Himalayan Rock Salt

Himalayan salt has been maturing over the past 250 million years under intense tectonic pressure, untouched by many of the toxins and pollutants that pervade other forms of ocean salt.

It contains the same 84 natural minerals and elements found in the human body.

Himalayan salt’s unique cellular structure allows it to store vibrational energy. Its minerals exist in a colloidal form, meaning that they are tiny enough for our cells to easily absorb.

It is mined in the Khewra Salt Mines, the second largest salt mine in the world, located in Khewra, Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan, about 300 km from the Himalayas.