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 What Are the Health Benefits of Himalayan Salt Lamps?

  1. History of Salt Therapy

    • Generations ago, people regularly turned to salt water, mineral water and salt mines to seek remedies for chronic congestion problems. Distances were often prohibitive–particularly for folks suffering a variety of illnesses – so clinics were established in towns around the globe to deliver salt-based remedies to sufferers. The name given to this type of rehabilitation? Speleotherapy. Salt has been used over so many centuries to dry bronchial tubes and rid sinus cavities of bacteria and microbes, it’s a natural evolution to the Himalayan Salt Lamp which uses a low-wattage light bulb and/or candlewick to disburse negative ions emanating from the salt crystals.

    What to look for when you shop for Himalayan Salt Lamps

    • Since the object of your search is to remedy an ailment, choose a lamp that offers the largest salt surface for ion-disbursement. Your lamp should be UL/CSA tested and approved and the best units are constructed using stainless steel or other material that won’t rust or decay. Eschew lamps that show signs of being thrown together (e.g., light bulbs haphazardly shoved into the lamp’s salt crystal cavity and held in place with clips). Ill-fitting bases may allow potentially dangerous water seepage. Choose a complete unit (base, salt source, bulb) in any of the soft pinks and oranges most commonly found in Himalayan Salt Lamps. The redder the color, the higher the mineral content, so if you have a choice, go for the most intensity. Let your creative spirit be your guide when you choose from the many shapes and sizes on the market.

    Why Himalayan salt has more therapeutic properties than others

    • Touted as the most pollutant free form of salt on the earth, Himalayan salt contains over 84 minerals and trace elements. Found at locations so high there’s not a trace of pollution or environmentally compromised material in the air, Himalayan salt is light years away from the chemically-altered salt reduced to a sodium and chloride mix most commonly found on grocery shelves and rarely touted as being beneficial to the human body. Himalayan salt, some proclaim, approximates primal oceanic elements our bodies were exposed to during the earliest stages of man’s evolution, which is why it claims to have so many healing properties when negative ions are disbursed from its crystals. To add to its mystique, authentic salt crystals come from the deepest mines on earth located under the foothills of the Himalayan Mountain range. Crystals are hand-harvested from mineral deposits on salt cave floors that have been dated by geologists to the Precambrian Age.

    Where to place your Himalayan Salt Lamp for maximum benefits

    • Place a Himalayan Salt Lamp in your bedroom to help clear sinuses during the night when the body’s defense system is most relaxed and receptive and to help intensify your sleep experience. Install one in the room in which you relax — family room, living room, den–to freshen the air and make family time, reading and hobbies more pleasurable. Enjoy reduced fatigue–especially during that 3 p.m. slump–by putting a Himalayan Salt Lamp to work in your home office. You’ll not only transform the air you’re breathing, but you’ll reduce the amount of electro-magnetic pollution office equipment disburses. Keep a lamp nearby when you’re studying to increase your powers of concentration when you peruse material you’re learning. Meditation practitioners extol the virtues of the Himalayan Salt Lamp when used in conjunction with yoga, deep breathing and other meditative efforts. Allergy sufferers are said to benefit greatly from exposure to this clean, naturally-ionized air.

    Add a Himalayan Salt Lamp to your work environment for increased productivity

    • No official “Bring your Salt Lamp to Work Week” has been declared so you might want to institute this practice if your home lamp proves beneficial. Massage therapists are adopting Himalayan Salt Lamps as the newest in their arsenal of relaxants by installing them in treatment areas. When placed in holistic and homeopathic medical clinics and practitioner’s offices, employees claim they notice a difference when they treat patients after exposure. Finally, Feng Shui masters regularly introduce a Himalayan Salt Lamps into the mix when they stage rooms to increase and enhance the amount of chi (energy) present in the air. Where’s your favorite place? Enhance it with a lamp.

    Conclusions

    • Since your objective is to be exposed to as many negative ions as possible being emitted from your Himalayan Salt lamp, it bears repeating: choose one with the largest amount of exposed salt surface and select a color by the most intensity in the hue. Additionally, place the lamp as close to the person in need of the therapeutic effects as possible, because even a large lamp will only positively impact the air of people in close proximity to it — perhaps a few feet at most. As with all alternative health treatments, apply due diligence when you shop because many folks are getting on the Himalayan Salt Lamp bandwagon and not all of them are constructing these with the safety of the user in mind.

 

 

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Himalayan salt blocks are a flavorful and creative way to cook

This July Fourth, I won’t be grilling the usual suspects. Instead, I’ll be showing off my latest food fascination and slowly heating bricks of rose-colored, translucent salt on the grill, then using them to sear shrimp and vegetables. Or, I might use them to grill moist, delicately flavored chicken with crispy skin. I might even freeze a salt block to make ice cream.

Recipes included with this story: Salt Brick Grilled Chicken, Salt Crust Scallops With Thai Lime Dipping Sauce, Salt-Grilled Cheeseburger Sliders, Watermelon and Feta on a Salt Block.

Himalayan salt blocks have been around for several years. Intrigued by their beauty, I bought a 9-inch round stone for $25 a decade ago. It held promise as a novel serving platter and culinary tool, but I feared it would oversalt food and was timid about cooking with it.

It stayed hidden in my cupboard until a few weeks ago, when I was inspired by “Salt Block Cooking,” the new book from Mark Bitterman, a Portland selmelier (salt purveyor) and co-owner of The Meadow, which specializes in artisanal salt and chocolates. Armed with Bitterman’s book, I pulled out my salt block, picked up others in varying sizes, and started grilling and curing with them, making everything from preserved lemons to a watermelon-and-feta salad.

“People are titillated by it,” Bitterman said. “It’s visually incredibly dramatic. You’re cooking on this slab of 500-million-year-old salt.”

But even he admits to initially being intimidated by salt stones. “I had them for years before I really used them,” he said.

Bitterman first wrote about salt stone cooking in his James Beard-award winning book, “Salted.” His new book demystifies the stones and highlights their versatility with 70 recipes, tips, techniques and eye-catching photos.

He uses salt stones at room temperature to serve, season and cure; heated for baking, cooking and searing meats, fish and fruit; and chilled for ice cream and desserts. There are recipes for drinks in cup-shaped stones and for sauces, chocolate fondue and dips in bowl-shaped stones.

Salt Brick Grilled ChickenView full sizeSalt Brick Grilled Chicken

Salt of the earth

The stone is cut from boulders carved from the Salt Range of Pakistan. Although the stone has been marketed as originating in the Himalayas, the Salt Range is about 200 miles away, said Bitterman. Despite this mislabeling, Himalayan salt is considered among the purest in the world, free from pollutants, rich in calcium, iron and some 80 trace minerals.

These minerals are what give the slabs their distinctive color and appearance. They can be streaked, translucent, opaque or a combination of all three. They can be whitish, pink, deep red, amber yellow and even silvery blue. The fissures and color variations make each one distinct.

When heated, they change color and develop a patina in the same way that a cast-iron skillet or a wok is seasoned with use.

An Internet search uncovers the medicinal appeal of this unrefined, natural salt, praised for uses from nasal decongestants to bath salts. But above all, salt from this region is touted for its culinary use and flavor.

The hard facts about salt
Where to buy
Culinary salt stones come in small and large squares, rectangles and rounds, plus cups and bowls. There are two grades: “tableware” and “cookware.” Cookware grade is more expensive because it is thicker (at least 1.5 inches) and free of deep fissures, helping to ensure stability of the stone. Unlike cookware grade, tableware grade can be chosen for its beauty and safely used for cold and room-temperature preparations — but not for heated preparations.
Once a salt block has been heated, the color pales and it begins to take on the patina of cooking. Some devotees keep separate stones for cooking and serving.
Prices vary depending on grade and size. An 8-by-4-by-2 inch brick ($17 to $18) makes a good lighter-weight starter block for experimenting. Medium-size blocks can range from $26 to $62 and large rectangles from $83 to $122. Salt rounds range from $28 to $83.
Locally, find blocks at The Meadow, Kitchen Kaboodle and Sur La Table. SaltWorks in Woodinville, Wash., has a large selection for online ordering.
The websites for The Meadow and SaltWorks offer detailed information about using and handling blocks.
Heating a salt block
Be sure your block is cookware grade. Blocks can be used on electric and gas ranges, in the oven and on charcoal and gas grills. Your stone will take at least 45 minutes to heat to a high temperature. To prevent cracking or popping, heat it slowly from room temperature and follow the block’s accompanying directions carefully.
For gas grills, put the block on the cold grill directly over one burner, lower the lid, and turn that burner to low. Wait 15 minutes, turn on a second burner and set both burners to medium. Increase heat every 15 minutes until desired temperature is reached.
For charcoal grills, set up the grill with two levels of coals, one four coals deep, the other one coal deep. Heat blocks on grill over low heat for 15 minutes, then move midway between the low and high heat for 15 minutes and finally to high heat for another 15 minutes.
Cleaning and storing
Cool blocks to room temperature before cleaning. This can take several hours. Avoid soaking or running water on slab, as it will wear away the salt and trap moisture, which can lead to breakage when slab is next heated.
Wipe the block with a damp sponge, scouring any caked-on bits of food with a scouring pad or steel wool (not Brillo or SOS). Gently go over the surface until clean, then remove excess moisture with paper towels or a clean dish towel. Air dry at least 24 hours before next use.
The block is naturally anti-fungal and anti-bacterial. Store blocks indoors, away from moisture, humidity and heat.
— Joan Cirillo

The perfect seasoning

“Food will taste better,” said Bitterman. The salt concentrates the flavor by drawing out moisture and, when used properly, the block leaves food “perfectly seasoned,” he said.

The exploding interest in gourmet salts and healthful cooking have led to the increased popularity of salt stones, according to Naomi Novotny, co-owner of SaltWorks, a specialty sea salt company in Woodinville, Wash.

“They’re pretty,” she said. “Definitely when you’re entertaining they have great appeal. Plus the food tastes really good.”

But there is a learning curve, especially when it comes to regulating the amount of salt transferred to food.

Because salt is water soluble, food that is moister or marinated will absorb more salt; fatty food or food with skin absorbs less. If the stone isn’t hot enough, the food is likely to be more salty.

“Use a little bit of oil as a barrier. It shields the food from the salt,” said Novotny.

The oil also reduces sticky food bits. “It’s like cooking on a rock, so there’s nothing to keep things from sticking to it,” she advised. Bitterman said a metal spatula for scraping off food and thick oven mitts are key for handling food and hot stones.

Adventures in salt stone cooking

For my first attempt at hot salt stone cooking, I followed Bitterman’s advice and heated two salt bricks slowly on my gas grill (see accompanying box) and seared tiger shrimp in the shell, turning them midway.

Six minutes later, I was eating succulent shrimp, poached in its own juice in the shell. The straight-from-the-sea flavor was unlike anything I’d ever tasted.

“The salt penetrates the shell and gives you this salty, unctuous, buttery shrimp,” explained Bitterman.

When I grilled chicken (see accompanying recipe), the meat was moist and delicately nuanced with the minerals in the salt. Vegetables also picked up the distinctive seasoning.

“It can be tricky to know how much salt is being infused into the food,” noted chef Vitaly Paley of Paley’s Place.

Paley cooks prawns in their shells buried in coarse granules of Himalayan salt. “It’s dry heat. It immediately sears the shrimp,” he said. “This dry intensive heat just does something magical.”

He also uses 18-by-10-inch salt blocks, weighing some 30 pounds, to cure large pieces of fresh salmon.

“The block presses it and seasons it all at once,” said Paley, adding that this method cuts the typical curing time in half, to about 12 hours. He uses this fish to make a moist, complexly seasoned salmon pastrami, which occasionally appears on the Paley’s Place menu.

At Thirst on the Riverplace Esplanade, chef/owner Leslie Palmer makes gravlax by curing King salmon between salt blocks for 24 hours. Firmer than Paley’s pastrami, the gravlax is also rich with the blocks’ minerals. “It’s just so good on its own,” said Palmer, who shapes the gravlax into rosettes and serves it during summer with capers, red onion, crème fra‹che and dill.

Playing with salt stones

Note that salt stones can be heavy, and they change and wear down with use.

“They’re more delicate than you might think,” said Novotny. They need to be handled carefully to prevent breakage and tempered when heated to avoid cracking and possible bursting.

“Salt blocks won’t last forever. Eventually, they will break,” explained Bitterman. The block can then be ground for table use, broken into rock salt for heating and cooking (as in Paley’s shrimp in rock salt dish) or even tossed into a warm bath.

For some, heating and cleaning salt blocks is tedious and time-consuming. “I probably wouldn’t cook on one every night,” admitted Novotny. “It’s a lot of work.”

Like any culinary tool, though, I’ve found it gets easier with repeated use. And devotees relish discovering its many uses and how it transforms food.

Home cook Mary Sue Macy of McMinnville thinks it’s worth the effort. She’s been roasting trout and salmon on an 8-by-12-by-1-1/2-inch block she got recently as a gift.

“I’ve just been playing with it and I love it,” she said. “We just really like the flavor. It’s like fish out of the sea. I have no idea how it works, but the food is just delicious.”

Joan Cirillo is a Portland food and feature writer

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The Amazing Himalayan Rock Salt Supplier

Saindhav – the Himalayan rock salt, pink salt or Halite has been revered as the most superior among all types of salts (Lavana)  in Ayurveda. Named after its origins in Sindh region (now in Pakistan) i.e. Indus Valley Saindhav belongs to the highest echelon of functional foods in Ayurveda. It was formed about 500 millions of years ago during the Cambrium geological era, when the primordial ocean dried up, leaving pockets of salts sealed inside layers of earth and rock.

Discovered thousands of years ago, Saindhav gained popularity in 325 BC when Alexander The Great noticed it during his battle with King Poras on the banks of river Jhelum in the Punjab region (now in Pakistan). An entire mountain range in this ancient Indian province  was named ‘Salt range’ due to the large deposits of Rock salt found in these mountains. The second largest rock salt mines in the world- the Khewra mines is in the Jhelum district of Punjab which is now a part of Pakistan. It is also the largest source of authentic Saindhav or Himalayan Rock salt.

Saindhav has been extensively used both as a food and medicine in Ayurveda. Sealed inside the earth for thousands of years, saidhava is free from contamination of environmental pollutants and toxins. Like many other principles and practices of Ayuveda, use of Saindhav has also been incorporated in many rituals of Hindu religion in India. Foods consumed during Hindu religious fasting rituals are cooked exclusively with Saindhav. Unlike other salts which promote indulgence and temptation, Saindhav is believed to be dominant in Sattva guna which promotes positive attitude and purity of mind.

Qualities of Saindhav

  • Pacifies All the three doshas
  • Boosts fertility
  • Light to Digest
  • Promotes healthy eyesight
  • Wholesome
  • Promotes Appetite and Digestion

How to Identify Pure Saindhav?
Among many varieties of Rock Salt- saindhav has unique pink hue.  Saindhav has pink hue like rose quartz with blue, purple , brown  lines created by a variety of natural minerals found in it. Some Saindhav crystals can be reddish, off white, colorless or beige in color. Crystals, slabs, tiles, plates, salt lamps etc. made for Himalayan Rock salt/Saindhav are widely popular in culinary as well as holistic health enthusiasts.

Ayurvedic texts have mentioned three varieties of Saindhav-

  • Red
  • White
  • Crystalline

Crystalline Saindhav is ideal for use in therapies. Specialized enemas or Basti therapies like Anuvasana and Niruha contain Saindhav for improving their efficacy.

Healthy Substitute for Table Salt
Replacing table salt with Saindhav is especially beneficial. Unlike plain iodized salt, Saindhav contains about 84 natural minerals which gives food a full bodied flavor as against the flat taste of the table salt. Cooking food on slabs of Saindhav is also gaining popularity due to its unique taste and flavor. Also, due to abundance of many trace minerals like potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, sulfur etc. it is also healthier than table salt. Saindhav is alkaline in nature hence helps in balancing the body pH.

Wholesome Food
Saindhav has been emphasized as a wholesome food (and medicine) in many disorders like cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, kidney disorders, asthma, fever and a spectrum of diseases affecting our digestive system by the ancient Ayurveda texts.

Boosting appetite and digestion
A pinch of saindhav taken along with half inch piece of fresh ginger and lemon juice before food stimulates appetite and digestion. Also, common discomforts like bloating, gases, abdominal pain and tendency for constipation are relieved by taking saindhav before food. Those with internal or external piles should take one pinch saindhav with a glass of fresh buttermilk every morning or afternoon. Also, it boosts tissue metabolism hence is healthy for maintaining healthy body weight. Saindhav in food also helps in elimination of toxins by our intestines and colon.

Pregnancy Health
A pinch of Saidhav taken with 1 teaspoon dried Amla (Indian gooseberry) powder can relieve morning sickness, nausea and acidity experienced during pregnancy.

Kidney Health
Researchers at Allahabad University in India have found that saindhav is a healthy choice for patients with kidney disorders. As compared to table salt, saindhav contains less sodium. The ratio of sodium to potassium in saindhav is 38:5which is suitable for maintaining homeostasis of sodium and potassium in kidney disorders. Also, researchers found that aluminum which is toxic for the kidneys is absent in saindhav. Instead it is rich in magnesium- an essential micro-nutrient. 1

Dehydration remedy
Unlike table salt which can cause dehydration due to high sodium content, Saindhav is beneficial in preventing dehydration due to its low sodium and rich mineral electrolyte content. Little saindhav added to a glass of lemonade is an ideal beverage for maintaining optimum hydration during summers.

Aches and Pains
Soaking into a tub of water added with saindhav helps in relieving body ache, muscle spasms, sprains, and tiredness and also in relieving pain of arthritis. Fomentation and hot compress with water and saindhav is ideal for relieving localized aches and pains.

Skin Health
Body scrub made with saindhav helps in exfoliation, rejuvenation of skin, boosts circulation and helps the skin to eliminate toxins more effectively.  The skin looks softer, healthier and a lot younger by regular use of saindhav. Bath with Saindhav also helps in relieving dry and itchy skin of eczema, psoriasis and other similar skin conditions. Also, common skin issues like acne dermatitis etc. are relieved by adding saindhav to bath water and in scrubs and face-packs.

Too much of good is bad
Although saindhav is a healthier choice among salts, its overuse must be avoided. Overuse of this healthy salt can also lead to complications like raised blood pressure and heart disorders. Hence, moderation is a must!

References

  1. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-04-29/allahabad/28009067_1_salt-kidney-diseases-kidney-patients

 
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Qualities of Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp Supplier & Manufacturers

The Himalayan Rock Salt is so named because of its occurrence in the Himalayan Mountains. It contains 10 different types of minerals & 84 trace elements which are important for human body. There are different types of salt present on the earth like standard salt, refined salt, and cooking salt & Himalayan Rock Salt. The Himalayan rock salt is mainly mined in the Khewra mine in Pakistan, which is the largest salt mine in the world.

Qualities of Himalayan Rock Salt

The Himalayan Rock Salt is the purest salt available on Earth. Himalayan Rock Salt is beneficial for human health and because of its health benefits it is used all over in the world. Naturally it is present in the form of small rock which is white-pink or sometime red in color which becomes white after the conversion of rock in to the powder form. The color difference is due to mineral contents and the iron level present in the salt. Minerals inside of this unrefined gift are necessary for the body to transmit an electric potential to occur at the membrane wall of cells allowing energy to release.

Health Benefits of Himalayan Rock Salts     

  1. Crystal salt regulates the water content in your body.
  2. Ability to maintain the pH in the cells, mainly in the brain cells.
  3. Can help in reducing the signs of aging and be helpful for limiting progression of skin diseases (ie. Psoriasis, eczema).
  4. May assist patients with diabetes in maintaining the blood sugar level.
  5. Responsible for the generation of hydroelectric energy in the cells of body.
  6. The absorption of food from the walls of intestine can also be facilitated by the Himalayan rock salt.
  7. The respiratory health can also be improved in the patients suffering from the respiratory diseases.
  8. Sinus problems can also be reduced with the help of Himalayan rock salt (neti-pot).
  9.  It has also been observed that the Himalayan rock salt may be responsible for increased libido in both men and women.
  10.  The muscle cramps can be prevented with the use of this salt.
  11.  The blood pressure is regulated by this salt when it is used in conjugation with water (may ameliorate some negative effects of high NaCl)
  12.  Natural powerful antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-fungal agent – supportive of health & suppressing infective diseases.

Comparison of Himalayan Rock Salt vs Sea Salt

The sea salt is obtained by evaporating sea water. The sea salt is not pure any more as the seas are dumped with waste products and oil spills. The salt obtained from the polluted sea water contains mercury, PCBs and other toxins.

While the Himalayan rock salt is in pure crystalized form with lots of health benefits. As it is obtained by mining, it is in pure form without any toxins.

Discussion of Sodium Chloride (NaCl) – America’s “Salt”

Sodium Chloride (NaCl) is a chemically refined version of what nature perfected. When ingested, NaCl is missing the natural equalizing counterparts including potassium, calcium, magnesium – each of which are naturally in far lower concentrations in the natural form of salt.

NaCl is recognized as an aggressive intracellular poison – for each .035 ounces it takes 23 times the amount of its own cellular water to neutralize & eliminate NaCl.  Average daily salt consumed in the U.S. is between 0.4 – 0.7 ounces and our bodies can excrete 0.17 – 0.25 ounces each day.  Uric acid can bind to excess NaCl in the body which can cause different kinds of rheumatism such as arthritis, gout, kidney and gall bladder stones in attempts to “eliminate” this substance.

Often, table salt can have iodine or fluoride artificially added.  In addition, frequently preservatives are added to salt… this does not make sense as salt itself is a preservative.  These salt preservatives may include calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate & aluminium hydroxide (aluminum is suspected to increase Alzheimer’s risk).

Uses of the Himalayan rock salt

The Himalayan Rock Salt can be used as follows:

  1. Directly by seasoning food. Use this as an additive instead of NaCl to minimize some of the damage done from processed, refined foods.
  2. Making sole brine by mixing the salt in water by making 26% concentration of the brine. Allow salt crystals to naturally dissolve in time – at equilibrium it becomes 26%. This brine can be taken as one teaspoon full daily.
  3. To avoid the salty taste of brine, the brine can also be intake by mixing the teaspoon full brine in 1 liter of water and drink the whole amount of water.
  4. The salt mixed with hot water can be used to treat sinus, pain, injuries, cuts, gargles and as skin scrub. Try a nice soaking bath using 1 kg of salt!
  5. The Himalayan rock salt lamps can be used to refresh the indoor air and improve the ambience of a place.
  6. Added to Dr. Bragg’s Raw Apple Cider Vinegar with raw honey & water for a healthy, cleansing drink (try substituting water with club soda for a treat!)
  7. Sole Inhalation (1-8%) – Add 0.7 ounces of crushed crystal salt into a steaming pot of water. Inhale the sole steam for 10-15 minutes – organs will bind pollutants in mucous so gunk may be coughed up.
  8. Gargle & spit sole solution upon onset of sore throat for speedy recovery.
  9. Use a 1% solution as an eye bath or a sinus flush (ie. “Neti-pot”).
  10. Topical sole solutions may be beneficial in open wounds (use 1% to avoid stinging), poison oak, ivy & sumac.

Warning

People suffering from severe ailments like kidney disease, heart disease, high blood pressure, digestive disorders etc. should consult their doctors before consuming the Himalayan Rock Salt as it can have adverse effect on health of the patients.

References:

  • Hendel, Dr. Med Barbara, and Peter Ferreira. Water & Salt – The Essence of Life. Print.
  • “Himalayan Salt – Purest Salt with Amazing Health Benefits.” Natural Health Products by Dr. Joseph Mercola. Web. 06 Dec. 2011. <http://products.mercola.com/himalayan-salt/>
  • Himalayan Rock Salt Health Benefits | LIVESTRONG.COM.” LIVESTRONG.COM – Lose Weight & Get Fit with Diet, Nutrition & Fitness Tools | LIVESTRONG.COM. Web. 06 Dec. 2011. <http://www.livestrong.com/article/387840-himalayan-rock-salt-health-benefits/

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Just eating it! Himalayan Edible Salt | 100% Organic Salt

Want the simplest way to enjoy the health benefits of himalayan salt? Just swap himalayan salt for the refined stuff in your salt shaker!

Misinformed dietitians warn the public to decrease dietary sodium. Studies tell us that this is dangerous advice, since sodium restriction is associated with increased mortality (1) and insulin resistance (2, 3)

The health benefits of himalayan salt include: 

  • Supporting thyroid and adrenal function
  • Aiding in overall hormone balance for men and women
  • Supports a healthy and fiery metabolism
  • Contains 84 trace minerals vital for wellbeing
  • Is required to make adequate stomach acid  (Read more about the importance of salt)

Himalayan salt should be freely enjoyed. (If you have kidney disease, however, it is recommended that you work with a health practitioner when increasing salt, unrefined or not.) Salt your food to taste, and maybe a little more! 

Add a pinch of himalayan salt to all your beverages to improve hydration. My Adaptogenic Sports Drink Recipe uses himalayan salt and a special herb to improve hormone balance and hydration.

 

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Salt Therapy (Himalayan Salt Inhaler) | Himalayan Salt Massage Stone

Spelotherapy, also called salt therapy, utilizes salt to address respiratory diseases and improve overall health. Although little known in the U.S., it is widespread in Europe. Since the 1800s, many people visit European salt mines (of himalyan salt)  to breathe in the salt-rich air. One modern form of salt therapy consists of sitting in a room pumped with salt-laden air.

When the salty air is inhaled, the minute salt particles travel through the entire respiratory system. The antibacterial and antimicrobial properties purify and detox the lungs and sinuses. Studies show that salt therapy is widely effective for:

  • Reducing asthma (many users report no longer needing their rescue inhaler)
  • Reducing seasonal allergies by cleansing the sinuses
  • Coughs and chest congestion
  • Improving the respiratory systems of smokers
  • Improving skin conditions like eczema and dermatitis
  • Improving lung function in individuals with cystic fibrosis (Source – Underground Wellness)

Additionally, although I didn’t see it mentioned in a study, but many people testify that salt therapy drastically improves snoring.

To use salt therapy at home, you’ll need a Himalayan Salt Inhaler(This is a cheaper option but I haven’t tried it.) This is a porcelain jar with a spout. It comes with himalayan salt, and you put this in the base of the inhaler. Then, put your mouth over the spout and inhale the purifying salt air. Exhale through your nose. Do this for at least 10-15 minutes per day (you can do it in 5 minute intervals). It’s easy to do while you watch TV.

You can use himalayan salt or Real Salt in a salt inhaler.

 

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Himalayan Rock Salt Health Benefits

Himalayan rock salt is also known as pink rock salt because of its distinctive pale pink color. Mined in Pakistan, Himalayan rock salt is a naturally occurring salt rich in a number of minerals. Himalayan salt can be harvested as large blocks, such as for cooking slabs or making rock salt lamps, or it can be crushed into medium and small pieces. It can also be ground up at home in a salt grinder to use in cooking, much like regular sea salt.

High Mineral Content

According to Dr. Helen Smith of the Auckland Holistic Center, the high mineral content of Himalayan salt is why many people assume it has numerous health benefits. As well, Dr. Smith states a natural salt such as Himalayan compares favorably to table salt, which is treated with chemicals and anti-caking agents. Along with sodium, Himalayan salt has high quantities of phosphorous, calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, zinc, selenium, copper, bromine, zirconium and iodine. All of these minerals occur naturally, so the mineral content is available in rock salt format as well as with the smaller grains of Himalayan salt.

A Natural Source of Sodium

As a natural salt, Himalayan rock salt is high in sodium, which is essential for your body to function properly. In addition to regulating blood volume and pressure, sodium helps your nerves transmit information, is used in muscle contractions and is required for numerous heart functions. While sodium is available naturally in many foods, it is most commonly ingested as added salt in the American diet. The daily recommended upper limit for sodium is 2,300 milligrams for healthy adults, and 1,500 milligrams for those who have a history of heart disease, are over 51 or who are African American.

Using It in Cooking

Himalayan rock salt can be used in cooking either in whole pieces or ground up for more delicate seasoning. Because of their larger size, Himalayan rock salt pieces are best added whole to soups, stews and sauces where the high liquid content lets them dissolve easily. Himalayan rock salt can also be ground with a mortar and pestle or a salt grinder to create smaller sized grains. To keep your sodium consumption in check, measure out the amount of salt you use. A one-quarter teaspoon of salt has 500 milligrams of sodium per serving.

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