For decades, people have used the microclimate of graduation towers for preventing and treating upper respiratory tract conditions, sinusitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hypertension, vegetative neurosis and general exhaustion. Inhaling the microelements by healthy people can boost their immunological system and cleanse their polluted respiratory tracts.
Salt water graduation towers saturate the air with iodine, bromine and a whole array of microelements, such as magnesium, sodium, potassium and iron. The aerosol thus produced exhibits exceptional health-promoting properties as its particles have a strong ability to penetrate the body through mucous membranes of the respiratory system and skin. There is a peculiar microclimate created around graduation towers - it is a natural health-boosting inhalation area. The microclimate is produced when the salt water runs down the tower, connects with the air and partly evaporates. The colliding particles of the saline solution support hydro-ionisation.