Himalayan Pink Salt

Some of the benefits that you can expect to enjoy by consuming Himalayan Pink salt in place of regular table salt include:

  • Aids in vascular health

    Supports healthy lungs and respiratory function

    Promotes a stable pH balance within the cells

    Reduces the signs of aging

    Promotes healthy sleep patterns

    Increases libido

    Prevents muscle cramps

    Increases hydration

    Strengthen bones

    Lowers blood pressure

    Improves circulation

  • Detoxifies the body of heavy metals

Salt Slabs — Slabs will impart a better taste and mineral content. Chilled: use fruits, sushi, veggies, or cheese as a decoration. Frozen: cold delicious desserts and sorbets. Heated: slabs can be used to sear veggies, shrimp, fish fillets, and thinly sliced beef, and you can even fry eggs.   Dense Salt Blocks conduct heat amazingly.

What is even better, Himalayan Pink salt is a natural anti-microbial product, and the clean up requires only a Simple Scrub Or Rinse.

Himalayan Pink salt contains 84 Minerals, electrolytes and elements considering that only 118 Elements are known to science.

The Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) of sodium is between 1,500-2,300 milligrams for men and women between the ages of 9-50; one teaspoon of Himalayan Pink salt contains approximately 400 milligrams of it.

you actually consume less amount of sodium in comparison to your consumption of the same amount of table salt . It is because it is unprocessed. And contains additional mineral in it. The Himalayan Pink salt crystal has a unique cellular structure that stores vibration energy.

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“. . .all of us have in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean, and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears. We are tied to the ocean. And, when we go back to the sea. . . we are going back to whence we came.”

John F. Kennedy


 

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8 Comments

  1. Ok I’ll probably have it up Wednesday the latest I need to get some ingredients and such. You have a great day as well .

  2. I’m very fond of mushrooms, lol. And no worries…take your time. Have a great day.

    1. Hey so I know I’m a little late on the risotto post but I have it up on the site. I forgot I had this one

  3. I’ve always wondered about this type of salt! Thanks for posting, as it’s very informational 🙂

    1. It’s on of my favourite to use, So mush better for you to. I’m glad you found the post useful if there’s any other food/cooking you are interested in let me know I’ll write about it

      1. I wouldn’t mind seeing a good, easy to follow recipe for risotto 🙂 Any kind, really. Love the stuff!

      2. Sounds good, would you like any other ingredients with it? Plus going to need to post it later I’m on my way to work now