Some electromagnetic waves carry so much energy per quantum that they have the ability to break bonds between molecules. In the electromagnetic spectrum, gamma rays given off by radioactive materials, cosmic rays and X-rays carry this property and are called ‘ionizing radiation’. Fields whose quanta are insufficient to break molecular bonds are called ‘non-ionizing radiation’. Man-made sources of electromagnetic fields that form a major part of industrialized life — electricity, microwaves and radiofrequency fields — are found at the relatively long wavelength and low frequency end of the electromagnetic spectrum and their quanta are unable to break chemical bonds. http://www.naturallivingideas.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/salt-lamps-2-1.jpg
“The lady doth protest too much…” This article suggests to me that the writer or those who have paid to writer has a hidden agenda. And I’ll cite that science has made our world into a shit hole where we are now browbeaten into accepting and trusting conventional gangster snake oil medicine, pesticides, herbicides, fluoride, mercury laced vaccines, etc., and so on, all of which is touted to be good for us but which is poison to us while we are ridiculed and discouraged by science “experts” from using natural solutions. Science and scientists have betrayed us. And why? Because they are funded by those who want to continue to poison us. If the writer of this article is in earnest, then the writer has been thoroughly, successfully indoctrinated into serving on the wrong side of history. https://www.healthline.com/hlcmsresource/images/topic_centers/Food-Nutrition/1296x728_HEADER_himalayan-salt-lamp.jpg
As I just said, Himalayan salt lamps are inherently fragile. Once you own one, you definitely need to be careful not to drop it or bang it into other solid objects because the salt crystal can be damaged very easily. This is actually a rare time when durability is not desirable. If your salt lamp is unaffected by a collision, it could likely be an imposter. https://himalayansaltboutique.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Salt-Lamps-400.jpg
Himalayan salt is now used in inhalers to bring relief to asthma and allergy sufferers. Salt therapy is also used to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients. COPD is a debilitating and degenerative lung disease characterized by the restriction of airflow in and out of the lungs. According to the Lung Institute, “Some people have found salt therapy to be an effective option for relieving symptoms of lung disease, resulting in easier breathing.” https://negativeionizers.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Himalayan-salt-bowl.jpg
That doesn’t mean the people who have experienced benefits are entirely wrong, though. Kogan told SheKnows it’s possible the lamp provides a placebo effect. Essentially, a person believes the salt lamps will help, there’s a psychological component to their issue, and thus the lamp does relieve some of their symptoms. “It’s more of a mind-body effort, really, because it’s not like there’s some kind of biochemical being released from the lamp,” she said. https://himalayansaltboutique.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-easycart-data/products/pics1/Four%20Large%20Fire%20Bowl%20Salt%20Lamps%20Pack_c2c46206f0c48ab68421d0e4f9835e44.jpg
Another possible health benefit of the Himalayan salt lamp is a reduction in anxiety symptoms. According to color therapy as well as general human enjoyment, the warm pinkish to orange glow of the salt lamp is a calming and happy presence in a room. Additionally, as a real piece of nature, Himalayan salt gives off negative ions like a waterfall (but in much smaller amounts). Since Himalayan salt lamps release negative ions into the air, they can help reduce anxiety and also encourage a relaxing atmosphere for sleep. (7) Many people like to keep salt lamps in their bedrooms for their calming effect.
Himalayan salt lamps are made from pink salt crystals mined from the edge of the Himalayan Mountains—the only place where you can acquire authentic Himalayan pink salt. However, the lamps themselves range in color from light pink to pink with an orange hue, depending on the mineral concentration. The pink Himalayan salt crystals are mined, then hollowed out and fitted with a bulb to provide both light and heat. Himalayan salt rock lamps also come in baskets of crystal salt blocks with a light underneath.

Being the most pressing issue of fast moving life, anxiety and stress are managed in a variety of ways. Some people trust psychiatrists and prescribed medicines for treatment of anxiety and become dependent on sleeping pills and tranquillizers. Others opt for complimentary and alternate therapies for managing anxiety like meditation, yoga, acupuncture, Reiki, etc. But one of the method that is gaining momentous popularity , is “Halotherapy” or Salt Therapy. A more cheaper and sustainable practice for gaining full benefits of salt is use of salt lamps. http://personalitybuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/How-a-Himalayan-Salt-Lamp-Can-Improve-Your-Mood.jpg


"Salt crystal is naturally hygroscopic, absorbing water molecules from the air. You will notice if your salt lamp remains unlit for long periods of time, it will begin to 'cry.' The heat from a small light bulb keeps these beautiful crystals dry and in turn releases negative ions (the healthy ones found in abundance in places like oceans, waterfalls, even your shower) into the air," according to the site. http://www.usefulinnovation.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Himalayan-salt-lamp-with-dimmer-switch.jpg
BHandari foods offers you Himalayan salt which is Himalayan crystal salt is far superior to traditional iodized salt. Himalayan salt is millions of years old and pure, untouched by many of the toxins and pollutants that pervade other forms of ocean salt.The health benefits of using natural Himalayan Crystal Salt may include,Controlling the water levels within the body, regulating them for proper functioning,Promoting stable pH balance in the cells, including the brain.Encouraging excellent blood sugar health. https://saltskill.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Globe-salt-Lamp.jpg

So many things around us nowadays release electromagnetic radiation in the form of unhealthy positive ions — things like your cell phone, computer and television, just to name a few.  This electromagnetic radiation (EM), aka electrosmog, may be invisible but is believed to cause some serious long-term effects. Constant exposure to EM radiation is known primarily to cause fatigue, increase stress and weaken the immune system. http://www.nutroactive.com/Content/Manage/Product/ExtraLarge/32641071lt7OxMFJL._SL1100_.jpg
To accent the natural beauty of the salt crystals, they’ve housed them in a decorative metal vase, perfect for the design-conscious home. Illuminate your room with a warm, pleasant and relaxing amber glow. It's a perfect choice in the center of a coffee table, desk. Great for meditation, yoga spaces, and as a nightlight. Also, you can try it as a bedside lamp.
“I love your Himalayan salt lamps, I bought one for my six year old daughter Izabella who suffers from severe allergies. She had inner nose nodules and within three days of sleeping with her lamp they have shrunk in size. She has had her lamp for months, she has also had less allergy fevers. I love this product!!!! I also bought one for my mother Donna age 78, who has had asthma since she was a child. She also suffers from emphysema, so breathing and coughing is a normal in her everyday life. Since having the salt lamp in the family room where she spends most of her time, she has drastically stopped coughing so much.  She is also down on how much she uses her inhaler a day, seriously down from 8 times to 2, that is amazing!!!!“  Gabriel Mollina https://i.ytimg.com/vi/kesWa9fJ-mI/hqdefault.jpg
Pink Himalayan salt rock lamps provide a soothing, therapeutic glow to any room in which they’re placed. They could be used as an integral part of an altar or simply tasteful design elements to improve any mystical and meditative space in your home. Whether you’re looking to improve the atmosphere in your home office or create a space that inspires the life you want to live, a Himalayan salt lamp could be the perfect solution.

Salt is hygroscopic, which means it attracts water molecules to itself. Being the big hunk of salt that it is, a Himalayan salt lamp is believed to work by attracting the water molecules. This water vapor can also carry indoor air pollutants like mold, bacteria and allergens. Once the water vapor comes in contact with the salt lamp, the pollutants are believed to remain trapped in the salt. Since the lamp is heated, the salt dries out and is able to continue the cycle of attracting water vapor and pollutants, releasing the water vapor back into the air but holding on to the health-hazardous pollutants.
This product is a customized 3-in-1 version that could be used as an essential oil diffuser, humidifier and salt lamp. When it used as aroma diffuser and humidifier. It is designed to humidify the air to make you feel relaxed in the dry environment, like an air-conditioned room in the winter. It could also be used as crystal salt lamps that add a beautiful warm glow to any environment and emit a stream of negative ions which can purify the air against allergens and pollutants. Negative ions are...
Basically positive ions are considered to cause problems like hypersensitivity, stress and insomnia. They cause an imbalance in our systems and raise stress and anxiety. Bacteria, molds and allergens all carry a positive charge and the positive ions are also constantly added to our surroundings by electronic devices like laptops, LCDs, microwaves, and other household gadgets. Nature creates negative ions to counter these positive ions . The negative ions increase the oxygen supply to the brain that creates alertness of mind and reduces lethargy and anxiety. https://www.fabglassandmirror.com/skin/frontend/fabglass/default/images/salt_lamps/landing_page/top-main-categories/1x/decorative-himalayan-rock-salt-lamps.png
When it comes to buying Himalayan pink salt lamps, take into consideration the size of the room in which you wish to use your lamp. The coverage of a salt lamp is determined by the size of the salt crystal. For the average-sized bedroom, a smaller lamp is usually adequate, but if you’re looking to use it in a larger area like your living room, you want to go bigger. On average, to effectively cleanse the air of a space, you need one pound of salt rock for every 16 square feet (four feet by four feet) area. If needed, you can always use multiple salt lamps spread out in a single room. http://cdn8.bigcommerce.com/s-1y6xa6uzp4/images/stencil/1280x1280/i/group%20salt%20lamps%20lor__35126.original.jpg
Beauchamp was skeptical that a heated block of sodium chloride would produce ions (any amount of them, positive or negative ones, let alone “boundless amounts”) but not so skeptical that he didn’t want to hook up the most popular salt lamp available from Amazon.com to his lab’s quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer. This instrument, in essence, sucks in air from directly around the solid and analyzes the mass and charge of particles captured by the instrument. Here’s Beauchamp description of what he did in his own words: https://himalayansaltusa.com/image/data/Blog/2018/3%20salt%20lamps.jpg

Where do you purchase one that can be left on for long periods of time? I want to be sure if my fiance leaves the thing on overnight, we won’t burn the entire house down! My friend told me about the base of your salt lamp really matters. Wood doesn’t do so good, but having a steel base helps to absorb moisture and its safe to use for long periods of time. There’s so many brands out there manufacturing these, so be sure to look out for a steel base! https://theherbalmom.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Himalayan-Salt-Lamp.jpg
I think people should just try them for their selves and make up their own minds. I know a someone that has been a teacher for 30 plus years and she swears by them. She has used these salt lights in her class room for the past 5yrs and like she said it’s just her opinion but her class rooms have been a lot calmer since she’s been using them. SHE has even gone as dark as to have themy off for months just to see if they were truly working. Oh ya she is a elementary teacher.
Being the most pressing issue of fast moving life, anxiety and stress are managed in a variety of ways. Some people trust psychiatrists and prescribed medicines for treatment of anxiety and become dependent on sleeping pills and tranquillizers. Others opt for complimentary and alternate therapies for managing anxiety like meditation, yoga, acupuncture, Reiki, etc. But one of the method that is gaining momentous popularity , is “Halotherapy” or Salt Therapy. A more cheaper and sustainable practice for gaining full benefits of salt is use of salt lamps. http://personalitybuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/How-a-Himalayan-Salt-Lamp-Can-Improve-Your-Mood.jpg

This product is a customized 3-in-1 version that could be used as an essential oil diffuser, humidifier and salt lamp. When it used as aroma diffuser and humidifier. It is designed to humidify the air to make you feel relaxed in the dry environment, like an air-conditioned room in the winter. It could also be used as crystal salt lamps that add a beautiful warm glow to any environment and emit a stream of negative ions which can purify the air against allergens and pollutants. Negative ions are... https://cdn1.dailyhealthpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/15-himalayan-pink-salt-fb-e1502114385669.jpg
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 As discussed above, “boundless amounts” of negative ions would be a bit of a stretch, given the total and complete lack of any ions generated by our lamp. Ignoring that fact, however, brings us to the claim that positive ions make us feel bad and negative ions make us feel great. In terms of effects on mood, there is some research that suggests that negative ions can play a role in the treatment of seasonal affective disorder. A 1998 study in JAMA psychiatry found, for example, that: https://www.shopkro.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/SALT-LAMPS.jpg
After having this salt lamp for two months, the light bulb make a loud noise and sparked. I tried putting in a new bulb and it still wouldn't work. This ended up happening to three of the five salt lamps we purchased (I purchased five of these at once from this seller). I tried getting in contact with the seller and they never responded so now I'm stuck with 3 salt lamps that can't be used.
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That doesn’t mean the people who have experienced benefits are entirely wrong, though. Kogan told SheKnows it’s possible the lamp provides a placebo effect. Essentially, a person believes the salt lamps will help, there’s a psychological component to their issue, and thus the lamp does relieve some of their symptoms. “It’s more of a mind-body effort, really, because it’s not like there’s some kind of biochemical being released from the lamp,” she said. https://himalayansaltboutique.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-easycart-data/products/pics1/Four%20Large%20Fire%20Bowl%20Salt%20Lamps%20Pack_c2c46206f0c48ab68421d0e4f9835e44.jpg


I purchased this item from Amazon and a year or so later the dimmer switch stopped working. When I took it apart to inspect I found the transistor (which is severely undersized for this design) had overheated and burned up itself and the circuit board. I searched the part numbers online and discovered this is the *exact same* board that has been recalled by other manufacturers (i.e., Micheals). I do not understand why Amazon has not recalled their version of it yet. It is a fire waiting to happen. I would not recommend anyone using this product.
I got this as a gift for my daughter last year. Recently, she smelled an electrical smell coming from her bedroom and discovered that the dimmer switch on this lamp had melted. She is just lucky it did not start a fire. We saw a post on fb the other day that indicated that another company of salt lamps was having this problem. I also have one from this company too and am now afraid to leave it unattended. What is up with these dimmer switches? http://www.ipagepro.com/saltlampsetc/logos/SaltLamp_0444.jpg
The structure aspect is important, says Beauchamp. One way to get crystals to generate ions is to alter the shape of its crystal structure via temperature, something that can happen if a crystal structure is asymmetric. He points to a crystal called lithium tantalate, which changes its crystal structure when heated up in such a way as to create areas of high and low electrical potential when heated or cooled. This property allows it to generate an electric field that could, in theory, ionize the air around it. Sodium chloride’s chemical structure is a symmetrical cube that does not have the capability to generate high electric fields in the vicinity of a crystal. http://teastart.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/salt-lamps.jpg
I bought this to give for a Christmas gift. Let me tell you, not only was I impressed, but everyone at the party was impressed! Himalayan Salt Lamps are very trendy right now and for good reason. Many people believe in their healing powers using positive ions that the lamp emits. I'm not too sure that rocks have healing powers, but my sister in law swears by it.
Thanks to sites like this one,I bought 3 salt lamps. One that’s about a foot,and a half tall,with 2 smaller ones for: the master bedroom, living room,and home office. It’s been over 3 months now,and I feel they are keeping the air fresher/cleaner than my air purifier ever did. As for affecting our mood.I would say to some extent, yes due to the salt lamo’s warm glow. I always prefer,and use a dimmer for low light anyways. Trying to be “greener” by reducing emissions as much as possible. Drive a plugin car. At some point,I would love to install a battery wall, powered by solar.
In 1966, a hospital in Jerusalem conducted a study of thirty-eight infants suffering from respiratory problems. They cared for half of the infants in a ward without any ion change, and cared for the other half in a ward where a negative-ion generator was in use. “The researchers reported that neg-ions without any other treatment “ that is, no drugs “ seemed to cure attacks of asthma and bronchitis more quickly than drugs, antibiotics included… children treated with neg-ions were less prone to ‘rebound attacks’ (relapses)… the scientific report said that the tests ‘demonstrated that atmospheric ions have an effect on infants, especially those suffering from asthmatic bronchitis. Less scientifically, they found that the babies didn’t cry as often and as loudly as they did in normal air.” The Ion Effect, by Fred Soyka, p. 57, 1991. https://healthylivinginbodyandmind.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Pink-Salt-.jpg

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Beautiful and relaxing are the 2 main words I use to describe this Salt Lamp. It creates a very peaceful ambiance in the home and I find it to be therapeutic when I do my yoga. It is well made, and has a good weight to it. This salt lamp also has different sets of lighting to adjust from dim, medium and bright. It creates a beautiful atmosphere in any room and I love it. https://www.spiritualquest.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/himalayan-salt-lamps.jpg
Another way to improve the quality of air in your house is by frequently airing the place, so the air can circulate. In the winter months or when there are high levels of air pollution, it might be difficult to leave the windows open and sufficiently air all the rooms. That is when the salt lamps can be particularly useful and can help cleanse the air and remove the stubborn winter bugs. https://www.sun-gazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/32f23f233f232ff2323f32f3ff32.jpg
I bought this salt lamp to help my allergies. The lamp was heavier and bigger than I expected, which I liked. The shape is really pretty and different than the typical ones I see in the stores. The only con was the bulb was missing, but I emailed the company at the address in the brochure and they shipped a new bulb to me right away. Great customer service. https://chardmayores.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/cropped-18901603_10209952595073981_1530431220_o1.jpg

At any rate, we plugged the unit into an electrical outlet, dimmed the light to a very pleasing dim orange color and placed the lamp on a table. The lamp has been turned on 24/7 for a couple of weeks now. The dimmer is cold to the touch and we have experienced no issues whatsoever with the product. We are very pleased with the lamp, its appearance, and the nice pinking-orange dimmable warm glow it casts. http://thehealthflash.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/8-Reasons-Why-A-Himalayan-Salt-Lamp.jpg
Himalayan salt lamps are hand-carved crystals of pure Himalayan salt, with a bulb inside. This light bulb not only illuminates, but also heats the crystal when it is turned on. Thus, they release negative ions in the air, which reduce anxiety and create a peaceful environment for sleep. Since Himalayan salt is natural, these are the same negative ions that you can find in waterfalls, oceans and other natural resources on our planet. Just put a lamp that is the right size in your bedroom.
This brings me to my next point. Atoms and molecules are less reactive when their valence electrons are organized in pairs. If they have an odd number of valence electrons, or if they have a few that are not paired together then they are called “free radicals” (Wikipedia). This does not mean that free radicals are only cations (positive ions). They can be cations, anions, or neutral. For example, neutral sodium atoms have one unpaired electron which can participate in chemical reactions with other elements, and Methylene (CH2), has two unpaired electrons on the central carbon atom. Free radicals are also not all bad. Wikipedia also states that free radicals play a key role in biology where they help to regulate the body. Usually when people talk about harmful free radicals they are referring to oxidants which loosely speaking are molecules which take away electrons from cell membranes, proteins, and DNA (cancer-causing mutations) in the human body. This is probably where the idea of free radicals being positive ions comes from because they like to steal electrons. https://i.pinimg.com/736x/ee/c6/d0/eec6d07de13fc939969f42c3e738d306--himalayan-tulip.jpg
Beautiful and relaxing are the 2 main words I use to describe this Salt Lamp. It creates a very peaceful ambiance in the home and I find it to be therapeutic when I do my yoga. It is well made, and has a good weight to it. This salt lamp also has different sets of lighting to adjust from dim, medium and bright. It creates a beautiful atmosphere in any room and I love it.

For smaller rooms, or simply for added variety, consider adding some Himalayan Salt Lamp Candle Holders to your collection. Alternatively, this Samgreho Wall Plug Himalayan Salt Lamp makes another great portable salt lamp. On the opposite end of the scale, if you are looking to make a big statement (or you just really love salt lamps), then this absolutely giant Indus Classic Salt Lamp is for you – but only if you have very deep pockets!
You: "Salt is a thing I sprinkle on bland food to make it better." Internet: "Salt is therapeutic, the basis of an entire form of alternative medicine called halotherapy that's been around for millennia." The practice is said to treat everything from insomnia and anxiety to skin conditions, simple congestion, and cold symptoms, among other ailments. And you don't have to visit a salt cave spa in Spain to try it out. In fact, you could just buy a Himalayan salt lamp and set it jauntily on your side table like the conversation starter it definitely is, regardless of how well it actually works. Best case scenario, you start to sleep better! (We'll try basically anything for this outcome.) Worst case, you and your roomies find it to be a totally unique and delightfully kitschy decorative accent that also happens to provide a pinkish, glowing light.

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It is possible that the negative ions released by Himalayan salt lamps may protect against airborne germs. In addition to removing these contaminants from the air, the salt also allows the body to filter air more effectively in an attempt to block any foreign particles from making it into the lungs. This can prevent the advancement of coughing, sneezing, sore throats, and other minor symptoms of the common cold. 


Mined from a 250 million-year-old dried seabed, pink Himalayan salt is thought to have many beneficial health properties. This salt lamp gives off what might be called a primordial glow, one part sunset, one part molten lava, creating a light source that captivates all who are near it. Adjust the simple electronic dimmer to get the desired intensity of glow. A metal base is filled with Himalayan salt, and one 15 W incandescent light bulb (included). https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1546/3501/articles/blog-best-price-for-himalayan-salt-lamps-australia-b_880x.jpg?v
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