6 Reasons Alaska Needs A Salt Cave
Salt caves are all the rage right now in metropolitan cities such as Los Angeles and New York. It has become a trending fad that many people have raved about, from asthma sufferers to the parents of children with ADHD. Salt inhalation, also known as Halotherapy or Spelotherapy has been a popular treatment in Eastern Europe for hundreds of years, even being recommended by doctors for the vast array of healing properties it imbues. Modern salt caves have taken this idea one step further by flying in several metric tonnes of Himalayan Crystal Salt, sourced from deep in the mountain ranges of Pakistan. This pink salt is known to have immense healing properties, thus propelling this therapy to new levels of healing heights.
Recently, the vast and stunningly beautiful state of Alaska opened it’s very first salt cave, run by an enterprising women name Char Boehm. At Glacier Salt Cave and Spa in Juneau, Alaskan residents can relax and refresh while healing all that ails them. Alaska is America’s largest state with over 700,00 people spread out over 1.7 million square kilometers. While it may not seem the first place you would think of to jump