Quick Confession - Speleologist Boris Blaškovič: Salt caves are an artificially created, purely commercial thing
Have you ever heard of salt caves and their positive effects? As far back as 3,000 BC, the ancient Egyptians used salt as a medicine. These days, salt caves are a popular place for people to go and recharge their energy, but mainly improve their health and give their immunity a boost. Do you suffer from hay fever, allergies or eczema? You don't have to travel to the sea. It's said that 45 minutes in a salt cave equals a three-day stay by the sea. It helps alleviate chronic respiratory diseases, skin diseases and also has a positive effect on a person's mental health. In an interview for LP-Life.com, experienced speleologist Boris Blaškovič talked about life underground, Thai boys, but also about commercial salt caves and their healing effects.