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Himalayan Salt Lamp


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  • 1. Himalayan S a l t La m p s 84 M ine rals Him alaya n sa l t con ta in s 84 el em en t s that includ e min era l s, t ra ce min era ls and micromin era l s. Tr a ce 5 M in e r a l s 24 9 Chromium B 29 Copper Flourine Cr Cu F Boron 25 42 34 30 Magnesium 53 Molybdenum Selenium Zinc Mn Mo Se Zn I Iodine Himalayan Salt Himalayan salt is mined from the Khewra Salt Mines situated at the foothills of the Himalayas. It is the 2nd largest salt mine in the world, and official records of the Khewra mine date back to the 13th century. Today the mine includes nearly 25 miles of tunnels stretched across 1 1 levels, and runs almost a half mile into the mountains. Pet s g en e rat e d a nd e r El ec tronic devices give off pos itive ion s Smoke , po ll e n, du st a n d other all e rgin e s ca n p ollu t e insid e s pace s l e a din g to illnes s , d e pre s s i o n Studies show positive ion s in crease irritability, migrain es, exhaustion , n egative m o od an d slow recovery from illn ess O O H imalayan Sal t Lamp N Hand chipped from the base of the Himalayan Mountains these salt lamps contain 84 different minerals. N CH 3 H 3C 15 w Light Bulb Heats the salt causing it to emit negative ions like those found in the ocean, thunderstorms and waterfalls. N H 3C N H N e gat i v e IoCH ns 3 Remove dust, pollen, dander, cigarette smoke, bacteria and offsets positive ions generated by computer monitors, TVs and other electronic devices. N N H N eg a t i v e I o ns Positive ions, pollution, and allergens are scrubbed from the air by negative ions produced by Himalayan salt lamps H imalayan Salt Shop www. Himalayan Salt Krueger AP, Reed EJ.Biological impact of small air ions. Science 1976 Sep 24;193(4259):1209-13. Sulman FG. Migraine and headache due to weather and allied causes and its specific treatment. Ups J Med Sci Suppl 1980;31:41-4. Sulman FG, Levy D, Lunkan L, Pfeifer Y, Tal E. New methods in the treatment of weather sensitivity. Fortschr Med 1977 Mar 17;95(1 46-52. 1):7 Udermann H, Fischer G. Studies on the influence of positive or negative small ions on the catechol amine content in the brain of the mouse following shorttime or prolonged exposure. Zentralbl Bakteriol Mikrobiol Hyg [B] 1982 Apr;176(1):72-8. Goldstein N, Arshavskaya TV. Is atmospheric superoxide vitally necessary? Accelerated death of animals in a quasi-neutral electric atmosphere. Z Naturforsch [C] 1997 May-Jun;52(5-6):396-404. Livanova LM, Levshina IP, Nozdracheva LV, Elbakidze MG, Airapetiants MG. The protective action of negative air ions in acute stress in rats with different typological behavioral characteristics. Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova 1998 May-Jun;48(3):554-7. Reilly T, Stevenson IC. An investigation of the effects of negative air ions on responses to submaximal exercise at different times of day. J Hum Ergol (Tokyo) 1993 Jun;22(1):1-9. Kosenko EA, Kaminsky YuG, Stavrovskaya IG, Sirota TV, Kondrashova MN. The stimulatory effect of negative air ions and hydrogen peroxide on the activity of superoxide dismutase. FEBS Lett 1997 Jun 30;410(2-3):309-12.