Salt Cave in Flowing Wells

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6761 E Tanque Verde Rd.
Tucson,
AZ
US

During a session in bWell salt therapy's Salt bed, clients lie back, relax, and breathe in microparticles of pharmaceutical-grade sodium chloride. These teeny flavor flakes are thought to act as an anti-inflammatory and promote recovery from colds and cooties, in addition to having a beneficial effect on the lungs and skin. Salt bed's can also help to reduce symptoms from allergies, asthma, and eczema.

6761 East Tanque Verde Road
Tucson,
AZ
US

Years ago, miners in Eastern Europe first discovered the therapeutic benefits of salt: Hours of exposure in salt mines was said to alleviate such respiratory ailments as asthma, bronchitis, and more. Salt Chalet Arizona imitates the salt mines of Eastern Europe. Inside the facility?s two treatment rooms, layers of salt extracted from the Dead Sea coat the surfaces from floor to ceiling. Amid calming light and ambient music, visitors lounge back in comfy chairs and breathe in the salt, which has healing ions that can help clear out breathing passages and reduce inflammation in the lungs. With respect to respiratory ailments, the relaxing salt treatments provide a noninvasive alternative to drugs, undergoing surgery, or bottling and inhaling the breath of a healthy friend.

5011 N Granite Reef Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US