Natural Home Cures Himalayan Crystal Salt Science Table Of Contents

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Salt Contains Minerals: Aluminum (Al), Bismuth (Bi), Boron (B), Bromine (Br), Calcium (Ca), Carbon (C), Cesium (Cs), Chlorine (Cl), Chromium (Cr), Cobalt (Co), Copper (Cu), Gallium (Ga), Indium (In), Iodine (I), Iridium (Ir), Iron (Fe), Lithium (Li), Magnesium (Mg), Manganese (Mn), Molybdenum (Mo), Nickel (Ni), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Rubidium (Rb), Selenium (Se), Silicon (Si), Sodium (Na), Strontium (Sr), Sulfur (S), Vanadium (V), Zinc (Zn)


ClimateThe Himalayan climate varies according to altitude. It gets colder as the altitude increases and gets wet as the altitude drops. The climate ranges from tropical at the foot of the mountains eternal ice and snow at the highest elevations...... (Read)


FeaturesOne of the most significant features of Himalayan salt is the fact that it goes back over two hundred fifty million years ago when the sun saturated the early ocean bodies...... (Read)

Geography Of The Himalayan Mountains
The Himalayas, from the Sanskrit word Himalaya meaning "abode of snow", are a mountain system in Asia, separating the Tibetan..... (Read)


Sole The Water Of Life: Sole (pronounced Solay) is essentially water that has been fully saturated with a natural salt. This isn’t just a small amount of salt dissolved in water, but rather water that has absorbed as much natural salt as it can and will not absorb anymore..... (Read)

Population, Habitation, and the Economics
The population, habitation, and the economy in the Himalayas have been greatly influenced by variations in climate and topography which both impose harsh living environments and tend to hinder movement and communication...... (Read)