iodine, magnesium and calcium, which is a natural anti-allergen.
How Does Salt Therapy Work?
The halogenerator disperses an active dry salt aerosol via a fan process. The salt aerosol concentration is controlled using optoelectronic sensors within the room. This maintains ideal conditions and proper ventilation flow. Some 80% of the aerosolized salt particles measure less than 5 microns. This allows for effortless absorption by the human body.
Water cascades, typically constructed of softwood and utilizing special equipment, pump salt brine at a slow, steady pace. As the brine evaporates, it produces a saline vapor effect within the cave. This creates a higher concentration of negative ions, naturally found around flowing water or oceanic environments.
We are passionate about our product. We source only the highest quality Himalayan salt, well known for its beauty and healing properties, direct from the Himalayan Mountains. This gorgeous mineral is then transformed by our team of designers and builders.
One boulder and brick at a time, we create truly stunning salt rooms. We pride ourselves on offering the highest quality materials, customer service, and execution. The only corners we cut are those of the bricks measured to fit your unique salt cave project.
We have built salt therapy rooms and wellness clinics across North America. Some of our work can be found in Tennesee, Texas, Ohio, Brooklyn, New York, Connecticut, Manhattan, Georgia, British Columbia, and Ontario. We help our clients transform their vision into reality. By creating unique, state-of-the-art man-made microclimates, we harness the raw beauty and healing powers found in salt. Let us help you bring your vision to life.
- Tailor-made design
- Custom salt cave design frameworks to choose from (or design your own)
- High-quality, eco-friendly materials
- Signature fibre-optic and stalactite ceiling
- Design options for wheelchair accessibility
- Lighting included in every cave
- Support with business plans, site selection, and project development
- Financing options available
Halo generators offer negative aero ions of sodium chloride.
The main active factor is the possibility of creating a specific microclimate with an increased concentration of sodium chloride aeroions (halotherapy) in residential premises, hospital and sanatorium wards, salt rooms, specialized rest rooms. Created microclimate in its parameters is close to the microclimate of salt mines.
Halogenerator can be used for the complex treatment of patients with bronchial asthma. It has the ability to improve bronchial patency and sanitize the upper respiratory tract from conditionally pathogenic microflora (bacteria of the genus Staphylococcus).
Indications for Use:
§ bronchial asthma, asthmatic bronchitis in all periods of the disease;
§ recurrent bronchitis;
§ acute obstructive bronchitis;
§ chronic inflammatory diseases of the nasopharynx and upper respiratory tract;
§ cystic fibrosis, pulmonary and pulmonary intestinal forms in the period of compensation and subcompensation.
No age restrictions.
§ absolute - none;
§ relative - increased sensitivity to ionized air.