An Easy Introduction to Salt Therapy

It is no question that the pharmacy industry grows every day. Any symptom you are feeling can easily be treated with a pill or a daily dose of medicine. It’s very easy to get caught up in how easily problems we have with our bodies can go away. But taking pills or medicine sometimes is not the best option. With reoccurring illnesses or problems in the body, by taking the same drug one too many times, your body can build an immunity to it, requiring larger doses to have an effect. Natural treatments have been becoming popular once again because they can be done safely and effectively at home, and with fewer risks.

A well-known natural treatment is salt therapy. Salt therapy has been around as early as the twelfth century. This natural and non-invasive treatment involves inhaling microscopic salt particles, targeted at cleansing the respiratory system. The salt’s negatively charged ions (which can be found in places like the beach or waterfalls) are found to reduce the amount of mucus and inflammation in the lungs. This effect improves respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergies, bronchitis, sinus infections, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and many more. By liquefying the mucus and the inflammation going down, the airways become more cleared for the patient. It is also easier to cough and expel what is unwanted out of the lungs.

Salt therapy does more than just cleansing the respiratory system. According to one study published on PubMed, “It inhibits the growth of bacteria and, in some case, kills them. Phagocyte activity is also increased. It has beneficial effect on the well-being of the patients, and a relaxation effect on the central nervous system. It can prevent, or at least decrease the frequency of the respiratory tract inflammations. It produces better lung function parameters, diminishes bronchial hyperreactivity, which is the sign of decreasing inflammation.” By killing the growth of the bacteria, it’s much more difficult for it to spread and infect the body. Due to this, you will find yourself getting fewer colds and infections because of how strong your body has become. Overall, these additional bonuses of salt therapy will only continue improving your quality of life.

Since salt therapy is drug-free, it makes it a wonderful option for children, especially fussy ones. They won’t even notice the salt particles they’re breathing in because they’re so minuscule, making it extremely easy to have them do this treatment. There have also been studies taken on children with asthma and the effects of salt therapy on them. PubMed concluded that “The treatment group showed a statistical improvement in most parameters of quality of life questionnaires.” and “Our pilot study suggests that salt room with halo generator, may have some beneficial effects in mild asthmatic children.” More and more studies show the positive influence and improved quality of life salt therapy had on the patients. Beside recent studies, salt therapy has been used for centuries as folk medicine. Europe has many salt sanatoriums, the treatments being covered by the health ministry in some of the European countries.

Salt therapy can do a lot for you and can also be used easily at home. This treatment isn’t limited to only those who are affected by a respiratory illness. It can help you from preventing many different illnesses before they affect you by strengthening your immunity. It’s safe, it’s affordable, and it doesn’t come with any potential side effects like most prescription drugs do. Go natural and try salt therapy today!

What Is Travel? Why Travel?

We travel, some of us forever, to seek other places, other lives, other souls.” – Anais Nin

Travel, travel, travel… what is travel? Why travel?

A way of life, a state of mind, an identity or even a philosophy. A school of life that never stops to surprise you. The pursuit of rest, sun, comfort and adventure makes you to start a trip. A desire to explore, a change in scenery, meet new people and even share ideas. It is often an opportunity to dare new things.

Everyone travels, but the concept is unique and specific to everyone. Travelling is the level to be surprised. It’s an adventure, the happiness to enjoy oneself, give a meaning to one’s life, go beyond your comfort zone and boosts your confidence, have a lively experience.

Hilarious escape

Travelling is to be free. We all need to discover ourselves and be ourselves. It is just going somewhere, whether familiar or new. It does not matter where you are going as long as you enjoy your destination, you are open to learning the places you visit and you discover yourself in the process.

This discovery takes time as it prompts an open-mindedness, it is a process that needs to be nurtured. A better life expression; a journey full of learning at its worst and achievement at its best. Being curious will lead you to something amazing and it encompasses a wide level of experiences.

Beautiful encounters broadening one’s horizons

“One’s destination is never a place, but always a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller

When we travel, we make beautiful and unexpected encounters. Some spend time with people they will never really know nevertheless they are connected sometimes for a moment, intense feeling and sometimes in inexpressible situations. These people give you a brief look outside your country and helps you in engaging new and refreshing perspective.

We learn the simplest pleasures of life, we enjoy and savour little moments. Travelling is purely taking your time to relax, take a break from the routine. We explore different cultures and various modes of life, its worth to be noted that it is a passionate and refined exchange. A personal enrichment, we have a cultural improvement in terms of language, music and food.

Patience, tolerance, self-confidence

We discover new skills. With different encounters, other cultures: sharing and exchanges, modes of life, we realize that even if we live in the four corners of the globe, we are not so different. Ultimately, we realize that everyone is the same. It helps to develop patience and focus on ourselves. It is a propitious moment to think and learn about your limits, your fears, your desires and learn how to confront them, lead and achieve what you want. Adopt a Zen attitude.

Whatever the journey and wherever we travel, we benefit greatly, the best memory remains etched forever. Travel because you can and you want to and as it beats the monotony of staying at home

Castor Oil and Its Benefits

There are many benefits of using castor oil. This oil is obtained from the seeds of a plant mostly grows throughout the tropical regions such as eastern Africa and India. These seeds are very poisonous if you take them orally. Castor oil is rich in triglycerides and many acids, large percentage of ricinoleic acid.

It is a pale yellow liquid having no odor or flavor. But according to some observations, it is said that it has a bad taste and very strong obnoxious odor. The main component of this oil is ricinoleic acid, which has anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties.

Essential fatty acids present in this oil are linioleic acid and oleic acid. Oleic contains unsaturated, omega 9, fatty acid and linoleic is an, omega 6, fatty acid.

It is effective in rheumatism, multiple sclerosis and arthritis. It is also effective in ringworms, sunburns, abrasions, acne, dry feet, stretch marks, spots and many more. In the present time it is also used for hair loss and dry itching scalp.

It has a natural emollient property. It quickly penetrates the skin or scalp. It is also effective in stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, and provides soft and moist skin.

By the use of organic castor oil skin becomes soft, smooth and well nourished. It is also beneficial in delaying wrinkle so it is used in many wrinkles preventing creams. This oil is found in many homemade and commercial skin care products.

Another use of castor oil is in shampoos. It is the ingredient of many homemade and commercial shampoo.

In moderation castor oil should not be used because in this condition it can have side effects. If you take this oil orally it can cause diarrhea, nausea, vomiting or abdominal cramps. It should not be taken more than one-half to one spoon which is its recommended dose.

Man and women both are suffering from this common problem called obesity. A fat body is the invitation to the number of disease such as high blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes and heart disorders. Overweight can slow down the movement of the body. These diseases are directly or indirectly related to the overweight.

One of the major problems with the ladies is stiff joints. If you rub castor oil gently on the joint it really helps in loosening them up. The best quality of castor oil is that it absorbs very quickly and easily.

Many people are suffering from hair loss now a days due to insufficient diet, environment and lifestyle factor. Baldness is common in men. And mostly males above than the age of thirty are suffering from baldness and hair loss. Castor oil is helpful for them too. If the castor oil is regularly used it can provide you the desired results. It works by moistening the scalp and prevent dryness. It causes the gray hair becomes black and the problem of baldness and hair fall is solved in a very easy way. In this way you can naturally save your hair and skin naturally and can avoid expensive treatments.