Factually, salt has been used for centuries as a treatment for people with respiratory and skin conditions. First, for any and all diseases in the respiratory system during remission, not in an acute state. When salt enters the upper respiratory tract, it has an antiseptic effect, that is, it kills bacteria, fungi, viruses
When salt enters the upper respiratory tract, it has an antiseptic effect, that is, it kills bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Secondly, it stimulates, and draws water on itself, due to somatic pressure, dilutes sputum, and more importantly, it stimulates the cilia of the epithelium, and thus the contents of the respiratory tract are evacuated. This is great for bronchial asthma and has been used specifically in salt therapies for both children and adult patients.
Salt therapy has practically no contraindications and is recommended even for pregnant women!
It’s been used to help fight frequent colds, extended post-cold recovery in the protracted stage, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease of smokers, occupational lung disease, pneumonia in a recovery period, allergic rhinitis, vasomotor rhinitis, skin diseases such as pyoderma, acne, streptoderma, psoriasis