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UAE: Largest man-made salt cave opens – News

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It is built on an area of ​​171 square meters

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Posted: Wednesday, August 31, 2022 at 2:13 pm

Last update time: Wednesday, August 31, 2022 at 2:14 pm

Sheikh Dr Saeed bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan unveiled the largest man-made salt cave and the only one in the Middle East and GCC region on Wednesday. The Salt Cave is based on the first natural salt mine in Krakow, Poland.

The cave offers natural remedies for nearly 18 ailments, including psoriasis, arthritis, sinusitis, asthma and eczema, as well as anxiety, snoring, allergies, colds, flu, congestion, ear infections, hay fever and rhinitis. It also improves breathing in ex-smokers and people with cystic fibrosis.

Photo: WAM

Photo: WAM

The cave was inaugurated in Mbazzarah Al Khadra, Al Ain city, in the presence of municipality directors Suwaidan Saeed Al Katbi and Salem Al Rashidi.

The inauguration of the caves is part of an effort to provide the best service and build healthy communities in the region, in line with the UAE’s efforts to tackle epidemics and infectious diseases, and provide an exceptional experience in cleaning and detoxification.

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The cave was built by advanced technical experts according to international standards and covers an area of ​​171 square meters.

It accommodates about 35 people and features a play area for children 6 months and older, comfortable leather seats, a ventilation system, walls and floors covered with about 16 tons of natural salt, and air and salt via pump And purify their equipment air circulation.

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It also uses a special type of salt approved in Europe, changing the salt on the ground every six months, while the salt used for the treatment is changed after each treatment.

Only one treatment per day is permitted and a minimum of six treatments is allowed to ensure measurable results, provided that six consecutive days of treatment are attended.


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