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Thread: Himalayan Crystal Salt Lamp

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    Himalayan Crystal Salt Lamp

    I received this for Christmas last year and didn't know where to put it. Any suggestions??
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    I'd suggest putting it in your bedroom. Perhaps on the nightstand. That's where I have mine.
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    checked these out and they sound very interesting! can you tell us more about them and if they really help? TIA!!

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    I agree, the bedroom or maybe the sewing room. they taste good too.
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    I have a mother in law's tongue plant in the bedroom....supposed to
    be good to keep air clean....just needs watering once a week, if I remember...no electricity $$$$

    im guessing this does get dusty. How do you clean it.....never heard of this before!

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    I've had one for several years. It's in my living room as an accent lamp/nightlight. The only time it isn't on is when the light bulb burns out. Buy this if you want a pretty lamp and not for the medical claims. I have migraines which they claim it will help. I wish I could say it has. Dust isn't a problem, it never really gets dusty. Wipe it off with a damp paper towel occasionally keeps it clean.
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    I had similar for Christmas and put it on the hearth as the fire wasn't lit. My dogs were very upset by it and kept looking and growling at it when it was on. When switched off they took no notice of it. I only switch on when I am in the room. The dogs just keep away now .
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    There is a store in the Old Port in Portland, ME that has these and lots of other beautiful items. I can't wait to get down there again and take DH with me next time but I'd be interested to know if anyone has seen any benefits from this?

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    I have one in my living room I use at night just for a little light effect. Love it.
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