Medical Opinion

As well as being certified as a Class I Medical Device, Salitair is also endorsed by many medical professionals and proven by clinical studies…

Dr SchweitzerAs a physician specialising in natural approaches to healing and the enhancement of wellness, I am struck with the sheer genius of the concept…Salt inhalation therapy is used in Germany, Austria, the Dead Sea and many other Central and Eastern European countries – this is a traditional therapy that has withstood the test of time, and based on some of the clinical studies I’ve seen should be employed more often for healthier pulmonary function…it was a pleasure to use…and I shall definitely be adding it to my armamentarium of natural therapies.”

Dr Marvin P Schweitzer – Clinical Director, Wellness


I am delighted…I noticed an improvement instantly, there is no question that your innovative drug free product delivers exactly what it claims.  For me it almost completely eliminates the residual congestion that did not respond to steroids or Ventalin. Despite being under an expert consultant and complying rigidly to all listed instructions I have never been able to enjoy a cough free day or night.  Now I sleep better and experience a vastly improved lung capacity during all activities as long as I use the pipe for 10 minutes in the morning and 5 minutes in the afternoon.”

Dr S.L. Wildman-Chard


Published studies about Speleotherapy and Halotherapy

A.V. Chervinskaya, (2006), ‘Effect of dry sodium aerosol on the respiratory tract of tobacco smokers’ , E-posters in free access, Session 43

“Dry sodium chloride aerosol relieves the main symptoms (cough and sputum), improves local defense mechanisms and resistance of mucous membranes of tobacco smokers…”


A.V. Chervinskaya, (), ‘Halotherapy of Respiratory Diseases’, Clinical Research Respiratory Center Saint-Petersburg

“The development of method, principles and advantages of halotherapy.” Encapsulating the benefits of halotherapy within a portable haloinhalator.


A.V. Chervinskaya and N.A. Zilber, (Saint-Petersburg Pavlov National Medical University, Russia) , (1995), ‘Halotherapy for Treatment of Respiratory Diseases ‘, Journal of Aerosol Medicine, Volume 8, Number 3, 1995, Mary Ann Licbert, Inc

“Speleotherapy has been recognized as a highly effective drug-free treatment method. Great experience in the treatment of patients with various forms of chronic nonspecific pulmonary diseases.”