Equal parts understated accent and eye-popping centerpiece, this bold table lamp lends an unexpected touch to any display. Featuring a striking Himalayan crystal salt orb perched on a simple brown base, this luminary lends a touch of eclectic appeal to your look. Set it on a stack of hardcover novels on your living room chest to add an abstract twist to your stately aesthetic, then add in a clean-lined ceramic vase to finish off the look in low-key fashion. Looking for the perfect ambience in...


The other claim, discussed in more detail below, has to do with a study published on the effects of ionization in neural structures and blood flow in laboratory rats. In a similar issue of blindly comparing different scales, these rats (which are both not human and much smaller than humans) were directly fed negatively ionized air at high concentrations that would be inconceivable for a block of salt to produce, even if it did produce some small amount of ions.
 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:
We at Zenith International are mining finest quality pink rock salt in Makraj, Salt Range area in Pakistan from our own leased mine. Marketed in Pakistan as ‘Zenith Salt’ for multiple purposes including human consumption and industrial use. Our registered firm is into research on health benefits of salt including use in Protein crystallisation. It has long been used as an antiseptic, saline solution 0.9% NaCL is used for I.V infusions.
The strongest evidence supporting any benefit of negative ions is as an antibacterial agent. A 1979 study in the journal Nature showed that high levels of negative oxygen ions could kill bacteria. Ionizers could also reduce the prevalence of surface and airborne bacteria in refrigerators, according to a 2009 study. However, that research applied only to sanitizing food or work surfaces, and did not make any claims about health benefits.
However, there is no evidence that these lamps produce meaningful amounts of negatively charged particles, or ions, or that they reduce pollutants in the air. To assess the health claims, scientists need to answer three basic questions: Does Himalayan salt contain any special ingredients that could somehow positively affect health? Do negative ions benefit health? And if they do benefit health, do these lamps produce them in any quantity? Malin said. On all three counts, there is little-to-no evidence supporting the claims, he said.
Please note: Each Natural Himalayan Salt Lamp is unique and as such, each lamp's color, size and shape will vary. Natural Himalayan Salt Lamps weigh anywhere from 7 to 11 lbs. These salt lamps can “sweat” in very high humidity environments, and are made with North American plugs which use 110v power. If you live in Europe or elsewhere outside the U.S., you will need to obtain an adapter.
The most talked about Himalayan salt lamp benefits is to do with personal health. Being natural and absolutely no chemical and helps the bodies condition. Mixing Himalayan Salt crystal with water is known as Sole’ which had been known in the olden days at the life’s soup. The reaction combining the salt and water is called brine. This aids in balancing the positive and negative ions of the water. This combination hydrolizes the molecules in the brine therefore makes a noticeable vibration in the body. This solution when taken is specially effective when a person is sick. Taking one teaspoon of the solution (250ml water) on an empty stomach each morning is advisable. This solutions helps in detoxifying the body of impurities. This solution is also great as the mineral content is easily absorbed in the skin.
I used this lamp as instructed, leaving on a few hours per day. Today I came home after the lamp had been completely off and it had turned on on its own (despite switch still being turned to off) and the lamp was leaking liquid onto the table. The dimmer switch was very hot to the touch. The lamp could not be turned off without unplugging it. I only had this lamp a couple of weeks.

As mentioned earlier, there are many different types of salt lamps that range in color to style. Among the most common are lamps created by inserting a light source directly into a salt crystal or a basket of crystals with a light source underneath. In these cases, the differences are for the most part purely aesthetic, and your choice comes down to finding the right solution for your tastes and complementing the environment in your home.
We at originsalt have so many satisfied customers who say that this lamp has changed their life, so we definitely believe that there is more than what we know behind them. Every day people write on our wall how the Himalayan Salt Lamp has helped them for their allergy, asthma, sinus problems, sleep problems and so on. Even if you think that this lamp is not working, it is still a better solution than an ordinary lamp. The light from a real Himalayan Salt Lamp is really calming and relaxing and you can adjust the light, which is also great. So my suggestion for you would be to test and see by yourself, may be this is what you need.
 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:
So yes, they’re beautiful, and you’re totally welcome to get one for that purpose. It’s just unlikely to provide any measurable medical benefits. But if you want one to add to your meditation routine or because it fits with your decor, go for it. “It’s a nice new-age prop to have,” Kogan says. “But also we have to be smart and not fall prey to marketing claims.”
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