Himalayan & Celtic Sea Salt

Properties of unrefined, Himalayan and Celtic Sea Salts

  • Contaminant-free
  • Contains all of the 84 elements found in the body – the same elements originally found in the “primal sea”, all in colloidal form (small enough for your cells to readily absorb them).                                                                                      

Himalayn salt has a perfect crystalline structure (as seen under an electron microscope) – the interconnectedness of each molecule provides a harmonious vibrational energy component of the 84 elements present. The picture on the left (below) shows refined sea-salt. The natural Himalayan salt shown on the right clearly has a more structured crystalline form.

Health Benefits of Natural, Unrefined Salt

  • Regulates water content throughout the body.
  • Promotes healthy pH balance in body’s cells – particularly brain cells.
  • Promotes blood sugar balance and help reduce the signs of aging.
  • Assists in the generation of hydroelectric energy in body’s cells.
  • Absorbs food particles through your intestinal tract.
  • Supports respiratory health.
  • Promotes sinus health.
  • Prevents muscle cramps.
  • Promotes bone strength.
  • Regulates sleep – it naturally promotes sleep.
  • Supports your libido.
  • Promotes vascular health.
  • Essential for the regulation of blood pressure – in conjunction with water.

Our Salt of Choice

Analysis of Himalayan Pink Salt

This list on the table alongside: Certificate of Analysis shows the amounts of all the trace minerals, electrolytes, and elements contained in Himalayan salt
 Additional combined elements – the sodium chloride content is 97.41% and meets the worldwide necessry standards for table salt:

Water H²O1.5 g/kgDIN
Ammonium NH4+0.010 ppmPhotometric
Nitrate NO3-0.09 ppmPhotometric
Phosphate PO4 3-<0.10 ppmICG
Hydrogencarbonate HCO3-<1.0 g/kgTitration

Legend:  g/kg – Grams per kilogram ;  DIN – German Standards Institute;  ICG – Ionchromatography; AAS – Atom absorbtion spectrometry;  TXRF – Total reflection – X-Ray – Floresence-Spectometry; ppm  – Parts per million;  FSM – Flamespectrometry;  FSK – Frequency Spectroscope+