Positive ions are created by electronic devices and have been dubbed ‘electronic smog’ or ‘electronic air pollution’. As we all know, we are increasingly surrounded by all sorts of computers, large screen TVs, telephones, microwaves and other appliances we now deem necessary for our survival and entertainment (although only a decade ago we did perfectly well without most of these). https://www.yoursaltlamps.com/prodimages/himalayan%20salt%20lamp%20egg.jpg
Hi Alex, Himalayan salt lamp is a type of rock salt lamp – they are made from salt crystals from the Himalayan mountain regions and come in variety of shades such as white or orange/pink. There are other rock salt lamps that come from a number of other locations throughout the world (although some claim that the finest quality comes from the Himalaya). https://thumbs.dreamstime.com/b/salt-lamps-tile-natural-famous-all-over-world-their-unique-beautiful-light-emit-colorful-apricot-yellow-orange-83749701.jpg
How it works Himalayan Salt Lamps also release negative ions and counteract positive ions. This happens when the heat from the light bulb evaporates the water molecules. Salt lamps do not release a ton of negative ions, but enough that you will be able to feel the positive effects. Putting more than one lamp in a bigger space can increase the benefits.
This unique salt lamp is made from natural Himalayan salt crystals hand mined in the Himalayan mountains. Once lit the lamp will emit a calming amber color. Heating the salt with the included bulb releases negative ions into the air, creating an effect similar to an ionizer, purifying the surrounding air. Due to the natural variation in Himalayan crystal salt, weight, size, color and shape may vary. UL Approved cord and lamp.
Negative ions bind to positive ions in the environment, neutralizing them before they have a chance to get into our bodies and wreak havoc. Studies have shown negative ions to help increase serotonin and oxygen levels in the brain, which can decrease drowsiness, alleviate stress, and boost energy. In fact, some studies suggest they’re as effective as antidepressants for people experiencing chronic depression or seasonal affective disorder. https://img.grouponcdn.com/deal/41NTtGeN2czMrD5Ay9iBzRZNnv5v/41-2048x1229/v1/c700x420.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
All matter (the human body, air, water, etc) is made up of molecules which are made up of atoms which are made up of three types of particles: protons (positive charge), electrons (negative charge), and neutrons (no charge). Electrons orbit their molecules like planets revolve around a star. Occasionally an electron flies off and when it does, it leaves behind a positively-charged ion whose sole purpose in life becomes to fill the void left by its little lost electron. In other words: it wants to steal a replacement electron from another molecule. Due to differences in molecular structure (number of electrons in the outermost orbit, strength and structure of electron bonds, etc) some materials lose electrons much more easily than others. https://powerorganics.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Mineral-Mountain-Salt-Lamp-medium-300x548.jpg
It had started as a coping mechanism to keep my mind off of my worries — a stabbing here, a throat-slit there — but it quickly spun out of control. First it was an ugly wanted man, then a good-looking catcaller, next, a creep on the bus, then a guy who yelled at my dog, eventually some lady didn’t hold the door for me at Yogurtland. Then I woke up one day and realized I was just murdering – without cause. It got to the point that I lost count of the bodies, sometimes burying one right on top of the other while the grave was still fresh – this is the kind of thing people with anxiety go through. People would say, “Snap out of it!” or “Why can’t you just stop?” or “Fucking shit oh shit you stabbed my neck oh fucking shit shit shit” – it’s this kind of stigma that keeps people with mental illnesses from seeking treatment. https://3utkj32z22c5182hg334ib6l-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/lamp71-300x300.jpg
And I’m a sucker for lighting. I own various smart LED lights, an artificial dawn simulator, multi color LED strips, special bulbs which are all great to adjust the hue to a certain time of the day (orange hugging bed time), blue-ish when it’s hot weather, another hue during movie time.) but still, none of these lights emits the soothing glow my HPS lamp does. http://www.natural-salt-lamps.com/wp-content/uploads/rocksalt-candleholders.jpg

Himalayan Glow 11" Salt Lamp is made of natural salt crystal from the Himalayan mountains. Each lamp is individually handcrafted and unique sits on a beautiful neem wood base. Comes with 25-Watt light bulb, the unique patented dimmer switch (fire resistant) 6' electric cord. Every component made according to UL standards including salt rock by itself. Complete lamp ETL certified. https://himalayansaltboutique.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Salt-Lamps-and-Candle-Holders.jpg


Last, but not least: Himalayan pink salt lamps are environmentally friendly. While only an estimate, the reserves from which HPS is mined measure somewhere between 80 and 600 million tons and is projected to last for at least another 350 years at the current extraction rate. The base of an HPS lamp is generally carved from a sustainable wood such as neem. Some lamps use a low-wattage bulb which consumes very little energy while others are powered by a lit candle. https://cdn.thewhoot.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Himalayan-Salt-Lamp-Diffusing-with-Essential-Oils-550x366.jpg
This unique salt lamp is made from natural Himalayan salt crystals hand mined in the Himalayan mountains. Once lit the lamp will emit a calming amber color. Heating the salt with the included bulb releases negative ions into the air, creating an effect similar to an ionizer, purifying the surrounding air. Due to the natural variation in Himalayan crystal salt, weight, size, color and shape may vary. UL Approved cord and lamp.

It’s true! They’re called salt lamps or salt rock lamps, and yes, they’re actually made from pink Himalayan salt and are able to light your surroundings — but they’re really not bought for their moderate lighting abilities. There are major claims that a Himalayan salt lamp does much more than provide you with a pretty glow. Himalayan salt lamp benefits supposedly include decreasing air pollution, negative ions and electrosmog caused by electronic devices in addition to symptom reduction for people suffering from from asthma, allergies and other illnesses. https://www.cpsc.gov/s3fs-public/Carnival%20of%20Lights.jpg


While not a “health benefit” at first glance, static is pesky stuff. It causes stress, embarrassment, and frustration. Static zaps you when you least expect it, as you’re reaching for a door handle, kissing your husband or wife before bed, or trying to pet your dog or cat. Static can give you a bad hair day, make it impossible to clean crumbs or coffee grounds off of the kitchen counter, and even cause you to accidentally go to work with a sock stuck to the back of your shirt… https://image.slidesharecdn.com/7tipstoidentifyfakehimalayansaltlamps-161213103834/95/7-tips-to-identify-fake-himalayan-salt-lamps-3-638.jpg?cb
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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