Salt is a truly wonderful thing. At one point in time, salt was worth its weight in gold. Cities like Salzburg, Austria, which still has massive salt mines, created vast fortunes out of something that, today, is generally seen as inexpensive and readily available. You see, salt isn't just something to flavor your food with, it's also an invaluable mineral that can improve our health - when used correctly.
Out of all the salts available on the market, Himalayan pink salt is among the best. It's purer and tastes better than most forms of regular table salt, and also possesses some remarkable health benefits.
If you don't like the taste of pink salt, that's fine too. You don't have to eat salt to obtain its many benefits. Just by having some in your home, you can use it to alleviate ailments like allergies, migraines, and insomnia.
But wait - before you start sprinkling it all over your house! There's a much easier, more elegant solution to avail yourself of the benefits of Himalayan salt.
G.S. Rahi, associate professor of Physical Science at Fayetteville State University, says that using salt lamps in your home can do wonders for your body and mind.
According to him: “As all living systems (including human beings) are bio-electric in nature, the electrically charged particles affect the way we feel and act.”
“In a natural setting, a balance of positive and negative ions contributes to one’s sensations and perceptions. Atmospheric ions can affect health, well-being, efficiency, emotions, and mental attitude of human beings.”
According to Rahi, salt lamps are great at removing unwanted ions from your home, and are wonderful to have around when you're working or exercising. People report that the lamps help increase their concentration and energy.
Not only are Himalayan salt lamps good for your body and mind, but they're also gorgeous. You can add a lot of atmosphere to your home by taking advantage of the soft glow these lamps provide.
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H/T: David Wolfe