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[Walmart] !!Rollbacks!! Himalayan Salt Lamps - Select Models and Sizes

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!!Rollbacks!! Himalayan Salt Lamps - Select Models and Sizes

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I have both the SIHL110 table lamp and the SIHL291 wall night light for my daughter and they both work and look great - definitely recommended at that price
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Buy 100, chop the salt, bottle it, sell it and walk away with $10000!!!
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Other than the looks (subjective) and soft lights that might help your mood?
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Suppose to be good for your "karma" or your "chi" too!
Please do not hesitate to ask me any questions you might have.
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If you get these rocks for anything but their looks/use as a lamp, I pray for our future, just sayin
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Is this a scam or these light actually works and better for you
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djpr wrote:
May 1st, 2018 12:10 pm
https://www.healthline.com/health/himal ... #takeaways

Not really much proof to support it, but it's not bad either. My mom has one in the living room. It's kind of like turning on a candle for us.
what do you mean not much proof to support it? you look at the anything that looks nice, subtle and easy for the eyes (subjective), then your mood feel better.
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konsensei wrote:
May 1st, 2018 12:41 pm
what do you mean not much proof to support it? you look at the anything that looks nice, subtle and easy for the eyes (subjective), then your mood feel better.
"Honey, for the 100th time, I need you to wear this Victoria's Secret lingerie around the house for the sake of my mood."
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seen these a little cheaper at winners.
think first, buy later.
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Never saw the appeal of these things.

But seeing this thread made me wonder if someone bought a bunch of pink salt, would they be able to combine it all into a large crystal, drill a hole on the crystal and just shove some LEDs into the product.
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i guess i can put this on the dining table.

"Hey can you pass the salt"

*hands over lamp
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Valdes wrote:
May 1st, 2018 1:23 pm
"Honey, for the 100th time, I need you to wear this Victoria's Secret lingerie around the house for the sake of my mood."
So you don't believe something beautiful (subjective) will give you a better mood? You don't believe a beautiful smile in the morning actually helps your day?
It's psychology! Which is the physiology of the brain! Which is physiology of the body! Which is science!

I am not talking about stupid claims where they say it helps your health and crap.

I am saying if you buy something that looks good (if you think this lamp is), you will like it, and your mood does improve. There is nothing reputable about that.
However if you buy this ugly chunk of rock thinking it would help your mood?


Maybe I should rephrase my statement so people with low comprehension can understand: "Unless you like this salt lamp for the look of it, don't buy it". Stop reading without understanding
I already said it in here
amazon-ca-natural-crystal-himalayan-sal ... #p28227670
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konsensei wrote:
May 1st, 2018 2:18 pm
So you don't believe something beautiful (subjective) will give you a better mood? You don't believe a beautiful smile in the morning actually helps your day?
It's psychology! Which is the physiology of the brain! Which is physiology of the body! Which is science!

I am not talking about stupid claims where they say it helps your health and crap.

I am saying if you buy something that looks good (if you think this lamp is), you will like it, and your mood does improve. There is nothing reputable about that.
However if you buy this ugly chunk of rock thinking it would help your mood?


Maybe I should rephrase my statement so people with low comprehension can understand: "Unless you like this salt lamp for the look of it, don't buy it". Stop reading without understanding
I already said it in here
amazon-ca-natural-crystal-himalayan-sal ... #p28227670
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I want to buy but I know my cats will be licking it all day long...

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