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Key Minerals in Himalayan Crystal Salt Restore Your Body's Balance

Himalayan Crystal Salt is salt in its native form, with all its vibrational energy intact and it helps your body return to a state of balance. Not having balanced electrolytes shifts your body out of homeostasis - the balance of chemicals that is conducive to the body's function.

The renowned Frezenius Institute in Europe analyzed the Himalayan Crystal Salt and proved that it has an amazing array of important trace minerals and elements including potassium, calcium and magnesium that help your body achieve balance by restoring fluids and replenishing your supply of electrolytes whenever you sweat heavily.

Himalayan Salt vs. Sea Salt and Rock Salt: A Crystal Comparison

Many people believe sea salt is a healthy alternative to table salt, but this is no longer the case. The oceans are being used as dumping grounds for harmful toxic poisons like mercury, PCBs and dioxin. Reports of oil spills polluting the sea are becoming more frequent. With some 89% of all the sea salt producers now refining their salt, today's sea salt simply isn't as healthy as it used to be.

If you were to look into a microscope at sea salt (pictured left) you would see it has irregular and isolated crystalline structures disconnected from the natural elements surrounding them. Thus, however many vital minerals it may contain, they cannot be absorbed by your body unless the body expends tremendous energy to vitalize them. Your body's net gain is small compared to the great loss of energy.

Because the crystalline structure of crystal salt is balanced (pictured right), it is not isolated from the 84 inherent mineral elements, but is connected to them in a harmonious state. This means the energy content in the form of minerals can be easily metabolized by your body. When you use this salt it has a vital energetic effect. Your body gets an ample net gain with zero energy loss.

Mined salt, or rock salt, is also a poor substitute for Himalayan Crystal Salt. While natural rock salt comes close to beings holistically intact and is more valuable than industrial table salt, from a biophysical as well as bio-chemical perspective, it holds little value.

The elements contained in rock salt lack sufficient compression to be included in the crystal web, but are only attached to the surface and in the gaps of the crystalline structure. It is the considerable pressure that brings the elements to a colloidal state - where your cells can readily absorb them. The valuable elements found in rock salt are useless because your body cannot absorb and metabolize them.

You Can Also Use Himalayan Crystal Salt As a Therapy

Besides using this salt on your food and to cook with, it has multiple other exciting benefits as well.

I highly recommend you regularly use the Himalyan Bath Salt, because when you take a "brine bath," the Himalyan salt's healthy minerals penetrate your skin in form of ions. This stimulation will cause natural cell growth in your living cell layers and is beneficial for everyone.

Taking a brine bath with Himalayan salt is especially recommended for those with:

  • Various skin diseases.
  • Rheumatism and joint diseases.
  • A post-operative care regimen.
  • Gynecological diseases.
  • Recurring infections
  • Severe insect bites, blisters or wounds.
  • Skin irritations from poison oak, ivy or sumac.

Learn More About the Many Health Benefits to You of a "Brine Bath" with Himalayan Bath Salts

Himalayan salt has multiple other uses for your health as well, which you can tap by integrating it with other natural approaches. It really is an amazing untapped adjunct that has not yet been recognized by most natural medical professionals.

For example, if you suffer from any of the following conditions?

  • Acne
  • Ear Infections
  • Foot Fungus
  • Motion Sickness
  • Nasal Congestion
  • Psoriasis
  • Sore Throats
  • Asthma
  • Bronchitis
  • Sinus and ear infections


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