The brine graduation tower is a type of natural inhaler made of wood and blackthorn branches on which brine flows.
The brine breaks down into micro droplets and under the influence of the sun it undergoes intensive evaporation. The brine mist produced in this way is dispersed around the graduation tower in the form of an aerosol, creating a specific microclimate. Staying near the graduation towers has a positive effect on many diseases of the respiratory system (sinusitis, emphysema), allergies or hypertension, and builds immunity. Breathing for an hour with air saturated with saline aerosol makes the dose of iodine equal to the dose taken during three days of sunbathing.
The salt cave gives you the opportunity to take advantage of the beneficial properties of salt by recreating the microclimate of natural underground caves such as Wieliczka or Bochnia. The walls and ceiling of the salt cave inhalation and relaxation room are made of various sizes of salt lumps (halite) in a beautiful amber or white-gray color. There is an excellent humidity of 40-50% and a suitable temperature of 17-19 degrees Celsius.
Inside the salt cave, elements such as iodine, magnesium and potassium are released, enriching the air we breathe.
Staying in a salt cave gives similar effects to a bath in medicinal salt or inhalation with a sea salt solution. This has a beneficial effect on the respiratory system, nervous system and cardiovascular system. Staying in a salt cave lowers blood pressure, relaxes and alleviates respiratory ailments. It also strengthens the immune system. A stay in a salt cave has a positive effect on digestive system diseases such as gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer , gastritis and colitis, and skin ailments such as psoriasis , acne, eczema and dermatitis. A beneficial effect of staying in a salt cave has been observed on people who are overweight , prone to allergies , suffering from hypothyroidism , tired, stressed and with a deficiency of micronutrients. Clean air in the salt cave air saturated with microelements has a beneficial effect on the upper respiratory tract and soothes discomfort on their part. A stay in the salt cave is also recommended for children living in large agglomerations who react badly to the polluted air they are forced to breathe.
The salt cave is also a good place for stressed and neurotic people, because the micronutrients and trace elements present there have a positive effect on the nervous system, reducing stress and nervous tension.