A natural aid for those who suffer from allergies, asthma and respiratory disorders
The Salitair is a convenient, portable and refillable salt inhalation Class I Medical Device.
It allows the user to gain lasting relief from respiratory disorders and can help make breathing easier.
Salt inhalation therapy has a long history, particularly in Eastern Europe, where it has been practised since at least the 19th century. Typically, the therapy has involved exposure to the salty microclimates found in salt mines (salt mine workers were observed to rarely suffer from respiratory ailments) and, to this day, people travel to these specialised health resorts to spend time in salt caves.
Salitair makes salt therapy available to everybody, re-creating the salty micro-climate of a salt cave in a handy, portable format that can be accessed whenever needed. Used regularly, it can help to improve forced expiratory volume, clean the respiratory system and help patients breathe more easily.
A.V. Chervinskaya, (2006), ‘Effect of dry sodium aerosol on the respiratory tract of tobacco smokers’ , E-posters in free access, Session 43
Dry sodium chloride aerosol relieves the main symptoms (cough and sputum), improves local defense mechanisms and resistance of mucous membranes of tobacco smokers…
A.V. Chervinskaya, ‘Halotherapy of Respiratory Diseases’, Clinical Research Respiratory Center Saint-Petersburg
The development of method, principles and advantages of halotherapy.Encapsulating the benefits of halotherapy within a portable haloinhalator.
A.V. Chervinskaya and N.A. Zilber, (Saint-Petersburg Pavlov National Medical University, Russia) , (1995), ‘Halotherapy for Treatment of Respiratory Diseases ‘, Journal of Aerosol Medicine, Volume 8, Number 3, 1995, Mary Ann Licbert, Inc
Speleotherapy has been recognized as a highly effective drug-free treatment method. Great experience in the treatment of patients with various forms of chronic nonspecific pulmonary diseases.
Treatment time: Fifteen minutes daily (can be broken down to 3x five-minute treatments)