Most people don’t think about their sense of smell until they are presented with a flower or a new bottle of perfume. While our sense of smell may not seem very important, it’s what attracts us to others, allows us to wake up during a fire, and prevents us from eating spoiled food. Unfortunately, our sense of smell is often underappreciated until we lose it.
Himalayan salt is the purest salt available because it has absolutely no chemicals, toxins, or pollutants. It contains the same 84 natural minerals in the human body, all which can easily be absorbed by cells because of their tiny size.
A common condition which occurs when patients experience inflammation in the nose and paranasal sinuses for at least 12 weeks is known as chronic rhinosinusitis.
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