At the graduation buildings, the salty spring water, the brine, slowly trickles down the up to ten-metre-high Blackthorn walls. Part of the water evaporates and the salt content of the brine increases. At the same time, the air in the graduation buildings is enriched with fine salt crystals. This has a positive effect on the respiratory tract and brings relief for colds, bronchitis, asthma or allergies.
This effect can be experienced even more intensively in the inhalatorium at Graduation Building I. With the help of a compressor, the brine is nebulized in the 40 square meter chamber of the inhalatorium. This allows the fine salt crystals, the aerosols, to reach the finest branches of the bronchi even better. A daily stay of 15 to 20 minutes brings a clear improvement in lung and bronchial complaints.