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Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt and Lamp- Why Should You Try It

“Pink crystal salt” it seems that the term resonates from the Barbie world of pink and purple. But it is not, it is unprocessed raw salt hand mined from the salt caves that were formed 250 million years ago in the pristine region of the Himalayas.

Specialty of pink crystal salt

This salt contains the full spectrum of 84 minerals and trace elements, writes Mike Adams at It is mined in Khewra salt mines in Pakistan. The salt comes in reddish or pink color and hence the name. The pinkish color is due to the iron oxide present in it.

Health benefits of pink crystal salt

Dr. Mercola briefs us about its amazing health properties….
·      Pink crystal salt regulates water content
·      Promotes healthy pH balance mainly that of brain cells
·      Improves blood sugar health
·      Reduces signs of ageing
·      Improves respiratory health
·      Prevents muscle cramps
·      Aids in good sleep
·      Good for vascular health and sinus health

The exceptional qualities of this wonder salt is that
·      It is a higher grade natural salt
·      It is hand mined (forget about digging nose)
·      It contains no environmental pollution.

Now that’s a great thing to know.

Have you heard about Himalayan salt lamps?

Large crystal rocks are used as salt lamps. Now these are carved from large salt crystal rocks. They are often colored or made to glow with a candle or incandescent light on the inside.

If you are a person who is interested in interior decoration and really want to do something creative with your interiors, then you can go in for Himalayan crystal salt lamps. They give an attractive glow and can be used for ambient mood lighting.

A piece of ancient crystal rock in your living room with some mild music….that’s glorious.

Some people believe that the soft glowing light from the heated salt crystals emit positive energy in the surroundings.

If you are interested in buying these crystals and salt lamp you can order it online at

Take care,


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