salt your way to health
THE NATURAL WAY
Breath of Salt
Making Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole (Brine):
If all the salt crystals have dissolved, add a few more salt crystals to the water. Your Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole is ready when the water becomes fully saturated with salt and cannot hold any more. The salt will no longer dissolve at this stage. Your finished Sole should resemble the above photo. There should always be salt crystals in the jar. As you use up the Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole, after some time, add more water and more salt crystals until the water is again saturated. Remember, there should always be undissolved salt crystals on the bottom of the jar. This is your visual proof that the water is totally saturated with salt
Each morning, before eating or drinking anything, add a few drops or up to one teaspoon of the Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole to a glass of artesian, spring, or distilled water, and drink. Your body will receive the energetic vibration pattern of the Himalayan Crystal Salt and hold it for up to 24 hours. Drink several glasses of water during the day. Keep the container covered to prevent the water from evaporating. Otherwise, no special storage is needed. The fully saturated Himalayan Crystal Salt Sole will keep forever! Salt is a natural anti-bacterial and natural fungicide. It simply cannot spoil or go bad.
Sole (pronounced so-lay) is much more than just dissolved salt in water. At saturation of solution (sole) the negative poles of the water molecules surround the positive ions in the salt and the negative ions in the salt are surrounded by the positive polarized particles of the water molecules. This changes the geometric structure of the water and the salt, and creates something entirely new that is neither truly salt or water, or saltwater. The elements and minerals are completely free within solution and independent of the crystal structure as found in solid form. This state of liberation offers an excellent method for the maximum transfer or exchange of energy and physical benefit to the individual partaking of Sole. This is exactly what transpires when water and salt meet. The willingness of the water to give up its own identity, in return, liberates the salt from its manifested identity—to overcome and release the powers of the crystal and to separate sodium from chloride, thus reducing them to their most basic form- ions, which releases their stored energy and information.