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The Coronavirus and Salt Therapy

covid - 19 Pandemic

Saltscapes & Spa encourages all staff members and customers to learn all the facts in regards to Coronavirus (COVID-19). There is a lot of misinformation and disinformation in regards to health, diseases, and vaccines, especially in the age of the internet to mislead and deceive people especially with COVID-19.   Please be careful there is a lot of information, news, commentaries, and opinions regarding COVID-19, however there are reliable resources.  Saltscapes & Spa want to be an educated resource in the community for understanding and delivering the facts, and not the misconceptions and myths of this virus.  We encourage you to stay informed, this is a lung and respiratory health issue facing our world globally. 

Currently, there has been no studies produced to show that halotherapy will prevent or relieve the symptoms of the coronavirus. However, halotherapy is safe given the current evidence that supports relieving symptoms of lower and upper respiratory conditions.  We recommend that customers consult a physician or licensed health professional.  

In regards to preventative respiratory hygiene, there are no long-term studies that provide evidence that halotherapy can be used as a preventative measure for the coronavirus (COVID-19), it is broadly known that dry salt therapy has antibacterial properties that could be beneficial, also we recommend to review the prevention guidelines outlined by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers of Disease Control (CDC)

Saltscapes & Spa understands that many consumers and customers may be inquiring about coronavirus and how halotherapy aka salt therapy may be utilized, so please be informed with the following information:


Please click on the below links and read this information not only for yourself and your loved ones, but also for the community and as a professional in the salt therapy industry. 

Here are Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization:


Disclaimer: While there are many clinical and scientific studies conducted on dry salt therapy (halotherapy) throughout the world, the FDA has not evaluated the statements made throughout this website. Dry salt therapy is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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