The Remarkable Differences Between Crystal, Sea, and Table Salt

Salt Crystals at 100x Magnification

What Do These Images Tell Us?

Himalayan Crystal Salt Sea Salt Common Table Salt

It shows beautiful finely formed crystalline structures that have no shadows or rough edges. Up to 84 elements of the crystal are interactive with one another.

Irregular shapes and separated crystalline structures are no longer connected to the natural elements.

After processing ordinary table salt, all minerals have been removed except sodium and chloride. The crystals are separated, dead and totally useless to the body.

(Copyright from the book “Water & Salt, The Essence of Life”)

 

Himalayan Crystal Salt

The balanced crystalline structure reveals fine branching, no shadows or rough edges.  The crystal is not isolated from the inherent mineral elements (84) but is connected to them in a harmonious state.  This tells us that the energy content, in the form of minerals, is balanced and can be easily metabolized by the body.  This crystal is full of life.  When taken as food, it will have a vital energetic effect on the body. The result is only a net gain for the body with zero energy loss.

Sea Salt

The irregular and isolated crystalline structures are disconnected from the natural elements surrounding them. Because of this disconnection, the vital minerals cannot be absorbed by the body (no matter how many they contain!) unless the body expends tremendous energy to vitalize them. The net gain is small with an even greater loss of energy.

Common Table Salt

The unnatural crystals are totally isolated from each other and dead. In order for the body to try to metabolize these crystals, it must sacrifice tremendous amounts of energy with very little results, resulting in a damaging loss and zero gain. The salt deposits in our bodies look similar to this photo, isolated and dead.

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