Himalayan Salt

Throughout the Himalayas we have found layers of ancient sea salt.

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Millions of years ago the energy of the sun dried up areas of the sea leaving layers of salt. This salt has been exposed to enormous pressure inside the earth, which caused it’s special formation, natural crystal salt. The higher the pressure, the more perfect the crystalline structure becomes. Never having been subject to pollution natural crystal salt remains pure. This is called sole (so-lay) or brine. Contrary to stone salt, the minerals and trace elements in Himalayan Alexander crystal salt are bound in colloid form, which can be absorbed and assimilated into our body immediately.

Sodium chloride is essential for digestion and respiration.

“Without sodium, which the body cannot manufacture, the body would be unable to transport nutrients or oxygen, transmit nerve impulses, or move muscles, including the heart,” says Mark Kurlansky, in Salt @ A World History

Human blood is around 0.9% salt, and about 0.25% of our total body weight is salt. The original Himalayan crystal salt comes from the salt mine of Alexander The Great in Karakurm/Kashmir, Pakistan and has supreme bio-energetic qualities. It has been prepared using traditional methods such as breaking the rocks by hand, mined in an exclusive, protected mountain area.

It is very important to keep the vibration pattern in the crystal salt intact and after breaking the rocks by hand, sorting, washing in sole and drying in the sun to preserve the energy. Pure Himalayan crystal salt has a pinkish colour even when finally granulated.

The benefits of using this salt are numerous including increasing your pH into alkalinity, hay fever, asthma attacks, digestion problems, enhanced immune system, increased alertness & work productivity, concentration, lung capacity and reduced susceptibility to colds and flu, increasing your vibration called bovis, relief from sinus, migraine, headache, allergies. Imagine all those benefits with absolutely no negative side effects and from a substance from Mother Nature itself !

Unfortunately many mainly profit oriented companies are mining the rocks in a commercial manner by blasting and using metal equipment which destroys the true holographic memory within the salt crystal and therefore deminishing the effectiveness. The crystal salt is available as rocks, coarse or fine table salt, with organic dry vegetables or herbs, bath salt, salt rock lamps and tea lights.

Did you know that for example this crystal salt:

  • Can displace an energy deficit and restore balance
  • Without the elements of potassium and sodium found in crystal salt, we could neither think or act
  • It contains the entire spectrum of frequency patterns of elements found in the human body
  • It contains all the minerals and trace elements of which the body is made
  • Water and salt, in combination with light, can built proteins
  • Salt used to be more valuable than gold and was used as a form of payment
  • Our blood is 1% sole solution to the salt concentration of the primal oceans
  • The poor condition of our drinking water must be seen as one of the foremost causes for the dramatic increase of disease
  • The best drinking water for us is pure, natural spring and artesian well water
  • Fresh spring water is free of germs and bacteria due to its crystalline structure

Himalayan Crystal Salt – Chemical Analysis

1. Aluminium (Al) 0.45 ppm 2. Antimony (Sb) 2.27 ppm 3. Arsenic (As) <0.5 ppm
4. Barium (Ba) 0.18 ppm 5. Beryllium (Be) <0.1 ppm 6. Bismuth (Bl <0.1 ppm
7. Boron (B) <0.1 ppm 8. Bromine (Br) 4.76 ppm 9. Cadmium (Cd) 0.13 ppm
10. Calcium (Ca) 1380 ppm 11. Carbon (C) 68.0 ppm 12. Cerium (Ce) 1.87 ppm
13. Caesium (Cs) 0.82 ppm 14. Chloride (Cl) 598,000 ppm 15. Chromium (Cr) 0.191 ppm
16. Cobalt (Co) <0.1 ppm 17. Copper (Cu) 0.69 ppm 18. Dysprosium (Dy) <0.1 ppm
19. Erbium (Er) 0.219 ppm 20. Europium (Eu) <0.1 ppm 21. Fluoride (F) 7.22 ppm
22. Gadolinium (Gd) 1.72 ppm 23. Gallium (Ga) 1.65 ppm 24. Germanium (Ge) 0.39 ppm
25. Gold (Au) <0.1 ppm 26. Hafnium (Hf) <0.1 ppm 27. Holmium (Ho) <0.1 ppm
28. Indium (In) <0.1 ppm 29. Iodine ( I ) 1.42 ppm 30. Iridium (Ir) <0.05 ppm
31. Iron (Fe) 14.2 ppm 32. Lanthanum (La) <0.1 ppm 33. Lead (Pb) 0.07 ppm
34. Lithium (Li) 0.59 ppm 35. Lutetium (Lu) <0.1 ppm 36. Magnesium (Mg) 20,100 ppm
37. Manganese (Ma) <0.1 ppm 38. Mercury (Hg) <0.02 ppm 39. Molybdenum (Mo) <0.1 ppm
40 Neodymium (Nd) <0.1 ppm 41. Nickel (Ni) <0.1 ppm 42. Niobium (Nb) <0.1 ppm
43. Osmium (Os <0.05 ppm 44. Palladium (Pd <0.05 ppm 45. Phosphorus (P) <0.5 ppm
46. Platinum (Pt) <0.05 ppm 47. Potassium (K) 2900 ppm 48. Praseodymium (Pr) 0.19 ppm
49. Rhenium (Re) <0.1 ppm 50. Rhodium (Rh) <0.05 ppm 51. Rubidium (Rb) 7.99 ppm
52. Ruthenium (Ru) <0.1 ppm 53. Samarium (Sm) 3.87 ppm 54. Scandium (Sc) <0.1 ppm
55. Selenium (Se) <0.05 ppm 56. Silicon (Si) 10.7 ppm 57. Silver (Ag) 0.063 ppm
58. Sodium (Na) 374,000 ppm 59. Strontium (Sr) 6.98 ppm 60. Sulfur (S) 1680 ppm
61. Tantalum (Ta) 0.53 ppm 62. Tellurium (Te) <0.1 ppm 63. Terbium (Tb) <0.1 ppm
64. Thallium (Tl) 0.69 ppm 65. Thorium (Th) <0.1 ppm 66. Thulium (Tm) <0.1 ppm
67. Tin (Sn) <0.1 ppm 68. Titanium (Ti) 0.38 ppm 69. Tungsten (W) <0.1 ppm
70. Vanadium (V) 8.78 ppm 71. Ytterbium (Yb) <0.05 ppm 72. Yttrium (Y) <0.05 ppm
73. Zinc (Zu) 4.92 ppm 74. Zirconium (Zr) 0.48 ppm

References: Water & Salt, The Essence of Life, The healing power of nature, Dr. Med. Barbara Hendel & Peter Ferreira, ISBN 0-9744515-1-7, German version ISBN 3-00-008233-6 Water, The shocking truth, Paul C. Bragg, ND, Ph.D., Patricia Bragg, ND., Ph.D., ISBN 0-87790-063-9 Healing with Water, Giselle Roeder, ISBN 1-55312-011-6 Your Body’s Many Cries For Water, F. Batmangehelidj, M.D., ISBN 0-9629942-3-5 Messages in Water, Volume I, Dr. Masaru Emoto, ISBN 4-939098-00-1 Messages in Water, Volume II, Dr. Masaru Emoto, ISBN 4-939098-00-4-4 Messages in Water, Volume III, Dr. Masaru Emoto, ISBN 4-939098-05-2 Hidden Messages in Water, Dr. Masaru Emoto, ISBN 1-58270-125-3Helium, Argon, Neon, Krypton, Xenon, Radon, Technetium and Promethium could not be included in this specific test analysis. In order to trace these elements, one needs an extremely sophisticated and costly analysis. Water and Salt,The Essence of Life” Dr.med. B. Hendel and P. Ferreira

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4 Comments

  • Michelle says:

    Great article! Very informative!

    I like to get my salt @ http://www.sustainablesourcing.com/

    Using HimalaSalt, the finest of all Himalayan sea salts, helps to:

    Sharpens vital brain functions, improves mental clarity

    Anti-aging; rids the body of acidic wastes that cause degeneration

    Peaceful, relaxed quality of energy, better moods, positive thoughts

    Ease cramps, constipation, digestive disorders

    Regulates and purifies critical body fluid levels

    Purifying, detoxifying to the blood

    Stronger libido, sexual vitality, more vigor

    Essential minerals replenishes vital electrolytes

    Nutrients are absorbed more efficiently by the body.

    Foods cooked with HimalaSalt taste better, and their nutrients are absorbed better by the body.

    It’s also good for your pet.

    Pretty amazing!

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  • Thanks for sharing this amazing piece of information. Himalayan salt is really an amazing thing, not just the edible salt but but also other Himalayan salt products such as salt lamps and bath salt. I have been using edible salt, bath salt and Himalayan salt lamps for quite a long time. I just love Himalayan salt. It has so many health benefits as you have mentioned in your article.

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