Did you know that sea salt, that we here at the Dorset sea salt company supply can be used for so much more than a delicious addition to your scrumptious food!

Oh yes our particular sea salt is really good for those that practice Halotherapy.

Halo what? I hear you all say! Well halotherapy of course or salt therapy for those of you who want more information.

The scientific name for salt therapy is halotherapy.

Salt has many health benefits including treating asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory illnesses.

One way to breathe in salt is to head to the sea shore and breathe in the salt air, which believe me doesn’t get much better than down here in Dorset.

Of course, this is not practical for individuals who live far away from the sea.
These individuals can create a steam with sea salt to practice halotherapy at home.
Step 1..Pour your water in a pot and bring it to a boil.
Step 2..Add our finest Dorset sea salt and stir until combined.
Step 3..Remove the pot from stove and set it on a pot holder on your kitchen table.
Step 4..Lean your face over the pot. Your face should be 12 inches away. Any closer and you could get burned by the steam.
Step 5..Cover your head with a towel to form a tent. This will trap the steam so that you can breathe it in.
Step 6..Breathe normally. Once each minute take a deep breath in and let it out. Do this for a total of 5 to 10 minutes.
Step 7..Repeat once a day or more often if symptoms persist.

So there you have it top tip from the Dorset sea salt company on how you can use our wonderful Dorset sea salt even when you’re not here with us, to help you breathe more easily.
Of course we would advise that all users of Dorset sea salt consult a trained physician before starting any course of treatment for any condition before taking part but if you are already using halotherapy to help with any breathing condition then using our freshly harvested sea salt from the beautiful Jurassic Dorset Coast is a no brainer.

Contact us today and start your taste adventure with the help of the Dorset sea salt company.