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    NETI INHALER Sinus & Lung Relief. HIMALAYAN SALT AIR! Respiratory Wellness. Clearing, Healing Ions Aromatherapy. Handy Portable. Healing Botanicals Colds Asthma Cough Ion therapy 100% Natural
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    Urban ReLeaf LLC


    List Price: $10.95
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    • Provides relief when you breathe pure HIMALAYAN SALT AIR & Essential Oils!. 100% natural
    • Simply inhale deeply through your nose or mouth. A natural expectorant. It is normal for some coughing to occur as the salt air breaks up mucus. Many people want a drug-free alternative for their respiratory problems. Known for many decades as a natural treatment in Asia and Europe.
    • NETI INHALER Sinus & Lung Relief. Respiratory Wellness. Clearing, Healing Aromatherapy & Ions. Energizing scent! Pocket / Purse Stick, Handy Portable Natural.
    • Salt air has healing, antibacterial, antimicrobial and antifungal qualities. Helps relieve symptoms of asthma, respiratory inflammations, colds, bronchitis, coughs and allergies. May also be used as a preventative to aid in keeping lungs clear and healthy. Recap tightly and inhaler will last for years with daily use.
    • Contains pure Himalayan Pink Salt, Essential Oils of Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Tea Tree. Inhale Deeply.

    Himalayan Pink Salt Therapy Inhaler for Asthma and Allergies
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    Rocking Salt


    List Price: $15.99
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    • Helpful for Asthma and Allergies not edible salt
    • Eases Breathing
    • Cleans the Respiratory System
    • Hydrates Respiratory System Onboard Airlines
    • Supports Rehabilitation & Medical Therapies of Respiratory System

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Where would I find colored inhalers for Asthma?

I've seen blue and red and black and all kinds of colors for the regular asthma inhalers. I'm looking for the plastic peice that's usually white, but I'd like to get it in different colors for my son - I want to make his asthma just a little cooler.


Check with the pharmacy where you get the prescriptions filled, or go on yahoo search and try that, I know they make all kinds of dragon faces and stuff for nebulizer masks....


Your doctor would prescribe you this so visit your doctors

If I have asthma, is it better for me to use medicines and inhalers that reduce my bronchial inflammation?

If I reduce bronchial inflammation by using asthma inhalers am I at a lesser risk of developing lung cancer from having my lungs less inflamed? Do steroids and inhalers increase the risk of developing cancers or reduce the risk?


ask your doctor.

the answer to your first question is NO

I suspect the answer to your second question is also : NO.


I would probably ask a doctor those questions to be sure.
some inhalers though, im not sure what you have, i had alupent when I was younger with asthma, wasnt for bronchial inflamation it was to dilate my bronchial tubes so i could breath better.