The Cisca Saltpipe helps alleviate the sneezing, irritated throat, shortness of breath and stuffiness associated with hayfever.
Estimated to affect 1 in 5 people, hayfever can be a serious problem for golfers, keeping them off the course when the weather is at its best.
The Saltpipe's history can be traced back to the 1840s when Polish physician Dr. Bochkowsky noticed that salt miners didn't suffer from breathing issues or respiratory diseases. In his unique book he stated that respiratory diseases could be cured or treated naturally. This practice, called 'Speleotherapy', was used as the primary inspiration for the Cisca Saltpipe, a portable and easy to use device developed by scientists in Hungary.
This dry salt inhaler contains Halite salt crystals formed around 20 million years ago in Hungarian and Transylvanian salt caves. After initially being developed to aid breathing and respiratory disorders, it was later discovered that the Cisca Saltpipe can also improve hayfever symptoms. After just 15 minutes of use per day, users have found a dramatic improvement in their symptoms.
Air is drawn through the salt pipe and is purified as it's drawn over the natural salt crystals. This gives the user a sensation similar to taking a deep breath of fresh sea air or visiting salt caves. It works by drawing excess fluid from the sinuses and cell lining, cleansing the nasal passages and opening the airways to relieve the main cause of congestion and irritation. The salt has a thinning effect on mucus, helping you to clear it naturally and allow the user to breathe more easily.
Unlike other similar salt pipes, the original and patented Cisca Saltpipe requires no refills. This also allows the salt pipe to be manufactured in one solid piece of ceramic which makes breathing through the device a breeze. The Cisca Saltpipe is also the only one to feature both a safety valve and CE medical registration.
For more information please visit www.thesaltpipe.co.uk