AllNutrition Himalayan fine salt
Himalayan salt, also called pink salt, owes its name to its origin and pale pink colour. It is mined in Pakistan from deposits in the foothills of the Himalayas. Formed hundreds of millions of years ago as a result of the drying up of the oceans, its deposits are deep underground, mined from a depth of 400-600 metres.
Why use Himalayan salt? It contains many valuable microelements and elements for the body such as: phosphorus, sulphur, calcium, carbon, copper, titanium.
It is worth replacing traditional table salt with Himalayan salt, as it does more than perfectly boosting the taste of dishes.
Himalayan salt is not only used for consumption, but has also found its way into salt baths.
Ingredients: Himalayan salt
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