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When we started off, we had a lot of questions. We spent months researching and finding answers.
We know a lot of myths might have caught your attention too. So here we are, with our Raw Truths!

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Pink Himalayan rock salt can also be used as a refreshing body/face scrub or bath salt. Large blocks of organic Himalayan pink salt can also be used on the grill to add a natural flavour to delicacies or chilled to be used as a serving dish.

Raw Facts:

Organic Himalayan pink salt has no added minerals or colours and is unrefined. Its purity, proven health benefits and the inherent presence of 84+ minerals is what makes it more expensive than regular salt.

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Pink Himalayan rock salt is harvested from Khewra salt mine, the second-largest mine in the world. These deposits are the remnants of a salt lagoon that evaporated some 800 million years ago. Legend has it that the discovery of these salt mines traces back to the Army of Alexander the Great, when horses from his cavalry started licking the salt rocks and the soldiers noticed.

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Salt constitutes a tiny yet significant portion of our daily meals. For it to start making the expected difference in terms of health benefits, the usage has to be consistent and spread across a significant period of time. Once you start experiencing the benefits, there's no turning back.

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Pink salt can be a relatively new product for you, which raises quality identification concerns. The crystal colours range from red to a slight pinkish tint. To determine the quality, dissolve 1 Tbsp in a glass of water and look for a slight pinkish tint of the salt solution.

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Himalayan pink salt contains a very low percentage of iodine. People who do not have any clinical condition or specific requirement of high iodine need not worry, provided that they have various other sources of iodine in their diets such as eggs and dairy products like milk, yoghurt, cottage cheese, etc.

Raw Facts:

Calling Himalayan salt 'organic' is a fact-error. Since it is a mineral, it can never be organic or inorganic. It can be pure or impure.

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