The table salt used today has nothing in common with the meaning of the word "salt", because the table salt offered in the food stores today consists only of sodium chloride. This has nothing more to do with salt! Natural salt is a symbiosis of all the individual components of salt.

In its natural state, salt is made up of 84 different elements; the very same 84 elements that built our planet and created the physical body !

Interesting, because our body fluids contain the same salts in almost the same mixing ratio as the sea water. So we can assume that our blood is nothing but "altered sea water" with all the 84 elements contained in it.

Each of these 84 elements in turn has an electromagnetic field, each with a specific vibration. The interaction of these naturally occurring elements in salt are extremely important for our body. The saying of the "salt of life" should also be well known to you.

Resourceful people (assholes and poisoners) nowadays manage to refine 82 elements out of these original 84 elements, so that only two elements remain afterwards: Sodium and Chloride.

Many people do not know that up to two thousand chemicals are needed to extract these 82 elements from the original salt.


It is also interesting to know that substances such as germanium, gold, magnesium, etc. are produced during this process and offered by the industry to other customers. A good 95% of this refined salt is further processed by the industry.

The remaining 5% finds its way into the food trade. The table salt offered there is iodized practically throughout, although it has been clearly proven that this forced iodization entails harmful side effects. To increase the pourability of salt shakers, other chemical ingredients are added: Calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, sodium fluoride and other E-substances.

Sodium chloride represents a highly aggressive poison for our human organism. Here is a small example: A fish would not survive five minutes in an aquarium filled with sodium chloride. It would jump, if it is safe, from the contaminated aquarium to the other one filled up with fresh water.

On average, we consume about 10 to 30 grams of refined salt daily through our food. The kidneys, if you are healthy, process an average of only 5 to 7 grams, the rest remains in the body.

For every gram of salt that remains in the body, it needs about 200 times the amount of water to bind and isolate the remaining salt. In doing so, the body needs our precious cell water, which means that the body cells are deprived of their water. This constant lack of cellular water subsequently leads to dehydration: we slowly become dehydrated. Almost every adult person suffers from these consequences.

The isolation and binding of sodium chloride with cellular water creates water tissue in the body; a tissue without function and an ideal breeding ground for deposits and bacteria. This inevitably leads to the formation of kidney stones and the formation of crystals in the bones and joints. Another function of natural salt is to build up the electrolyte balance and thus the electricity in the body, which in turn is extremely important for the nervous system.

The alternative to common table salt or iodized sea salt is pure crystal salt, which has matured for centuries under pressure in the mountain and was not exposed to any impurities: rock salt from the Himalayas.

This salt was formerly known as "royal salt" and reserved only for the nobility!

Old sodium chloride toxins that have built up over years as crystalline deposits on joints are most easily dissolved with a brine drinking cure by taking a teaspoon of salt brine (26% salt concentration) every morning for several weeks. This also restores the electrolyte balance of the body in a natural way.

Other extremely interesting and scientifically recognized means to treat arthrosis, arthritis and other joint diseases are described in detail in the three previously published sections:

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