40 ARTISANAL, UNREFINED SALTS IN ONE BLEND.
IF YOU SEEK THE BEST OF EVERYTHING, MASTER SALT IS FOR YOU.
CANARY ISLAND SEA SALT - LA PALMA
NAMIBIA DESERT SALT
BORA BORA ISLAND TAHITI SEA SALT
DJIBOUTI LAKE SALT
CANARY ISLAND SEA SALT - LANZAROTE
BOLIVIA MOUNTAIN SALT
The secret to the fountain of youth
is that the water
A mesmerizing SALT SCULPTURE by Motoi Yamamoto
A BLEND OF 40 SALTS FROM ACROSS THE WORLD
A blend of 40 salts
from across world.
THE MOST MINERAL-RICH SALT ON EARTH
Iranian mountain salt mine.
THE RARE BLUE SALT FROM HERE IS ONE OF THE 40 SALTS IN MASTER SALT
SEA SALT FLATS.
CANARY ISLANDS ~ LA PALMA
ONE OF THE
40 SALTS IN MASTER SALT
In this Dutch masterpiece, the salt is wrapped in a cone
of newspaper on the silver dish, bottom right.
Still Life with Turkey Pie 1627 by Pieter Claesz.
Lake Assal Salt, Djibouti, East Africa
A fair-trade salt created by a natural combination of hot winds and atmospheric pressure on Lake Assal, the lowest point in Africa and the saltiest body of water on earth.
The pink color is the result of microalgae that thrive in salty conditions and produce high levels of beta-carotene, a reddish pigment that protects it from the region's intense sunlight. Towards the end of the summer the brine is evaporating gradually. What is left is the glittering pink salt with a content of natural beta-carotene, iodine and other valuable micro-elements. Natural and hand-harvested.
Ukrainian Lake Salt, Crimean Peninsula
SALT UNDER A MICROSCOPE
Rare Iranian Blue Mountain Salt
One of the 40 salts in the Master Salt blend
GLITTERING SEA SALT FROM BONAIRE .
ONE OF THE 40 ARTISANAL SALTS IN MASTER SALT
We are walking, moving, flexible pillars of salt with an inner ocean running
through our veins.
The mineral composition of all salts depends upon the landscape or seascape where the salt was formed and what minerals were present in the environment at that time.
Sea salt flats of Ibiza, Spain WWW.MASTERSALT.NL
In this Dutch masterpiece, we see how the salt and pepper on the silver dish were sold in wrapped cones of newspaper.
The shell is the 'salt cellar or the 'master salt' or a 'standing salt'.
Still Life with Turkey Pie 1627 by Pieter Claesz.
"Salt cellars are known by assorted names including:
open salt, salt dip, standing salt, master salt, and salt dish.
A master salt is the large receptacle
from which the smaller, distributed, salt dishes are filled; according to fashion or custom it was lidded, or open, or covered with a cloth.
A standing salt is a master salt, so-named because it remained in place as opposed to being passed.
During the Middle Ages, elaborate master salt cellars evolved. Placed at the head table, this large receptacle was a sign of status and prosperity, prominently displayed. It was usually made of silver and often decorated in motifs of the sea. In addition to the master salt, smaller, simpler salt cellars were distributed for diners to share; these could take forms as simple as slices of stale bread.
The social status of guests could be measured by their positions relative to the master's large salt cellar: high-ranking guests sat
above the salt while those of lesser importance sat below the salt ".
Probably Gustav Klingert, Moscow, 1887
A century ago, salt held a place of reverence at the table.
MOUNTAIN SALTS CRYSTALS:
ORANGE GERMAN SALT
BLUE IRANIAN SALT
CLEAR HALITE SALT
The secret to the fountain of youth
is that the water
1. Glass of clean water
2. Fresh squeezed lemon juice
3. Pinch of Master Salt
4. Raw honey to taste
To remedy a sore throat:
eat fresh-cut pineapple with a pinch of Master Salt sprinkled on top.
The salt enhances the sweetness of the pineapple
and is anti-bacterial.
The bromelain in the pineapple is anti-inflammatory.
Magnificent, pure sea salt from
Bora Bora Island, Tahiti,
is one of the 40 salts in Master Salt
Galapagos Islands Sea Salt:
The Humboldt Current, a major upwelling system and the most productive marine ecosystem in the world, comes up from the southern tip of Chile and drives the tide into natural pools, which then dry out under the intensity of the equatorial sun over a period of five months. This is how Galapagos Island Sea Salt is formed.
One of the 40 rare salts in the Master Salt blend.
Located 10,000 feet above sea level
in the Andes Mountains of Peru,
warm spring water seeps incredibly pure saltwater into terraced salt ponds.
On top of the mountain, the salt is white and pure. The lower you get the more rosé it will be; this is because the salt collects increased minerals as it flows down the hillsides.
Peruvian Spring Salt
is of the
40 artisanal salts in
IS THE NATURAL FEMININE~
MADE OF METALS,
IS THE NATURAL MASCULINE:
SOLID AND PROTECTIVE LIKE A KNIGHT'S ARMOR.
SALT AND WATER
PRIMARY ELECTROMAGNETIC BOND THAT INFLUENCES ALL LIFE ON THIS PLANET.
Salt in Latin is sal:
Salud ~ Spanish for
"to your health"
Austrian Alpine Mountain Salt
The quality of the salt you eat depends upon the location where the salt is harvested and what minerals are present in that environment. If you only consume one type of salt, you are only getting the minerals present from that one environment. Master Salt has 40 salts from a wide variety of locations, ensuring an incredibly broad mineral spectrum.
A blend of sea salt, mountain salt, desert salt, lake salt, spring salt, oasis salt and river salt, Master Salt is a powerhouse of 84+ major and trace minerals. There is no other salt with this level of minerals. A tiny pinch and you are imbuing your body with the full spectrum.
Master Salt has a richer, deeper taste than ordinary, common salt and therefore you will end up using less salt on your food. But it still tastes like salt of course, only a very, very good salt. It is a table salt, meaning it can be used on all food like any other salt.
Some salt grains in Master Salt are grey, pink, orange, blue, yellow, brown or black due to different mineral compositions.
Master Salt also contains very old salt that formed when the Earth was absolutely pristine. This salt is mined from mountain and desert regions where ancient oceans once existed. The mountain and desert salts are hundreds of millions of years old.
Re-salt yourself with the full spectrum of minerals that the body requires everyday. Salt is basic to our human existence.
To gain the immediate benefits of Master Salt, add a tiny [negligible] pinch to your morning drink of water. Water cannot be adequately absorbed by the cells without a tiny bit of salt. Everyone can start their day with fresh water and salt, flushing the inner ocean, replenishing minerals. It's cleansing and nourishing. Saturate yourself, hydrate yourself. It's so easy!
Read more how salt influences almost every function in the body.
FYI: All the salts in Master Salt are stored in glass jars [no plastic] once
VOLCANIC BLACK SAND BEACH
THERE ARE 2 DIFFERENT
FLAKE SEA SALTS
IN MASTER SALT
Bora Bora Island, Tahiti
Magnificent sea salt
from Bora Bora is one
of the 40 salts
in Master Salt
Sea salt flakes
[fleur de sel] have a fine, delicate structure, formed and harvested after only one year. Fleur de sel is considered "young salt", especially compared to Mountain Salts that are millions of years old from ancient, dried-up oceans.
All the salt in Master Salt
is unrefined, unprocessed, unbleached, wild,
that are hand-harvested;
all the sea salts
is actually a superfood!
The human body cannot live without salt. In fact, our bodies rely on it to help fight fungus, bacteria, and viruses. It’s important in the regulation of blood pressure, the proper functioning of the nervous system and brain cells, metabolism, digestion, adrenal function, and cell membrane permeability. It’s necessary to produce hydrochloric acid in stomach for digestion, reduces aldosterone (hormone released by adrenal glands to help regulate blood pressure) secretion in our endocrine (hormones that regulate body’s growth, metabolism, and sexual function) system, and it helps our body eliminate toxic substances by keeping them in solution. There’s so much more! However, not everyone realizes that there are different “types” of salt (refined and unrefined), and these differences will directly affect your health.
Why do people think salt is bad?
The problem with salt is not the salt itself, but the condition of the salt. In the 1940s the major salt producers in the USA began to dry salt at very high temperatures. This changed the chemical structure of the salt. These changes affect the human body adversely. In order to make salt whiter, dryer and easier to pour they removed the minerals and other nutrients so that what was left was pure white sodium. Sodium is only one chemical found in salt but it is what we buy in our supermarkets and what we erroneously call salt.
When we drink enough lightly salted water- creating alkaline, energized water-you will pass clear urine. We also pass out a lot of the chemical salts that were held back. This is how we can get rid of edema fluid or acidic fluid in the body; by drinking more alkaline energized water. Not with diuretics, but with salted water with Master Salt. In people who have an extensive edema or acidity and show signs of their heart beginning to have irregular or very rapid beats with the least effort, the increase in alkaline water intake should be gradual and spaced out, but not with held from the body.
This Miron jar looks black,
but actually it's deep violet glass.
Held up to sunlight it's exquisite.
Miron Glass: the best storage glass available
the packaging for Master Salt.
THE FRENCH SEA SALT IN MASTER SALT:
Certified organic in France, the salt's grey color comes from the natural clay that lines the beds of the revered Brittany salt pans where it is harvested. The acids in the clay soil purify the seawater in a natural way and the salt is created with more minerals from the clay bottom than that of a sandy bottom salt pan.
SALT FLATS IN FRANCE
Kalahari Desert Salt is ancient. Some people have quoted over 300 million years old. As the name implies, it comes from the Kalahari Desert where it is harvested from from a natural underground salt lake. The salt brine gets pumped to the surface before being dried in the sun. Robust with natural minerals and trace elements.
Kalahari Desert Salt, South Africa
One of the 40 salts in Master Salt.
The Sečovlje salt pans are the northernmost still functioning salt pans in the Mediterranean area and one of the few salt pans in the world where salt is produced after several centuries-old processes originating from at least the 14th century. Their speciality is that the salt pan workers cultivate petola (a 2 cm thick layer of algae, gypsum and minerals) at the bottom of the crystallization ponds.
This is a biosediment which prevents the sea mud merging with the salt and gives the salt numerous microelements and minerals necessary for the human organism.