Benefits of Dry Salt Therapy
Dry Salt Therapy may provide symptomatic relief for adults and children with a variety of respiratory conditions including: Allergies (mold, pollen, ragweed), Asthma, Bronchitis, Bronchial Infections, COPD, Cold and Flu, Cystic Fibrosis, Emphysema, Pneumonia, Rhinitis, Sinusitis, Smoker's Cough and Wheezing.
May provide symptomatic relief for adults and children with a variety of skin conditions including: Acne, Dermatitis, Dry & Flaky Skin, Eczema, Psoriasis, Rashes, Rosacea, Skin Aging and Skin Inflammation.
Recreational, Competitive and Professional athletes seeking to breathe easier during exercise or enhance their athletic performance, endurance and recovery time through increased strength, lung function and oxygen saturation find help with Halotherapy.

History of Halotherapy

Halotherapy comes from the Greek word, "halos" which means "salt". Halotherapy, also known as dry salt therapy, is an all natural treatment that mimics the microclimate of a salt cave. Halotherapy originated as Speleotherapy over 100 years ago in Eastern Europe for the therapeutic benefit of respiratory disease. Speleotherapy has evolved into modern-Halotherapy or dry salt aerosol therapy to provide natural symptom relief for a variety of respiratory and skin conditions. Halotherapy has been recognized in Europe for over 50 years for the treatment of breathing and skin conditions. It is used throughout the world today with documented and consistently positive results.

One does not need to visit an ancient salt cave to experience the restorative effects of Halotherapy. It has become standard therapy in many modern spas across the globe as a highly effective treatment. Halotherapy is a safe, all natural, and drug-free alternative. It is anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-microbial. It is not considered a replacement for pharmaceuticals but rather augment therapy to enhance the natural healing process.

Halotherapy was first pioneered by the Russians.
• They developed a technology for replicating the conditions of the salt caves and mines.

• The first salt facilities were established in clinical settings such as health facilities, hospitals, etc.

• Halotherapy soon emerged in more commercial settings outside of the USSR in the 1990s throughout Europe

Whether you suffer from allergies, asthma, chronic sinusitis, other respiratory or skin conditions or simply want to enhance lung capacity and breathe easier, choose Halotherapy.

Why Halotherapy

The average person breathes 17,000 to 21,000 times each day. Your lungs are living air purifiers that are continuously under attack from each breath consisting of allergens, bacteria, pollen, pollutants, toxins, and particles. Exposure can cause absorption of allergens and pollutants, tightening or obstruction of airways, inflammation, bacteria growth, increased mucus viscosity or respiratory disease.

More and more people are suffering from respiratory diseases resulting from a combination of environmental pollutants and allergens including pollution, airborne diseases, pollens and toxins than previously recorded.

The only salt to use for dry salt therapy for the halogenerator is pharmaceutical grade:
• It is pure and natural sodium chloride that does not contain any additives
• All other salt has trace elements and minerals that when ground into microparticles can reach deep into the respiratory tract could cause adverse reactions
• Depending on where the salt is mined from when ground into microparticles some dirt and/or clay could be released
• All clinical research and studies are based on pharmaceutical salt

The use of an artificial microclimate chamber in the treatment of patients with chronic obstructive lung diseases (Chernenkov RA, Chernenkova EA, Zhukov GV.) 1997 Russia

Halotherapy in the combined treatment of chronic bronchitis patients (Maev EZ, Vinogradov NV.) 1999 Russia

The scientific validation and outlook for the practical use of halo-aerosol therapy (Chervinskaia AV.) 2000 Russia

Halotherapy for treatment of respiratory diseases. (Chervinskaya AV1, Zilber NA). 2000 Russia

Effectiveness of Halotherapy of chronic bronchitis patients (Abdrakhmanova LM, Farkhutdinov UR, Farkhutdinov RR.) 2000 Russia

Effects of Halotherapy on free radical oxidation in patients with chronic bronchitis (Farkhutdinov UR, Abdrakhmanova LM, Farkhutdinov RR.) 2000 Russia

Efficacy of therapeutic use of ultrasound and sinusoidal modulated currents combed with Halotherapy in patient with occupational toxic-dust bronchitis (Roslaia NA, Likhacheva EI, Shchekoldin PI) 2001 Russia

The effect of salt chamber treatment on bronchial hyperresponsiveness in asthmatics. (Hedman J1, Hugg T, Sandell J, Haahtela T.) 2006 Finland

The use of Halotherapy for the health improvement in children at institutions of general education (Khan MA, Chervinskaia AV, Mikitchenko NA) 2012 Russia

Double-blind placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial on the efficacy of Aerosal in the treatment of sub-obstructive adenotonsillar hypertrophy and related diseases. (Gelardi M1, Iannuzzi L, Greco Miani A, Cazzaniga S, Naldi L, De Luca C, Quaranta N) 2013 Italy

Salt caves as simulation of natural environment and significance of Halotherapy. (Zajac J1, Bojar I2, Helbin J1, Kolarzyk E1, Owoc A3) 2014 Poland

A review of halotherapy for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (International Journal of COPD,  Rachael Rashleigh Sheree MS Smith, and Nicola J Roberts) 2014

Halotherapy in the combined treatment of chronic bronchitis patients

SALTMED: The Therapy with Sodium Chloride Dry Aerosols. (B. Opriţa, C. Pandrea, B. Dinu, B. Aignătoaie) 2010 Romania

Halotherapy in Controlled Salt Chamber Microclimate for Recovering Medicine (Chervinskaya Alina V.) 2007

Halotherapy History and Experience of Clinical Application (A.V. Chervinskaya, A.N. Alexandrov, S.I. Konovalov)


Halotherapy as asthma treatment in children: A randomized, controlled, prospective pilot study. (Bar-Yoseph R, et al. Pediatr Pulmonol. 2016.)

Halotherapy (Dr. Daniel T. Layish, 2015)

Halotherapy of Respiratory Diseases. (Chervinskaya A.) 2003 Russia

Halotherapy in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis: A Pilot Study (Morhaf Al Achkar, David E. Geller, Amanshe Perera Slaney and Daniel T Layish - 2015)

Halotherapy History and Experience of Clinical Application (A.V. Chervinskaya, A.N. Alexandrov, S.I. Konovalov)

Effect of Dry Sodium Chloride Aerosol on the Respiratory Tract of Tobacco Smokers (Alina V. Chervinskaya. 2006)

The role of non-medicamental technologies in the rehabilitation of the children presenting with acute rhinosinusitis. (Khan MA , Khoruzhenko OV , Vakhova EL , Lyan NA , Radetskaya LI)

Theoretical basis and clinical benefits of dry salt inhalation therapy. (Endre L. 2015)

Bronchial hyperreactivity to the inhalation of hypo- and hyperosmolar aerosols and its correction by halotherapy. (Gorbenko PP, Adamova IV, Sinitsyna TM) 1996

Salt Halo Therapy and Saline Inhalation Administered to Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Pilot Study (Ulla Møller Weinreich, Tove Nilsson, Lone Mylund, Helle Thaarup Christiansen and Birgitte Schantz Laursen - 2014)

Impact assessment of saline aerosols on exercise capacity of athletes (Stirbu Catalina, Stirbu Catalin, Sandu Ion - 2012)

Surveys on therapeutic effects of “halotherapy chamber with artificial saltmine environment” on patients with certain chronic allergenic respiratory pathologies and infectious-inflammatory pathologies (Lazarescu H, Simionca I, Hoteteu M, Munteanu A, Rizea I, Iliuta A, Dumitrascu D, Dumitrescu E - 2014)

Halotherapy and Buteyko Breathing Technique – a possible successful combination in relieving respiratory symptoms (Radu CRIȘANDABIJA, Traian MIHĂESCU - 2017)


Halotherapy - Benefits and Risks (Evgeniya Vladeva, Liliya Panajotova)

Dry sodium chloride aerosol against acute respiratory infections (Alina Chervinskaya - 2009)

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