THOUGHTS ABOUT SALT
This link highlights some unbelievable salt mines around the world, showing how the minerals in landscapes and seascapes create various types of salts:
Each salt has its own unique mineral make-up. Some possess more potassium or more magnesium, more selenium or more copper, etc. The mineral composition of each salt depends upon the landscape or seascape where the salt was formed and what minerals were present in the environment at that time.
Wind, sun and weather also have an influential role in determining the mineral ratios, especially with the flake sea salts which are formed and harvested each year.
When you incorporate Master Salt into your daily life, the full spectrum of elements begins to rebuild and replenish,
slowly, gently, effortlessly to the core; literally, to the bone.
Our bodies crave and seek minerals all the time to keep it fortified, armored, protected, able and smooth-functioning. Master Salt will help everything: from easy elimination to breathing. From every heart beat to ridges in the nails. From blood pH to stronger eyesight and tooth remineralization...Master Salt can improve every bodily function.
Aim for mineral-rich blood. Not mineral-poor.
The minerals in salt re-set your energetic pathways of electrical frequency. With ample salt in your blood, the body takes what it needs and creates its own mineral balance.
The alloys become the allies.
Listen to your body. Become your own master about your personal and individual salt requirements, which vary day to day.
Re-salt yourself and find your own ratios.
The salt/water ratio in the cells is not static. Society tells us to drink 8 glasses of water a day, but the reality is some days we need more water and some days less. Same with salt. Some days we need more, sometimes, less. Even a tiny pinch
of Master Salt in water, a micro-dose, won't impart a salty taste and yet the cells will hydrate effortlessly.
If you're a person who drinks primarily distilled water, then it becomes critical to add some salt to your water to
remineralize it, otherwise the distilled water will leach minerals from your body.
Unlike Master Salt, uniform, white, ordinary table salt is nothing more than 2 elements: sodium and chloride with almost all the other major and trace minerals stripped and sold to industry [see chart below].
This common, processed, refined, table salt is then bleached white, often mixed with dextrose [a sugar] and has anti-caking agents added so it can pour easily.
[Refined salt can include anti-caking agents (potassium or sodium ferrocyanide), free-flowing agents (magnesium carbonate, calcium silicate, sodium
silico-aluminate and tricalcium phosphate), and iodizing agents: potassium iodide or iodate with dextrose, aka sugar, to stabilize the iodide].
Did you know that the individual mineral supplements sold in stores [magnesium, calcium, selenium etc.] are the stripped trace minerals from refined salt? Processed and refined salt has been stripped of all the trace elements, leaving only NaCl, sodium and chloride.
Regular use of Master Salt will provide all major and trace minerals without having to buy additional mineral supplements.
Esoteric meanderings: We are walking, moving, flexible pillars of salt. We all have an inner ocean running through our veins. Humanity evolved with salt and we are made of water and salt. We sweat salt, cry salt, create salty layers in our nose to trap bacteria. We are created in a salty womb and after we die, we are left as salty ashes or bones made of salt minerals. We are electro-magnetic organisms that require the stimulus of the metals in salt to make our own, individual current or frequency or vibe have cohesion, ease and connection to all our operating systems.
Salt is crystalline in structure and the only rock on the planet that is edible for humans.
An innocent pinch of Master Salt and 'you got the whole world in your hands'.
We literally hold the Earth between our fingers in the form of salt grains and the earth is holding us, keeping us alive with planetary minerals.
Throughout the ages, people have used salt as protection to ward off negative spirits. People considered salt a preservative to prevent decay and repel evil. They would make salt circles around their beds or houses or scatter a handful of salt on the floor to energetically cleanse the environment.
People have tried 'turning lead to gold' using salt as the basis.
Hypothesis: could Master Salt be protective against environmental pollutants?
Consider this idea: if you are mineral-rich from ingesting Master Salt due to the wide selection of minerals, then individual heavy metals pollutants, like aluminum, can bind with the other metals and elements in
mineral-rich blood and get excreted.
Conversely, if you are mineral-poor, then aluminum from the environment becomes a predominant metal in the blood, and it binds with itself, aluminum already present internally, forming toxic aluminum alloyed bonds in the brain and elsewhere. Aim for mineral-rich blood so a variety of elemental bonds can form as nature intended.
And another thought: if salt preserves meat from rotting, does it also preserve our internal organs from decay?
The secret to the fountain of youth is that the water is salty!
Salt under a microscope
We emerged out of the sea and we kept the ocean inside of us.
The mineral ratio of salt in the ocean is the same ratio as the minerals in our blood.
When we breathe fresh ocean air laden with salt molecules, we re-vitalize and feel cleansed and alert.
Salt is the basis of ancient alchemy and the basis of ormus alchemy.
As with anything, the dose makes the poison and too much salt without adequate water will cause lethargy, weakness, seizures and coma. Four large tablespoons or around 60 grams of salt is fatal.
Salt water will clean and disinfect a wound.
A heavily-salted sea creates levity where objects float effortlessly.
We say someone is "worth his salt" and "worth his weight in salt" and we describe a person or people as
being "the salt of the earth."
Salt is so significant for humans, we even have salt receptors on our tongues. The salty taste is necessary to stimulate saliva production and the salt itself is the precursor for enzyme production; the more enzymes we produce the more easily our food is digested and absorbed.
Salt has neither smell nor fragrance. Salt vanishes in water. Evaporate the water and the salt re-appears.
Salt is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral....no bacteria can live in salt. Traditionally, we preserve or cure our food with salt. In fact, salt is the only reason that certain fermented foods stay edible without refrigeration.
Processed salt is necessary for hundreds of industries, from glue to detergent, agriculture, tannery, textiles etc.