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Proper Use of Native Salts & Safety Precautions

Native Salts are all-natural, aromatic-smelling salts that are unique in many ways. Unlike the conventional smelling salts on the market, Native Salts already come in a liquid form. You don't have to mix the ammonia with water or dissolve it to get the vapors to work. They are compact and easy to use on the go. When used as directed, they are naturally safe. 

 

So, if you want to get the most out of Native Salts smelling salts, you should use them the right way.

 

 

To use Native Salts correctly, you should follow these steps:

 

1. Unscrew the cap to release the contents. 

2. Carefully inhale the vapors 4-6 inches away from the nose

 

3. Close the cap tightly and quickly once finished for maximum usage

 

4. Wait a few moments to see if you feel any effects, such as an increase in heart rate or alertness. If you do not feel any effects, you can repeat the process.

5. Shake the smelling salt bottle only if potency decreased or for stronger vapor; not necessary between uses.

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How To Use Native Salts

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Safety Precautions

Native Salts can be safe and effective when used as directed. It's important to follow the instructions and safety measures below to avoid any potential side effects or risks:

 

  • Native Salts smelling salts generally shouldn't be used frequently, or for an extended period of time.

 

  • Native Salts should not replace professional medical care if someone has fainted, become unconscious, or unresponsive, but rather as a temporary energy boost only.

 

  • Native Salts shouldn’t be used by individuals with certain medical conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, or respiratory problems, as they can worsen these conditions.

 

  • Under no circumstances should they be consumed or drunk.

 

  • If you experience or feel any negative effects such as irritation or dizziness, difficulty in breathing, chest pain, or a rash, discontinue use and seek medical attention

Potential Side Effects

Smelling salts are usually only dangerous when used incorrectly. Below are some of the potential dangers associated with improper use:

 

  • Inhaling too much of the fumes can cause respiratory distress, including coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath

 

  • Inhaling the salts fumes too frequently can cause irritation to the eyes, and burning in the nose and throat

 

  • Skin or eye contact could cause irritation or chemical burns

 

  • If the person inhaling the fumes has a pre-existing respiratory condition, such as asthma or emphysema, the fumes could exacerbate the condition and cause further breathing problems.

 

  • Some other possible side effects, when used incorrectly, are headache, nausea, vomiting, disorientation, confusion, and lightheadedness

 

  • Using Native Salts in sports after head trauma or concussion to get back on the field sooner may mask concussive symptoms, delay diagnosis, and can exacerbate the effects of a brain injury by increasing the likelihood of re-injury.


If you have any questions about Native Salts, please do not hesitate to contact us or visit our FAQ page for more information. You can also buy Native Salts here by clicking the "Get Native Salts" button below.

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