Mineral Rich Salts
Pink Himalayan Salt ~ 250 million year old salt
What About Table Salt?
Table salt or sodium chloride is extremely toxic. Some table salt contains aluminum hydroxide (a toxic metal and a known cause of Alzheimer's). Regular table salt is usually iodized. Naturally occurring iodine is essential, but added iodine is considered a toxic metal.
What About Sea Salt?
The problem with sea salt is that many of the oceans waters are polluted with heavy metals like lead, cadmium, arsenic, mercury and more. Oil disasters and leaking tankers pollute our oceans even more. Today sea salt is not as good as it was in the past.
Himalayan Salt Contains Electrolytes
Electrolytes such as sodium, calcium and potassium help restore your bodies' fluids. Electrolytes are what your cells (especially nerve, heart and muscle) use to maintain voltages across cell membranes and to carry nerve impulses and muscle contractions across themselves and to other cells. Electrolytes have to be continually replaced whenever you sweat.
The origin is Himalayan Mountains, the East Karakorum range to be exact in Pakistan about 350 miles south of HUNZA VALLEY. Out of fourteen peaks above 8,000 m (26,400 feet) in the entire world, five are in Pakistan. There are about 60 peaks higher than 20k feet in that region. These are the only salt mines that exists in the Himalayan Regions to the best of my knowledge. We get our salt from the pristine GOLAYWALI MINE in Quaidaabad District. Our salt is mined deep inside the mines where the vibration of the salt crystals has not been compromised. The salt crystals are HAND WASHED, SUN DRIED, and STONE GROUND having no metal touching the salt in grinding process. We don't have a certificate showing it organic but you can not get more organic than this salt.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.