I’m sure you have heard about the wondrous Himalayan Pink Salt which has been taking over the world as of late. But if you haven’t then you are missing out a lot. However, I have got you covered as I’m all set to talk about what is himalayan pink salt and does it deserve all the hype or not.
First of all, let’s throw light on the facts that have made it the much-hyped for all the legit reasons. Himalayan pink salt is one of the very few natural elements that exist in the same form (pure with rich texture and beautiful shades) as it was when it was first discovered. It is also proved that Himalayan salt is the part of the Earth since it came into being. Moreover, it is the ultimate supporter of the great cause of sustainability as it is mined and further manufactured using all natural methods. With most table salts, you’re just left with one mineral (sodium), some of the industries may add iodine but in the case of Himalayan salt, it is full of great health benefits.
For all the above-mentioned reasons, our experts at the Pink Salt Wall (PSW) chose Himalayan salt for making the great salt products. However, our best selling salt product is salt brick as it is used to make Salt Room for meditation and treatment purposes. Moreover, other salt products include Salt Lamp, Salt artifacts (Salt Vigor, Salt Ducky), Salt Spire for spa needs, Salt Fingo as a perfect replacement of Salt Room, Salt Table, Salt candle holders, and others.
These products are famous all over the world as they not only look absolutely mesmerizing but also have great health benefits. Himalayan salt has the power to maintain body temperature, blood pressure, and sugar level. It is also a great anti-bacterial catalyst which kills the bacteria from the surroundings. Moreover, it also soothes the mind, nourishes the skin and improves the respiratory conditions.
Himalayan salt also has a strong historical background. During World War II, a German doctor found that people who stowed away in salt mines that were utilized as tunnels to hide from the air strikes had better respiratory conditions. Moreover, back in 326 BC, amid the war of Hydaspes, the wounded soldiers took refuge in the salt caverns along with their wounded horses. They witnessed their horses getting healed quickly as they licked the walls of the salt caverns.