Fine Grain Himalayan Salt – Survival Salt
This Fine Grain Himalayan Salt:
- Is one of the purest salts available for cooking, preserving and supplemental uses
- Is harvested from ancient sea salt deposits in the Himalayan Mountains
- Ranges in color from off-white to pink
- Includes over 84 minerals and trace elements such as: calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron
- Is food grade and antimicrobial
- Has a unique flavor profile and nutritional value
- Great for cooking, canning, preserving and trade
Himalayan Salt: Uniquely beautiful
Deep within the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains is the purest salt in the world. It is a mineral rich salt with a pink hue. It can be used in lamps, candle holders, inhalers, therapeutic baths and for cooking, preserving & trade.
Himalayan Salt, when left raw and in its natural state, is rich in nutrients and minerals. Pink Himalayan Salt re-mineralizes the body with minerals and trace elements essential to our health and well being.
Benefits of Himalayan Salt
- Trace Minerals: With 80+ more elements than just sodium and chloride, it includes trace minerals that the body needs.
- Pollution Free: Formed over millions of years, it is not processed like white salt. Completely free from pesticides, PCBs and other synthetic chemicals.
- Salt stores forever: Potentially already millions of years old, there is no expiration date! We also already know you can make salted meats to preserve their storage life plus salt makes other foods turn into preparedness foods.
- Salt helps prevent dehydration: This is why animals enjoy salt licks, salt is an essential compound that allows your body to store water and move water among your cells.
- Salt is essential for cooking, nutrition , preserving , and trade.
Top 15 Uses for Salt when the SHTF
Salt can be used to preserve meat, fish and game that is caught in the wild, as wells as fruits and vegetables
Himalayan salt can provide dietary sodium and several essential trace elements.
Salt has served as currency throughout history. It’s many benefits give it great value.
To alleviate the discomfort of a mild sore throat, gargle several times daily with a mixture of 1/4 teaspoon Salt and 1/2 cup warm water*. It’s like taking a liquid lozenge.
You’ll no doubt be doing much more walking after the SHTF…To prepare a salt water bath, pour 6 quarts (1-1/2 gallons) warm water in a large basin. Mix in 1/4 cup Salt and 1/4 cup baking soda. Soak feet for up to 15 minutes.
Salt added to water makes the water boil at a higher temperature, reducing total cooking time (it doesn’t make the water boil faster).
Add two teaspoonfuls of salt in a cup of water. Place the egg inside. A fresh egg sinks; if it floats, it’s rotten.
Easily wash a greasy iron pan by using a little salt with paper towels.
To remove pinfeathers easily from a chicken, rub the chicken skin with salt first.
To prevent mold on cheese, wrap it in a cloth dampened with saltwater before refrigerating.
Adding a pinch of salt to milk will keep it fresh longer.
Sprinkling a little salt in canvas shoes occasionally will take up the moisture and help remove odors.
If stung, immediately wet the spot and cover with salt to relieve the pain.
Occasionally throw a handful of salt on the flames in your fireplace; it will help loosen soot from the chimney and salt makes a bright yellow flame.