Himalayan salt lamps are known for healing and a natural air purifier. As a member of US family guide I was able to review one on my blog I was sent a 5 to 7 pounds salt lamp and it is small in size but big enough for sufficient ionization of a small bedroom. It allows you the luxury of significant ionization at a low price. Those who wish to start their ionization process in their bedroom typically look for this lamp. From our experiences, the people who start out this way usually enjoy the lamp and decide to furnish additional rooms in the home. When this 200 million-year-old crystallized salt mind from the Himalayan Mountains is heated by the bulb inside, it releases negative ions. Negative ions are known to neutralize pollutants in the air, a process which improves indoor air quality. These beautiful lamps will emit a warm, pleasant glow well help in you breathe easier. They have been known to help people with allergies, asthma, and a host of other diseases.
My Opinion: I was surprised how heavy this lamp was and I feel it is very pretty. My husband suffers from asthma so I decided to put this on in the bedroom of our home to see if it helped them breathe easier at night I did notice he was breathing easier and I like the soft glow that it gives off. Now I know why yoga enthusiasts use this.
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About them: The Himalayan Salt Shop was founded in 2006 by Ernest Gaglione in the basement of a two family house in Bloomfield, NJ. Originally, Ernest had to lug his heavy inventory up and down steep basement stairs as he personally shipped each customer's order. As his company grew through hard work and perseverance, Ernest reached the point where he could afford a small office space in Parsippany, NJ. Ernest continued to expand by employing a fulfillment center to help with the shipping of orders.
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