Himalayan Salt Lamp

“Believe you can & your half way there” – T. Roosevelt

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Back during the war, it was found that natural Himalayan sea salt was extremely beneficial to the human body.  With the 84 essential minerals provided in this crystal needed in our bodies, these pink salty rocks hold scientifically proven facts that they are beneficial to our health. With the rise of technology use, there is an extreme increase in positive ions in the air. Himalayan Salt lamps actually set off negative ions which create a balance & neutralization therefore purifying the air in which we breath allowing us to feel much more positive and calm; similar to how we feel when at the beach. Aside from purifying the air, Himalayan Sea Salt has many more benefits like:

  • Reducing blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Helps with headaches, allergies, and insomnia
  • Balances Ph levels
  • Promotes Sinus health
  • Reduces signs of aging
  • Helps with digestion
  • Promotes bone strength
  • Regulates blood pressure
  • Great source of magnesium
  • Cleanses the air
  • Increases energy level
  • Improves mood & concentration

With all of these awesome benefits, how could you resist investing in a Himalayan Salt lamp. I hope this give you a bit more insight on how awesome these lamps are.


Photo Credit: Twelve and six

Making a Himalayan Salt lamp is quite simple, here’s a few things you will need

  • A bag of Himalayan Sea salt. (be sure they are pure crystals)
  • Light bulb with cord
  • Metal wire basket


In metal wire basket place one layer of rocks (so bulb does not touch floor). Add the light bulb on first layer of rocks then apply other rocks surrounding blight bulb. It’s that simple 🙂

Happy Cleansing

The Dreamrr♥

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