THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF HIMALAYAN ROSE SALT
Dental Hygiene Himalayan salt can be used to maintain good oral hygiene. Add some of the salt to water, and let the crystals dissolve. Then use it for a good gargle to stop halitosis. If you have sore and bleeding gums, gargling three to four times a day with a Himalayan salt and water solution can help. An infected tooth can be painful and make your entire body hurt. Using Himalayan salt with water and swishing it around the sore tooth can help draw out the pathogens and kill bacteria and germs.
Himalayan salt aids in certain disorders of the skin such as acne. It works by drawing out toxins. The toxins that are in the body as well as under the skin can be one of the causes of skin disorders such as acne. Himalayan salt can be purchased in the form of a bar and can be used to wash the face. It can also be dissolved in water and used as a face wash. There are also recipes available online and at health food stores for making facial scrubs that can also assist in the treatment of acne.
A Study of Health and Himalayan Salt. A study conducted at the University of Graz in Austria found that people who drank water containing Himalayan crystal salt daily experienced improvement in respiratory conditions, organ functions, and connective tissues. Participants also reported sleeping better and having more energy. The study noted a boost in the ability to achieve higher concentration levels. Some of the study participants stated they lost unwanted weight while others involved in the study showed enhanced hair and nail growth.
Himalayan Salt Sole (Solay) Health Benefits. Many conditions can be treated with a mixture called sole. Sole can be made by placing several crystal salt stones in a 12-ounce jar with a wooden or plastic lid, adding 12 to 16 oz. of water, and letting it sit for 24 hours, or until the crystals have dissolved. Drinking 2 to 3 tbsp. daily can help prevent colds and flu and aid in weight loss. It can be rubbed on cuts and scrapes to help in healing. Adding a half cup to a bath soak can help with arthritic pain. A teaspoon of sole in a nettle pot can facilitate healing of sinuses.