HIMALAYAN SEA SALT
Salt beds were deposited from ancient oceans 250 million years ago, the ocean layers were uplifted when the Himalayas formed. Covered by lava and enveloped in ice and snow for millennia.
Salt is an essential component of daily life that balances the physiological functions of the human body as well as other living systems. Pink Himalayan salt is rich mineral content, some sources say that pink Himalayan salt contains up to 84 different trace minerals. Sodium plays an important role in several biological functions, including fluid balance, nerve conduction and muscle contraction. (1,2,3)
Pink Himalayan salt contains up to 98 percent sodium chloride but also has up to 84 other minerals and trace elements.The rest of the salt consists of trace minerals, such as potassium, magnesium, and calcium as well as lesser-known minerals like strontium and molybdenum. In fact, it's these very minerals, especially iron, that give it its characteristic pink color. Under an electron microscope, crystal salt has a perfect crystalline structure and is immune to electromagnetic fields.
Pink Himalayan salt may:Improve respiratory diseases, Balance your body's pH, Reduce signs of aging, Improve sleep quality, Regulate blood sugar, Increase libido, Regulating the water content throughout your body, Promoting healthy pH balance in your cells, particularly your brain cells, Promoting blood sugar health, Assisting in the generation of hydroelectric energy in cells in your body, Absorption of food particles through your intestinal tract. (8)
“Himalayan Crystal Salt's array of elements forms a compound in which each molecule is interconnected. The connectedness allows the vibrational component of the 84 trace elements present in their natural mineral form in the salt to be in harmony with each other and adds to the ability to promote a healthy balance. When it comes to the power of natural salt, nothing compares to Himalayan Crystal Salt.” (8)
FOUND IN THE FOLLOWING PRODUCT(S)
Works Cited & Clinical Studies
1. Centrally mediated effects of sodium and angiotensin II on arterial blood pressure and fluid balance
2. Action potential generation requires a high sodium channel density in the axon initial segment
3. Molecular pathology of the skeletal muscle sodium channel
4. COMPARISON OF SALTY TASTE AND TIME INTENSITY OF SEA AND LAND SALTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
5. Halotherapy as asthma treatment in children: A randomized, controlled, prospective pilot study
6. A review of halotherapy for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
7. Sodium-restricted diet increases nighttime plasma norepinephrine and impairs sleep patterns in man
8. Himalayan Salt | Pure Cooking Salt