Lumière de Sel®
Coarse Granulated Salt

(500g and 1000g boxes)

  • Naturally RAW
  • Unrefined
  • Without Additives
  • Kosher Certified

This completely unrefined Himalayan Crystal Salt is suitable for being freshly ground in a salt grinder. The raw salt is preserved in its natural, wholesome state; all 84 minerals and trace elements remain unaltered, available in a unique form that can be easily absorbed and metabolized by the body. It offers a rich, naturally delicious taste.



Over 80 Minerals – Excellent Absorbability into Your Cells

This pink-coloured Himalayan crystal salt has an ionized colloidal structure, making the 84 minerals and trace elements contained in the salt easily absorbed by the digestive system, and thus, nourishing to the cells. After switching to Lumière de Sel unrefined Himalayan salt, individuals have reported improved wellbeing, including increased energy. A Microscopic View: The Differences Between Crystal, Sea and Common Table Salt


An Ancient Formation
Himalayan Crystal Salt is the most rare and precious form of natural salt — formed millions of years ago, under the pressure of the Himalayan Mountains where ancient seas had dried up from the energy of the sun. This enormous pressure changed the molecular structure of the rock salt deposits, trapping the sun’s energy (bio-photons). The salt remains uncontaminated by today’s environment – making it the best quality Crystal Salt in the world.

Used by Ancients for Food and Medicine

Before the existence of white, chemically processed “table” salt, ancient peoples in the Himalayan region had great reverence for a special salt sourced from the foothills of the majestic mountain range. They consumed this special salt both as food and as medicine, most notably in Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicine.

This salt was Himalayan Crystal Salt – the same salt found in Lumière de Sel® products. Recently rediscovered in the West, this salt is now available for your well being and enjoyment here in Canada, thousands of years after the ancients were walking the foothills of the Himalayas.

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