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GSLB6C: Salt Lamp Bowl 6 inch [GSLB6C]


Enjoy the soft light cast through this salt lamp bowl and salt chunks. Each is unique and individual with a heavy bowl of rose pink salt. Comes with about a dozen chunks to cover your light and help emit varying hues. The bottom is drilled out to accommodate your bulb and fixture. The edge is notched for the cord. Each also comes with a light bulb and cord that can be plugged into any standard U.S. electrical socket. Colors and chunk quantities vary.

Metaphysically, all salts are used for protection, especially protection of the home. Salt is used for purification and dispelling negativity in many magical rituals. Salts are used to release attachments, including emotional attachments.  It has gentle but strong grounding and centering energy. Salt is a mineral that is said to bring abundance and a rich home life. Physically, salts are used in crystal healing for blood disorders, low blood pressure, diarrhea, physical strength and intestines.

Salts are associated primarily with the root chakra, though salts with different colors also are associated with the related color chakras. All types of salts are related to the Earth element.

The salt lamp makes use of the minerals, releasing their properties through the introduction of heat from an electric bulb. These properties emitted from the Salt Lamp are responsible for promoting the health and wellness of individuals via ionization of the air and the destruction and removal of pollution. The properties of the Salt Lamp consist of negatively charged ions that act on the contaminants in the air by neutralizing them and weighing them down so they can no longer circulate. When this occurs, individuals can breathe more easily and many ailments and allergies that frequently afflict them start to disappear. 

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 May, 2016.


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