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Sunday, 4 August 2013

Make a Salt Inhaler for Asthma Himalayan Salt

If you are struggling financially this is a great idea on how to make a Salt Inhaler for Asthma.

I have a friend who recommends this Salt Inhaler as she has many friends that have used it and have never felt better. They have stopped using prescribed medication and their asthma has improved. Even her Grandchild used to be really poorly on prescribed med's but this helped him. I tried to find this inhaler and could only find a nasal one.

What sets your Asthma off? We have a pet bunny rabbit who is so cute, but sadly when my daughter pats her she can end up with itchy eyes and gets wheezy. That is why she always washes her hands after making a fuss of our little Cindy Woo. Here is Cindy Woo getting up to no good as usual.

Cindy Woo in the shower.

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