Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt
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“Best PH Booster Supplement On The Market Today, Hands Down”
Mark Brody of Columbus, Ohio
Verified Purchaser on 7/31Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Reviews

I love the Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt with its 84 minerals.
I just add a couple of granules of salt to my water and I feel more hydrated and oxygenated and it's less expensive and works just as good as those big name overly priced PH Boosters out there.


 “No Question - Your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Works!
Juanita Walker of Rapid City, South Dakota
Verified Purchaser on 7/3 Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Reviews

I had been using your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt granules for a little over 4 months. At a first I didn't think I saw any benefits and when I ran out of it, I did not order any more. That's how I realized your product truly worked. Here's my story:

There were days when my back, knees, and joints were in excruciating pain. I do have carpal joint arthritis and my arm, up into my elbows, was in severe pain. I even told my husband I was considering going to the doctor to see what was wrong. I do not go to the doctor unless I am experiencing real pain, but that evening, while sitting at my computer, I began to research and self-diagnose.

I thought I was getting enough rest, drinking plenty of water and eating well but I had pain all over my body. I am a religious person and was praying for an answer. Then suddenly I realized, I was no longer taking the Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt.

At first, I thought no, this could not be the answer but what else could it have been? I asked my husband to order more of your salt and in a couple of days the mailman delivered my order and within 24 hours of going back on the salt, the pain had completely vanished. I find it easiest when I take a couple of granules and drop them in fresh water and drink. There's is no question your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Works!


 “Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Helped My IBS & Restored My Natural PH Balance”
Gail Sturgeons-Elk Heart of Campbell River, British Columbia
Verified Purchaser on 3/1Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Reviews

My doctor wanted me to take extra sodium and electrolytes due taking a lot of laxatives for my IBS. So I bought your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt and started adding a couple of granules into my daily water intake.  

I thought, at first, it would make my water too salty but if you use just a couple of granules per glass it really doesn't change the taste at all.  Now, I have to admit, I drink a lot of decaf coffee often as much as 20 cups per day. Yes - you read right - 20 cups a day.  So I add a couple of granules to each cup of my coffee and believe it or not, I actually feel better. Your Himalayan Crystal Salt does work. I sleep better, I do not experience the bouts of constipation and my mild arthritis has gone away. I feel I have a lot more energy which is now allowing me to do more exercise and it has definitely improved my mental focus and clarity. I am not walking around like a zombie with brain fog any longer.

I came across your Natural Home Cures Mangosteen Acai Berry Soap which is incredible - my husband knows how much I love it, bought me some for Christmas.

Your customer service and attention to detail, speed and ease of ordering is as wonderful as your products. Keep up the good work and I am looking forward to joining your Natural Home Cures Distributorship Program.


“I Can Finally Drink Beverages And Go To The Restaurant With My Family And Friends!” 
Lady Nightingale (Tribal Name) of Whitehorse, Yukon
Verified Purchaser on 3/17 Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Reviews

I have Crohn's and I am unable to drink anything, quite literally that isn't high in alkalinity. That means no water, ice, tea, etc. With your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt,  I am able to drink water at home without having to buy the expensive pre-bottled kind. I can now eat and drink at parties and at restaurants. Whatever I drink, be it coffee, tea, water, juice, milk or anything else, I simply place a couple of salt nuggets into the beverage and it does not change the flavor or odor to the drink.

Since doing so, I feel absolutely fantastic. I can participate in our cookouts, enjoy our dances, and many people tell me I am more outgoing and sociable. This is always easy to do when you're in good health but not so if you're in a bad state of ill-health. You have a customer for as long as my spirit remains on this earth.


 “Good Product But I Think You Could Offer A Better Price” 
Jeff Dowder of Miami. Florida
Verified Purchaser on 10/13 Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Reviews

I found your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt website when I was doing some research on PH Alkaline and the role it plays in health. This search was started due to the fact I was drinking well water and found that it is more acidic than regular water which may be playing a part in psoriasis on my feet, legs, and hands. It seemed to coincide with the time I moved out to the farm a couple of years ago. Having an overly acidic body definitely makes it worse.

There is clearly a relationship between psoriasis and pH. I'm not saying chronic low-level acidosis causes psoriasis, but for me, it sure did exacerbate it. Ever since switching to a more alkalizing diet and correcting the pH of my drinking water, my psoriasis has gotten much better. The chronic thick postnasal drip which I have had in the back of my throat for years also has gotten dramatically better when I started to make my body more alkaline. So now each time I reach for something to drink I simply place a couple of granules of your Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt and things have never been better.


“Great For Acidity Issues” 
Wesley Crusher Jr of Oshawa, Ontario
Verified Purchaser on 10/24 Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Reviews

I am writing this review to let others know that if you have a very acidic diet and you're looking for something to alkalize you, then take a couple of granules of the Natural Home Cures Himalayan Salt and put it in your drink.

Get rid of your white table salt and switch to the pink salt. Everyone in my family reports the same thing - we are feeling and looking better and we don't suffer from many of the common colds we used to get. It's also less expensive than buying water ionizers.


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