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General Information:

Based on an individual's condition and symptoms, this can vary, since like many wellness and health regimens, individuals respond differently. Many individuals will notice a positive effect in just in one session, however, a series of sessions is recommended for optimal results. 


Some people go two to three times a week for a three to four-week ritual during allergy and cold seasons, some people go twice a week for six to eight weeks for more chronic conditions. Those who go for general wellness, stress relief, and relaxation simply go as often as they like.


For best results, a series of treatments is recommended. The Salt Therapy Association additionally recommends using dry salt therapy as a continuous preventive measure to strengthen the immune system against colds, cough,allergies, and sinusitis.You cannot overdose from salt therapy.

Recommended Treatment Schedules:

Although the FDA has yet to establish official protocols for dry salt therapy in the United States, some European countries have incorporated the following duration of treatment:

  • Asthma (mild): 12-14 days

  • Asthma (severe): 18-21 days

  • Acute bronchitis: 12-14 days

  • Recurrent bronchitis: 12-14 days

  • Chronic simple bronchitis: 18-21 days

  • Chronic obstructive bronchitis: 18-21 days

  • Pneumonia after acute stage: 12-14 days

  • Cystic fibrosis: 20-25 days

  • Chronic sinusitis: 14-18 days

  • Acute sinusitis: 3-5 days

  • Hay fever: 12-14 days

  • Smokers: 12-14 days

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