How To Make Sole


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Step 1: Everyone knows that salt dissolves in water, keep adding salt to a glass of water you’ll get to a point where the water becomes super-salty or saturated with salt.   When the water becomes super-salty or saturated with salt that the salt will just sit on the bottom of the glass without dissolving? This is exactly what the Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole is, super-saturated, salty water. Here’s how to make it.

Place 1 inch of Himalayan Crystal Salt stones in a glass jar, preferably one with a lid.

Add 2 to 3 inches of good quality artesian or spring water above the stones, completely covering the crystals with water. Let sit overnight.

 Step 2: If all the salt crystals have dissolved, add a few more salt crystals to the water. Your Original Himalayan Crystal Salt® Sole is ready when the water becomes fully saturated with salt and cannot hold any more.

The salt will no longer dissolve at this stage. Your finished Sole should resemble the photo at left. There should always be salt crystals in the jar. As you use up the Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole, after some time, add more water and more salt until the water is again saturated. Remember, there should always be undissolved salt crystals on the bottom of the jar. This is your visual proof that the water is totally saturated with salt.

Step 3: Each morning, before eating or drinking anything, add one teaspoon of the Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole to a glass of spring water and drink. Your body will receive the energetic vibration pattern of the Himalayan Crystal Salt and hold it for 24 hours. Keep the container covered to prevent the water from evaporating. Otherwise, no special storage is needed.

The fully saturated Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole will keep forever! Salt is a natural anti-bacterial and natural fungicide. It simply cannot spoil or go bad 


The Concentration of Sole


Sole = A fully saturated solution of water and the Himalayan Crystal Salt. The water becomes saturated with salt when the water can no longer dissolve more salt. At this point, the salt crystals remain undissolved on the bottom of the jar, indicating that the solution has reached it’s saturation limit. The water is now fully saturated with salt. This is what we call Sole. One teaspoon of Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole contains 478 mg of Sodium – That’s equivalent to 20% of the USDA’s recommended daily allowance of 2,500 mg.

Sole Solution = When we speak of a sole solution, we speak of a diluted quantity of the concentrated Sole in water. When we take the fully saturated Sole and add water to it, we create a Sole solution. Many of the therapeutic application for the Himalayan Crystal Salt require a Sole solution.

For Example:
A 1% Sole solution is 1 part Sole and 99 parts water.
A 5% Sole solution is 5 parts Sole and 95 parts water.
An 8% Sole solution is 8 parts Sole and 92 parts water, and so on.


 How To Make Various Concentrations of  Sole Solution

For Various Applications


% of Solution

Amnt of Salt

Amount of Water

Application

1% Sole Solution

1/2 tsp. (2g)

7 ounces Water

For Eyes & Nose

 

2 tsps. (10g)

34 ounces Water

For Inhalation

 

1 Kilo (2.2 lbs.)

26 gallons /Full bath tub

For Sole Bathing

2% Sole Solution

4 tsps. (20g)

34 ounces Water

For Inhalation

 

2 Kilos (4.5 lbs.)

26 gallons /Full bath tub

For Sole Bathing

3% Sole Solution

6 tsps. (30g)

34 ounces Water

For Inhalation

 

3 Kilos (6.6 lbs.)

26 gallons /Full bath tub

For Sole Bathing

10% Sole Solution

6 tsps. (100g)

34 ounces Water

For Partial Bathing

 

12 tsps (200g)

2 quarts Water

For Partial Bathing

Making a 1% Sole Solution From Sole

Quantity of Water

Quantity of Sole

Application

1 Cup (8 oz.)

1 1/2 Teaspoons

For Eyes, Nose, Inhalation, Bathing

1 Quart (4 Cups)

2 Tablespoons (Tbls.)

 

2 Quarts (1/2 Gallon)

4 Tbls.

 

3 Quarts (12 Cups)

6 Tbls.

 

4 Quarts (1 Gallon)

1/2 Cup

 

2 Gallons (32 Cups)

1 Cup

 

3 Gallons (48 Cups)

1 1/2 Cups

 

4 Gallons (64 Cups)

2 Cups

 

5 Gallons (80 Cups)

2 1/2 Cups

 

6 Gallons (96 Cups)

3 Cups

 

10 Gallons (160 Cups)

5 Cups

 

100 Gallons

50 Cups

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