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Old 10-05-2010, 12:26 PM   #21
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Gnosis - the salt having the rotten egg smell is BLACK SALT.
Holy S###
are we talking black magic here


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Black ritual salt, a colored salt used in certain occult practices
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Old 10-05-2010, 12:35 PM   #22
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Well i've got some and it states-also known as Kala Namak. Unrefined black salt is made from himalayan crystal rock using an ancient method. It does smell like sulphur-but then sulphur is good for you! I shall have to get my old Spell book out then!!

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Old 10-05-2010, 12:44 PM   #23
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Gnosis i did not mean you specifically was scare mongering but i meant where you got your info from. Wiki can also get info wrong too although some is correct.

The reason behind having to list ingredients you can liken to precription medicines to need licence to prescribe the poisons or to sell the poisoned meats and processed foods cos of allergies- as human body's shouldn't have these substances-it covers legal bills i guess and anyone trying to challenge.

I have multiple chem sensitivities and know what suits me and what makes me ill this is why i sourced to best of my knowledge for me what doesn't make me feel ill. I've signed many a petition for protecting the herbal and natural medicines cos that is what i find is good for me but not what you buy on shelves of shops. Funny i've never felt ill-er from any natural as next to nature as you can get foods and supplements. But eat any supermarket foods and prescription medicines and i would be very ill indeed.

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Old 10-05-2010, 01:13 PM   #24
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the fluoride in the salt is natural, not artificially produced and there is far more calcium in the salt, so it is not dangerous nor bad for you.

It's important as always not to use too much salt though!
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Old 10-05-2010, 02:39 PM   #25
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the fluoride in the salt is natural, not artificially produced and there is far more calcium in the salt, so it is not dangerous nor bad for you.

It's important as always not to use too much salt though!
Do you have a list of ingredients on your salt packet, if yes could you post them on here.
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Old 10-05-2010, 05:59 PM   #26
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Cool It's cooked food where you add salt...

If you eat a mainly raw, vegan diet, you do not actually need to add any salt...you will find that it's only with cooked food that salt is added, (because when you cook food you are 'cooking' all of the salt and natural enzymes out of the food, so you need to add salt back in..) by the tv chefs and in recipes...you will find that if you eat, say a salad, you don't need to add salt...enuf in the leaves, toms, cucs, etc...

Another reason to go raw...
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Old 12-05-2010, 03:55 PM   #27
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Who the hell buys PINK salt??
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Old 12-05-2010, 04:01 PM   #28
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Dalem,

Thank you for the information. It was some months back I was investigating salt lamps. The Himalayan salt lamps seemed especially touted as beneficial. Never bought though, just put it on the back burner as something to think about.
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Old 12-05-2010, 04:38 PM   #29
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OP wow thanks for headsup. I see this for sale at high prices in shops
in east coast US all the time.
It's so "pretty"
pretty with a skull and crossbones more like.
Wow the NWO must be loling all the way to the bank with this one.
Let's give 'em pink salt loaded with toxins and tell 'em it's
precious and good for them. (loud evil laughter).
I think the USDA tests this stuff but after hearing that 1% of
all china foodstuffs coming into US is rejected as "filthy"
and that is only the stuff they CATCH I think I'll take my table salt
thank you very much.
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Old 12-05-2010, 04:40 PM   #30
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Well i've got some and it states-also known as Kala Namak. Unrefined black salt is made from himalayan crystal rock using an ancient method. It does smell like sulphur-but then sulphur is good for you! I shall have to get my old Spell book out then!!
Just make sure you don't give any to cats. Sulphur is poisonous to
cats.
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Old 12-05-2010, 05:08 PM   #31
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www.Detoxyourworld.com has kindly emailed me the paperwork they hold on analysis breakdown on Himalayan Pink Salt. They do try to source good quality products. Hope it helps a bit.

Pakistan Council of Scientific & Industrial Research
Laboratories Complex,Ferozepur Road, Lahore-54600

TEST REPORT NO: ACRC/IC/2008/417/1239

Name & Address of Customer: Mr Hikmen (Pvt.) Ltd,RB-3,2nd Floor,Awami Complex, New Garden Town,Lahore.
Request Ref #& Date: Nil dated 11.07.2008 Sheet No: 1/1
Description of Sample: Rock Salt No of Sample(s) One
ILO Log#&Date 217 dated 11.07.2008 Ref Code#: IC/417
Method used /Specs:
1. Vogel's Text Book of Quantitative Chemical Analysis 6th Ed (2003)
2. Colorimetric Determination of Elements by G.R. Charlet (1964)

Statement of Non-compliance: - Testing Date: 14.07.2008

RESULTS
The provided sample of Rock Salt was analyzed as follows:

Chloride Contents as NaCI (%) 98.80
Magnesium as Mg2+ (mg/Kg) 450
Sulphate as SO 4/2- (small 4 is low down and 2 is up above) 6000
Iron as Fe2+ " 1.9
Copper as Cu2+ " < 0.5
Chromium as Cr3+ " <0.05
Hydrogen Carbonate as HCO 3/1+ " 300
Carbonate as CO 3/2- " <100
Bromide as Br1- " 25
Potassium as K1+ " 3200
Manganese as Mn2+ " 0.15

---------------------------------- END ---------------------------

Dr Muhammed Zia-ur-Rehman
Senior Scientific Officer
Section incharge/TMR

Shahid Muhammed
Head
Applied Chemistry Research Centre

Signed by Director General but can't tell what name is!
Tel: ++92 42 5877429 PABX No. ++92 42 9230688-95 Fax. ++92 42 9230705
Email: [email protected] - Website http://www.brain.net.pk/-pcsir/hr.htm

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Results: Analysis of Salt

Parameters - Unit - Values Found
Cadmium as Cd++ mg/Kg Not detected
Arsenic as As +++ " Not detected
Mercury as Hg++ " Not detected
Lead as Pb++ " Not detected

I did ask about Celtic sea salt but it seems they do not sell it-now.
If anyone can get hold of an Analysis from online source of Celtic sea salt it would be good.


By the way as an aside The Seer Centre in Scotland sell Rock Dust to re mineralise soil they i think give a breakdown on their site of this.

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Old 12-05-2010, 05:24 PM   #32
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This is what David Favor says, his step by step guide is really worth a read if serious about health and immune system. I have no idea whether it is true but worth considering

http://radicalhealth.com/raw-food-di...t-sources.html

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Himalayan Salt is another quiet offender. We source our own Himalayan Salt now because most Himalayan Salt is ground with low grade, soft Nickel grinders. This outcome of this is most Himalayan Salt is full of atomized Nickel dust, which is far more toxic than Mercury
David Favor sells a nickel free sunfire salt which has himalyan salt in it

http://www.lovingsuperfoods.com/rawf...nfiresalt.html

I use fleur de sel on the recommedation of Dr David Jubb, he had some info on himalayan salt too but his website has been down the last few days.

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Old 13-05-2010, 12:39 AM   #33
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For those who would like to try Himalayan Salt, this place sales it for 2,59 per lb and FREE shipping for 10lbs or more.

http://www.sfbsc.com/himalayan-salts...FRwtswoduU6GJw
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For those who would like to try Himalayan Salt, this place sales it for 2,59 per lb and FREE shipping for 10lbs or more.

http://www.sfbsc.com/himalayan-salts...FRwtswoduU6GJw
Is the cheapness not a warning sign of bad things? I'd like to see the analysis on it.
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Old 13-05-2010, 11:23 AM   #35
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However i have taken a look on the site and it is nice goodies but in San Franciso so wouldn't be free shipping at all for UK.
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This is what David Favor says, his step by step guide is really worth a read if serious about health and immune system. I have no idea whether it is true but worth considering

http://radicalhealth.com/raw-food-di...t-sources.html



David Favor sells a nickel free sunfire salt which has himalyan salt in it

http://www.lovingsuperfoods.com/rawf...nfiresalt.html

I use fleur de sel on the recommedation of Dr David Jubb, he had some info on himalayan salt too but his website has been down the last few days.
Mmm i have a nickel allergy like in jewellry but haven't found any untoward issues with the Himalayan pink salt it doesn't seem to do harm,not that noticed anwyay. I've not heard of Dr Jubb !! But shall look into it. It is always good to get other informations and sites for folks to make informed decisions.

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Just make sure you don't give any to cats. Sulphur is poisonous to
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Oh my i wouldn't have known that one! well what a good idea sprinkle in my garden for neighbours pesky cats huh!!! n get my old spell book on the go-joking so longas they don't die on my patch!! How or why is it considered poison to cats? Where did you find it out?
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Old 13-05-2010, 02:58 PM   #38
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There is no fluoride in the crystal rock salt of Pakistan or anywhere else.

But there is fluorite which is calcium+fluorine and it is said to be relatively insoluble hence not very harmful. Sodium fluoride on the other hand dissolves quickly and forms fluorite in the body by stealing the calcium from brain and bones.


The original article didn't even state that, so it's bull.


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Oh my i wouldn't have known that one! well what a good idea sprinkle in my garden for neighbours pesky cats huh!!! n get my old spell book on the go-joking so longas they don't die on my patch!! How or why is it considered poison to cats? Where did you find it out?
I've also heard that you should not give an aspirin to cats as well.
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Do you have a list of ingredients on your salt packet, if yes could you post them on here.
there was a list of minerals in parts per million already listed, i believe by the OP, this is the information i was referencing
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