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Himalayan Salt Lamps- Do they work?
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I have a Himalayan Salt Lamp and it is supposed to clean the air plus have other health benefits. But do they really work and do they need to be replaced? I have had mine for 3 years and it is on 24/7. Do they lose their effectiveness?
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Probably not .

There ' s a LOT of Negative IONS to be had in the World .


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(02-12-2020, 03:55 PM)Heir Wrote: Probably not .

There ' s a LOT of Negative IONS to be had in the World .


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Lmao

Lady at the store last week told me I need one for every room and a bigger one for the living room. Seemed like a sales pitch to me.
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(02-12-2020, 04:10 PM)Lily Wrote: Lmao  

Lady at the store last week told me I need one for every room and a bigger one for the living room. Seemed like a sales pitch to me.

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(02-12-2020, 01:16 PM)Lily Wrote: I have a Himalayan Salt Lamp and it is supposed to clean the air plus have other health benefits. But do they really work and do they need to be replaced?  I have had mine for 3 years and it is on 24/7.  Do they lose their effectiveness?

Salt is hygroscopic, so the lamps attract water molecules from the air; this means the lamps trap dirt, pollen, and smoke particles and other contaminants from the air which are carried in water vapor.
Don't forget to clean it with a damp, but not wet, cloth or sponge. Be gentle, but rub the surface until you see the natural pink salt crystals below the white salt residue and your salt lamp will be as good as new again.
If you can breath better everything else fell better

For myself i don't have a lamp but i am a true believer of breathing salty air
https://mommypotamus.com/himalayan-salt-...-benefits/
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No matter how technologically advanced we become, there is always going to be snake oil salesmen. Caveat Emptor - buyer beware
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They sure look nice is my opinion. You'd have to have a few turned on all day and night in just one room to even consider any real results. Also, a salt lamp needs to be hot so it will release the salt fumes into the air and to have any medicinal effects. Those tiny bulbs don't do much of anything.

Next, a salt inhaler is good if you don't mind carrying it around all day with you because you'll need to be constantly sucking air through that damn thing all day long! However, it's still better than a Himalayan salt lamp anyway.

Instead, I use a cold mist diffuser and not the hot oil diffusers. I mix about 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon of Himalayan salt completely into distilled water and let that bitch run all flu season. It doesn't bother my five Yorkies as the essential oils do and it keeps everyone's lungs clear all winter long.

Below are the units I use throughout my home with a link to read-up a bit more and buy if you like at Amazon.

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Read More and/or Purchase on Amazon Here: https://www.amazon.com/URPOWER-Essential...01&sr=8-15

NOTE: I do not sell anything on Amazon, nor do I make any money by sharing this product. It is a product that I use myself.
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(02-12-2020, 05:19 PM)Guest Wrote: No matter how technologically advanced we become, there is always going to be snake oil salesmen.  Caveat Emptor - buyer beware

try it
don't to buy the inhaler!!!!
Don't spend money on something you already have at home
use a salt shaker put salt in it et voila Wink
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I have a few; but not sure if I really notice the difference.

They make cool night lights though :0)
Chuckle
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(02-12-2020, 06:07 PM)CrypticMole Wrote: Instead, I use a cold mist diffuser and not the hot oil diffusers. I mix about 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon of Himalayan salt completely into distilled water and let that bitch run all flu season. It doesn't bother my five Yorkies as the essential oils do and it keeps everyone's lungs clear all winter long.

That is a great idea. Never thought of doing salt in our diffuser plus it would add moisture to the air. We have a wood stove so things get dry in the house.
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