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Modern conventional salt is refined and highly heated, which robs it of its natural minerals and trace elements while fusing sodium and chloride into a toxic mixture that poisons our bodies. Celtic Sea Salt is harvested from the ocean off Brittany, France in an age-old tradition. Never refined, Celtic Sea Salt provides the body with needed natural sodium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iodine, and such trace elements as silver, zinc, selenium, and manganese, among many other nutrients. As a natural salt, it is an important source of sodium chloride which in small amounts is vital for good health. The coarse Light Grey salt is still moist, dried only by the sun, and is best ground with our Ceramic Salt Mill. An incredible healing nutrient. Use Celtic Sea Salt - your body will thank you!
We highly recommend the Ceramic Salt Mill as ceramic grinders are the only mills found to work with the coarse salt, which is moist. Mills with any metal content will corrode and thus should not be used. Attractive clear design with a heavy duty ceramic grinder. Available in black and white (2" diameter x 5" tall)
Q. What's in Celtic sea salt that I need?
A. Natural Sodium, Magnesium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iodine, and trace Elements such as Silver, Zinc, Selenium, and Manganese among others.
Q. Why is Celtic salt better than table salt?
A. Regular table salt is mined for nutrients like magnesium and then sold to us as a byproduct! Table salt's sodium and chloride are fused together under high heat and pressure so those valuable nutrients become toxic and dehydrating for the body.
Q. Does it taste different than table salt?
A. Celtic salt tastes a bit less intensely salty than table salt.
Q. Won't eating any salt increase my blood pressure?
A. Many holistic doctors have observed that simply adding Celtic salt to a person's diet will help normalize their high blood pressure. (Tom Cowan, MD, San Francisco in particular)
Q. How is this salt produced?
A. SaIt is harvested from the ocean off Brittany, France in an age-old tradition. It is never refined.
Q. How is it different than other sea salts?
A. Many sea salts claim to be natural and unprocessed, but in fact are stripped of valuable nutrients.
Q. Can I use a standard salt mill for Celtic Sea Salt Coarse Light Grey?
A. Do to the moisture in this high quality sea salt, a standard grinder with metal components will corrode and should not be used. Out Ceramic Salt Mill (4356/7) is ceramic and won't corrode.