Himalaya Salt 200g £1 @ TIGER store
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Himalaya Salt 200g £1 @ TIGER store

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The healthiest salt that packs a hearty 80+ minerals and elements, Natural Pure Himalaya Pink Salt. Healthier alternate to the traditional salt.

Watch the YouTube video below to see the benefits of Himalayan salt
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Sourced from The Himalayan mountain range stretches across Asia passing through China, Nepal, Myanmar, Pakistan, Bhutan, Afghanistan and India.

Using this salt for cooking, your food will taste better.
Even better than sea salt.
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    It can't be "pure" if it contains "80+ minerals and elements". A fool and his money are soon parted.
    It is either sodium chloride or it is sodium chloride plus lots of things you can't be sure about . Bogus and rubbish on YouTube but then it's not exactly a reputable source of fact is it? Most of the entries on this are either from fools who don't understand basic chemistry or people selling overpriced stuff.
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    *** Chemical Analysis of Natural Himalayan Pink Rock Salt ***
    Below is a spectral analysis of a typical Himalayan pink salt. Different parts of the deposit will differ slightly in their composition. Himalayan salt is a rock salt popular among health food advocates who seek it for the nutritional value of its fairly abundant trace minerals. Foodies (and the rest of us who just like to explore ways to make food taste better and more fun to create) also love Himalayan salt in its more massive, brick and plate form as Himalayan salt blocks.
    ****Element Symbol Analysis Type ****
    Hydrogen H 0.30 g/kg
    Lithium Li 0.40 g/kg
    Beryllium Be <0.01 ppm
    Boron B <0.001 ppm
    Carbon C <0.001 ppm
    Nitrogen N 0.024 ppm
    Oxygen O 1.20 g/kg
    Flouride F- <0.1 g/kg
    Sodium Na+ 382.61 g/kg
    Magnesium Mg 0.16 g/kg
    Aluminum Al 0.661 ppm
    Silicon Si <0.1 g/kg
    Phosphorus P <0.10 ppm
    Sulfur S 12.4 g/kg
    Chloride Cl- 590.93 g/kg
    Potassium K+ 3.5 g/kg
    Calcium Ca 4.05 g/kg
    Scandium Sc <0.0001 ppm
    Titanium Ti <0.001 ppm
    Vanadium V 0.06 ppm
    Chromium Cr 0.05 ppm
    Manganese Mn 0.27 ppm
    Iron Fe 38.9 ppm
    Cobalt Co 0.60 ppm
    Nickel Ni 0.13 ppm
    Copper Cu 0.56 ppm
    Zinc Zn 2.38 ppm
    Gallium Ga <0.001 ppm
    Germanium Ge <0.001 ppm
    Arsenic As <0.01 ppm
    Selenium Se 0.05 ppm
    Bromine Br 2.1 ppm
    Rubidium Rb <0.04 ppm
    Strontium Sr <0.014 g/kg
    Ytterbium Y <0.001 ppm
    Zirconium Zr <0.001 ppm
    Niobium Nb <0.001 ppm
    Molybdenum Mo <0.01 ppm
    Technetium Tc N/A unstable isotope
    Ruthenium Ru <0.001 ppm
    Rhodium Rh <0.001 ppm
    Palladium Pd <0.001 ppm
    Silver Ag 0.031 ppm
    Cadmium Cd <0.01 ppm
    Indium In <0.001 ppm
    Tin Sn <0.01 ppm
    Antimony Sb <0.01 ppm
    Tellurium Te <0.001 ppm
    Iodine I <0.1 g/kg
    Cesium Cs <0.001 ppm
    Barium Ba 1.96 ppm
    Lanthanum La <0.001 ppm
    Cerium Ce <0.001 ppm
    Praseodymium Pr <0.001 ppm
    Neodymium Nd <0.001 ppm
    Promethium Pm N/A unstable isotope
    Samarium Sm <0.001 ppm
    Europium Eu .0 ppm
    Gadolinium Gd <0.001 ppm
    Terbium Tb <0.001 ppm
    Dysprosium Dy <4.0 ppm
    Holmium Ho <0.001 ppm
    Erbium Er <0.001 ppm
    Thulium Tm <0.001 ppm
    Ytterbium Yb <0.001 ppm
    Lutetium Lu <0.001 ppm
    Hafnium Hf <0.001 ppm
    Tantalum Ta 1.1 ppm
    Wolfram W <0.001 ppm
    Rhenium Re <2.5 ppm
    Osmium Os <0.001 ppm
    Iridium Ir <2.0 ppm
    Platinum Pt <0.47 ppm
    Gold Au <1.0 ppm
    Mercury Hg <0.03 ppm
    Thallium Ti <0.06 ppm
    Lead Pb <0.10 ppm
    Bismuth Bi <0.10 ppm
    Polonium Po <0.001 ppm
    Astatine At <0.001 ppm
    Francium Fr <1.0 ppm
    Radium Ra <0.001 ppm
    Actinium Ac <0.001 ppm
    Thorium Th <0.001 ppm
    Protactinium Pa <0.001 ppm
    Uranium U <0.001 ppm
    Neptunium Np <0.001 ppm
    Plutonium Pu <0.001 ppm


    Edited by: "Xpert_1" 20th Feb 2015
    LOL Europium Eu .0 ppm
    jongerry

    It can't be "pure" if it contains "80+ minerals and elements". A fool … It can't be "pure" if it contains "80+ minerals and elements". A fool and his money are soon parted.It is either sodium chloride or it is sodium chloride plus lots of things you can't be sure about . Bogus and rubbish on YouTube but then it's not exactly a reputable source of fact is it? Most of the entries on this are either from fools who don't understand basic chemistry or people selling overpriced stuff.


    You should always take YouTube with a pinch of salt.
    Vitamin tablets and pills are cheaper and closer to correct amount needed by human body .As for rock salt it tastes and smells so bad it is never used in Indian cooking . Some rock salt can be very dark red and almost black in appearance and is called black salt . In Northern parts of India it is force fed to farm animals and cattle to balance their diet . It is thought to be good for digestion and will have to force yourself to lick it but there are far better alternatives available .
    Xpert_1

    The healthiest salt that packs a hearty 80+ minerals and elements, … The healthiest salt that packs a hearty 80+ minerals and elements, Natural Pure Himalaya Pink Salt. Healthier alternate to the traditional salt.Watch the YouTube video below to see the benefits of Himalayan salthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoE4ugZclk4&safe=activeSourced from The Himalayan mountain range stretches across Asia passing through China, Nepal, Myanmar, Pakistan, Bhutan, Afghanistan and India.Using this salt for cooking, your food will taste better.Even better than sea salt.



    There is no such thing as healthy salt.

    "If you read down the list of minerals, you will notice that it includes a number of radioactive substances like radium, uranium, and polonium. It also includes substances that act as poisons, like thallium. I wouldn’t be worried, since the amounts are so small; but if anyone believes the trace amounts of “good” minerals in Himalayan sea salt are good for you, why would they not believe the trace amounts of poisons and radioactive substances are bad for you?

    The claim that pink Himalayan salt contains 84 trace minerals may be true, but the claim that it “promotes health and wellness” is false until proven otherwise by legitimate clinical studies. While waiting for evidence, I’d just as soon my salt didn’t contain uranium."


    Source: http://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/pass-the-salt-but-not-that-pink-himalayan-stuff/

    Xpert_1, maybe you need to change your username to GullibleFool_1?
    Xpert_1

    *** Chemical Analysis of Natural Himalayan Pink Rock Salt *** Below is a … *** Chemical Analysis of Natural Himalayan Pink Rock Salt *** Below is a spectral analysis of a typical Himalayan pink salt. Different parts of the deposit will differ slightly in their composition. Himalayan salt is a rock salt popular among health food advocates who seek it for the nutritional value of its fairly abundant trace minerals. Foodies (and the rest of us who just like to explore ways to make food taste better and more fun to create) also love Himalayan salt in its more massive, brick and plate form as Himalayan salt blocks.****Element Symbol Analysis Type ****Hydrogen H 0.30 g/kg Lithium Li 0.40 g/kg Beryllium Be <0.01 ppm Boron B <0.001 ppm Carbon C <0.001 ppm Nitrogen N 0.024 ppm Oxygen O 1.20 g/kg Flouride F- <0.1 g/kg Sodium Na+ 382.61 g/kg Magnesium Mg 0.16 g/kg Aluminum Al 0.661 ppm Silicon Si <0.1 g/kg Phosphorus P <0.10 ppm Sulfur S 12.4 g/kg Chloride Cl- 590.93 g/kg Potassium K+ 3.5 g/kg Calcium Ca 4.05 g/kg Scandium Sc <0.0001 ppm Titanium Ti <0.001 ppm Vanadium V 0.06 ppm Chromium Cr 0.05 ppm Manganese Mn 0.27 ppm Iron Fe 38.9 ppm Cobalt Co 0.60 ppm Nickel Ni 0.13 ppm Copper Cu 0.56 ppm Zinc Zn 2.38 ppm Gallium Ga <0.001 ppm Germanium Ge <0.001 ppm Arsenic As <0.01 ppm Selenium Se 0.05 ppm Bromine Br 2.1 ppm Rubidium Rb <0.04 ppm Strontium Sr <0.014 g/kg Ytterbium Y <0.001 ppm Zirconium Zr <0.001 ppm Niobium Nb <0.001 ppm Molybdenum Mo <0.01 ppm Technetium Tc N/A unstable isotope Ruthenium Ru <0.001 ppm Rhodium Rh <0.001 ppm Palladium Pd <0.001 ppm Silver Ag 0.031 ppm Cadmium Cd <0.01 ppm Indium In <0.001 ppm Tin Sn <0.01 ppm Antimony Sb <0.01 ppm Tellurium Te <0.001 ppm Iodine I <0.1 g/kg Cesium Cs <0.001 ppm Barium Ba 1.96 ppm Lanthanum La <0.001 ppm Cerium Ce <0.001 ppm Praseodymium Pr <0.001 ppm Neodymium Nd <0.001 ppm Promethium Pm N/A unstable isotope Samarium Sm <0.001 ppm Europium Eu .0 ppm Gadolinium Gd <0.001 ppm Terbium Tb <0.001 ppm Dysprosium Dy <4.0 ppm Holmium Ho <0.001 ppm Erbium Er <0.001 ppm Thulium Tm <0.001 ppm Ytterbium Yb <0.001 ppm Lutetium Lu <0.001 ppm Hafnium Hf <0.001 ppm Tantalum Ta 1.1 ppm Wolfram W <0.001 ppm Rhenium Re <2.5 ppm Osmium Os <0.001 ppm Iridium Ir <2.0 ppm Platinum Pt <0.47 ppm Gold Au <1.0 ppm Mercury Hg <0.03 ppm Thallium Ti <0.06 ppm Lead Pb <0.10 ppm Bismuth Bi <0.10 ppm Polonium Po <0.001 ppm Astatine At <0.001 ppm Francium Fr <1.0 ppm Radium Ra <0.001 ppm Actinium Ac <0.001 ppm Thorium Th <0.001 ppm Protactinium Pa <0.001 ppm Uranium U <0.001 ppm Neptunium Np <0.001 ppm Plutonium Pu <0.001 ppm



    Personally speaking, Dead Sea Salt is kinda better still ..... hehehehe lool. :-)
    Thanx OP. :-)
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