Himalayan Crystal Salt is THE Best07.05.2012
by Life Enthusiast Staff
The Most Beneficial Salt Available on our Planet
Himalayan Salt is the most beneficial, cleanest salt available on our planet. It is primarily a storage medium for life force energy.
Regular consumption of Natural Himalayan Salt provides your body with natural minerals, trace elements and living energy. This will balance the fluids in your body, support proper nutrient absorption and toxin elimination. Your health and vitality will be renewed and maintained.
Himalayan Salt is of the purest, highest grade, taking millions of years under great tectonic pressure to mature. It remains untouched by any pollutants, and contains eons of stored sunlight. Over time, the salt's energy was built up, forming a crystalline structure, with a high concentration of life force energy.
There are no additives; pure salt with the balance of nutrients that nature intended. The highest quality salt is in natural crystals: very scarce, but available (stone or rock salt is 100 times more common). It is often necessary to mine one hundred times the amount of rock salt to secure the precious crystal salt.
Fortunately, salt still exists in its natural, original crystal form, to provide your body with the same elements from which original life evolved. All life started in a sea of salt water; the primal sea. Every vital process is directly connected with living energy potential, that is released when water and crystal salt combine.
This special salt is waiting to have its inherent stored energy set free, by adding water. The resulting Brine is a pure ocean of energy. All its inherent minerals and trace elements are available in colloidal form. This guarantees that your body can absorb necessary potassium, calcium, magnesium and trace elements.
Together with pure spring water, Natural Himalayan Crystal Salt offers the complex mineral foundation for life to emerge, to be maintained and sustained. It is a simple and pure, yet most effective preventive health measure we can easily take.
Plinius, a Roman writer (23-79 AD) already declared:
"Crystal salt is the most important remedy for mankind."
Production of Himalayan Salt
Carefully harvested by hand (without explosives & heavy machinery), our salt has the primordial life force within the crystals preserved.
Quality is controlled over the entire production process by an internationally accredited, independent company. Salt rocks (30 to 50 kg) are manually cut from the mine, tested, transported to a production facility in Delhi (India), and yet again tested for quality by the above mentioned company and a chemical engineer. They are washed in brine, sun dried and sorted by color.
Crystal salt floats in transparent, whitish, pinkish or reddish shiny veins in the salt mountain, and crystallizes in areas where sufficient pressure was available to form this perfect crystalline structure. The more transparent and colorless the crystals are, the higher their purity. The more geometrically perfect the cube shaped crystal is, the higher is the information and energetic content. Compare its structure to a diamond.
The purest, nearly transparent salt crystals come from a thin layer of the mine, and look like uncut diamonds. These are the edible crystal salts. The darker salt stones are processed into Bath Crystals. While the bath stone salt production is done in India (by Indian employees, none of whom are children), the pure crystal salt is shipped to Germany, where it is again tested by the accredited laboratory that authorizes the well-deserved seal of excellence used on all of these products.
Rocks directly from the mine
Cutting of the pieces
Washing in brine solution
Drying in the sun
Jevatee Products are inspected and certified by SGS
SGS is the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With 36,000 employees, SGS operates a network of about 1,000 offices and laboratories around the world.
Originally founded in 1878 in Rouen as French grain shipment inspection house, the Company was registered in Geneva as Society Generale de Surveillance in 1919. Shares of SGS were first listed on (SWX) Swiss Exchange in 1985. Since 2001, SGS has only one class of shares consisting of registered shares.
The core services offered by SGS can be divided into three categories: