Special inhaler features
Made by medical grade plastic
Hygienic mouthpiece cap
One-way silicone valve
Patented nasal adaptor for upper respiratory tract
Active ingredient lasts 1 year
Efficient lower and upper respiratory tract therapy and protection
Small and ergonomic design
Laboratory tested salt crystals
The Dry salt Inhaler is light and ergonomically shaped and can be comfortably held in one hand. Insert the pipe into your mouth and inhale through your mouth. You do not need to inhale more deeply than during normal breathing. Always exhale through the nose, as this ensures that the complete respiratory tract is thoroughly cleansed. The one way airflow safety valve in the saltpipe will prevent you from breathing out back into the pipe. You may experience increased expectoration after use of the pipe, which shows that the saltpipe and the salt therapy work and the cleansing of your respiratory tract has begun. The pipe should be used for 15 - 20 minutes daily, either all at once or in shorter sessions throughout the day.
The Dry-Salt-Inhaler is a clinically tested, drug-free and non-invasive device in accordance to Directive 93/42CEE Annex VII with great results in asthma home treatment, COPD, bronchitis, sinusitis etc.
Directions of use
For use by adults and children over the age of 5. Use the inhaler in one continuous session for either 15-20 minutes, or divide the use into three sessions lasting 7-10 minutes each.
Device Material: Bio-compatible, medical grade plastic.
Contents:: 20±3gr natural unprocessed rock salt crystals from Romania's famous Transylvanian Praid salt mine.
Chemical components: Sodium Chloride, Magnesium, Calcium and other minerals in their natural form.
Maintenance: Periodically you will need to check for visible obstructions in the bottom air holes. To remove obstructions, you may have to dislodge clogged particles with a fine needle to allow air to pass through opening. Clean the exterior of the device with a damp clean soft cloth. ONLY the nasal adaptor can be washed. Dry the adaptor before use.
Pharmacological properties of the salt: Mucolytic, mucokinetic and expectorant, antibacterial, antimycotic, antiallergic and antiphlogistic.
- Do not allow saliva or other liquids to pass through the device.
- Keep the inhaler in a dry place at room temperature.
- This product can be used in conjunction with any medically prescribed therapy.
- Do not shake or drop the inhaler! This could cause the salt crystals to break apart.
- It is important that the salt crystals remain inside the device to avoid any transitory irritation to nasal passages.
- Shared use is not recommended.
How it works
Remove inhaler mouthpiece cap
ORAL INHALATION (lower respiratory tract)
Inhale from the device with normal intensity.
After inhalation, remove the inhaler, close your mouth and exhale through the nose.
Nasal exhalation is required in order to sustain the therapeutic effect of the salt.
NASAL INHALATION (upper respiratory tract)
Attach the nasal adaptor on the inhaler.
Gently insert the nosepiece into one nostril and block the other with your finger.
After nasal inhalation, remove the inhaler and exhale through your mouth or the other previously blocked nostril.