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Among the minerals and trace elements in Celtic sea salt are calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, zinc and iodine. "The trace and ultratrace elements are found in the earth's crust and it is these that give the vital grayish color," says Regenerative Nutrition. "The slight moisture reflects the ability of the crystals to retain the salts and minerals in a form that the body can assimilate."
Scientific analysis demonstrates that Celtic Sea Salt contains at least 75 minerals and trace elements such as Sodium, Potassium, Sulphur, Calcium, Iron, Phosphorus, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Chloride, Silicon and more. Real salt is perhaps the most important thing that literally everybody needs. It is an exceptional product as it is naturally extracted by the use of sunshine. Its properties re-create the amazing powers of the ocean and it bears an astonishing likeness to human blood and body fluids. During World War II, navy doctors would use sea salt water for blood transfusions when blood supplies ran out and many lives were saved. Notably, the environment of an unborn baby is water and salt.
Sourced from the northwest coast of France, where it is harvested after seawater evaporates from clay ponds built near the shoreline. Live minerals and trace elements provide natural gray Celtic Sea Salt with its less salty flavor and health benefits, such as enhanced digestion, resistance to infections and bad bacteria, and increased alkaline levels.
- Provides potent minerals directly to cells.
- Rich in minerals and trace elements such as calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, zinc and iodine.
- Contains minerals that guard against muscle cramps.
- Delicious on food or to cook with.
- A major component of your blood plasma, lymphatic fluid, extracellular fluid, and even amniotic fluid.
- Carrying nutrients into and out of your cells.
- Maintain and regulate blood pressure.
- Glial cells in your brain, which are responsible for creative thinking and long-term planning.
- Helps your brain communicate with your muscles, so that you can move on demand via sodium-potassium ion exchange.
- Celtic Sea Salt contains 33% Sodium, 50.9% Chloride, 1.8% Minerals, Trace Elements and 14.3% moisture.
- Produced to ecological standards, free from agro-chemicals. Non-irradiated and GMO-free.
Celtic Sea Salt can be put on food, used to cook with or added to drinking water. There is no recomended amount
Container: Kraft brown paper pouch (Can be put into jar) 5kg bags come in BPA free plastic bags.
Storage: Keep in sealed. Store in a cool dry place, out of sunlight.
Q - How much Celtic Sea Salt do i need?
A - There is not a set amount of Celtic Sea Salt recommended daily, it's down to your preference, needs, and health issues.
Q - I'm not sure how much to take?
A - You should replace your current sea salt of table salt with Celtic Sea Salt for putting on food and cooking with, there is no recommended daily dosage.
Q - Is there another way to get the benefits from Celtic Sea Salt?
A - Yes, you can add Celtic Sea Salt to drinking water and drink, you can also retain it in your mouth for a short period before swallowing.
Q - Does Celtic Sea Salt expire?
A - Celtic Sea Salt will last for an indefinite amount of time without going bad or expiring. Salt is traditionally a natural preservative! Because salt is a mineral, not an organic substance, it does not spoil.
Q - How do i store it?
A - In a cool dry place.
Q - What can i store it in?
A - In the package it came in or pour into a jar.
Q - Why is the Celtic Sea Salt wet ?
A - The moisture in Celtic Sea Salt is not water, but rather mineral-rich brine. This brine is lower in sodium chloride and higher in beneficial minerals and elements. There are brine inclusions within the natural Celtic Sea Salt whole crystal. Celtic Sea Salt is alkaline when dissolved in water. Many health practitioners recommend Celtic Sea Salt, over other salts, because of the increased bio-availability of the minerals contained in the brine!
Q - Do I need to dry it out?
A - No
Q - Can I dry it out?
A - Yes. One method would be by oven backing, as follows...
(1) Pre-heat oven to 250 degrees fahrenheit (120 Celcius, Gas Mark 1/2). (2) Cover a large baking sheet with parchment paper and spread a thin layer of Celtic Sea Salt on it. (3) Bake for 10-15mins, stirring to break up any clumps, until salt has dried to your liking (humid climates may take longer). (4) Turn over off and leave salt in oven to cool. (5) Store in an airtight glass container.
Q - How is it different from the fine ground Salt?
A - Our coarse, moist salt gets its light grey hue from the mineral rich, pure clay lining of the salt beds it is harvested from. This is the way that the salt crystals naturally develop and how they look when they are first harvested. We allow our Celtic Sea Salt to remain in its brine rich state, hence the moistness. Our Celtic Sea Salt is 100% natural. That means no bleaching, no chemicals and no anti-caking agents. We would never adulterate the natural balance our salts derive from the ocean! Salt is not naturally free flowing and dry - that is a manufactured outcome.
Q - Does Celtic Sea Salt contain Iodine?
A - Celtic Sea Salt has a naturally occurring, trace amount of iodine at around 0.68 parts per million. Even though it is an important mineral component, Celtic Sea Salt is not considered a significant source of daily iodine. However, it is an all-natural, pure source of iodine that is quickly absorbed and stored in your body. Many Doctors who recommend non-iodized salt for their patients refer them to Celtic Sea Salt.
You may want to research the process of how other salts are iodized. A salt labeled as “Iodized” typically means that is was chemically added to the salt, possibly using an additive to bind the iodine to that salt. Thus, it is a misnomer that salt alone is a high source of iodine.
Q - How can use Celtic Sea Salt in a grinder or shaker?
A - A mortar and pestle is the best tool for the job. Depending on the climate where you live, you may find that your Celtic Sea Salt can retain some moisture. The salt is so raw and natural that it takes in moisture but also needs to be able to release it. Be sure to store your salt in a jar, preferably a glass one. The simplest method for drying out your salt is spreading it out on a dish and placing it by a sunny window. You may also store your Celtic Sea Salt in its original bag, loosely sealed. Try placing your bagged salt in the freezer for 12 hours to freeze-dry the outer edges of the crystals. You can even put your grinder in the freezer, with the salt inside it, but please remember to remove the grinder top from the glass bottom before doing so. Also try spreading the salt out on a ceramic dish and set it in a warm oven, that is turned off, and let the dish sit there until you are satisfied with the dryness. A low temperature under 250° F will not alter the mineral balance in the salt.
Q - Do I need to refrigerate the Celtic Sea Salt?
A - No, it can stored in a cool dry place
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