The word Halo is Greek for salt, hence the designations HaloGenerator and Halo Therapy. The halo, or salt, used in a HaloGenerator should always be pharmaceutical grade salt. You want to make sure the salt is free from any impurities or minerals. You want 100% NaCl (sodium chloride) for use in your HaloGenerator as this is the only salt that will dissolve 100% in water. If you use other types of salt, including our favorite Himalayan salt, you run the risk that these impurities and minerals can become trapped in your respiratory system and cause complications.
Although HaloGenerators are a very precise device, they are actually very easy to use. You simply pour some pharmaceutical grade salt into your HaloGenerator, turn it on and breathe. The HaloGenerator does everything else.
We recommend using a dedicated room or sealed container for your Halo Therapy. The dry salt mist put out by a HaloGenerator is not reserved just for your breathing passages. It disperses over an area of at least 100 square feet. Over time, these microscopic salt particles will cling to each other and form salt deposits. Not only are they unsightly, but they present a cleaning challenge.
Spiritual Quest offers three sizes of Halo Generators. The Power HaloGenerator (portable) weighs under 20 pounds and has a salt mist coverage area of 150 square feet. This is the same unit we use in our Salt Cabins.
The Power Plus HaloGenerator (portable) weighs just 22 pounds and has a salt mist coverage area of approximately 320 square feet–more than double the Power HaloGenerator.
The Iris HaloGenerator (wall-mounted) also weighs just 22 pounds but is almost two feet tall by a foot wide and a foot deep. It has a salt mist coverage of 580 square feet.