Himalayan Pink Salt Chunks 5kg
Size: 50-100mm Weight: 200-500g each salt rock.
These amazing Himalayan rock crystals have immense beauty, healing and therapeutic qualities, especially when heated.
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Add Himalayan salt chunks to your fire bowl, make your own fire bowl, add to your bathwater (to help relieve aches and pains), why not warm up the salt rock slightly and place on your head if you are experiencing head tension (heat slightly, don’t make it hot). There are endless uses for these gorgeous pink pieces of nature!
Our Himalayan Pink Salt Chunks are hand-mined from the foothills of the virtually untouched Himalayan Mountains.
Himalayan salt crystals formed by nature over 250 millions years ago when continents collided, raising ocean beds high into the mountains of the Himalayas.
Remedial uses for Himalayan Salt Chunks
- If warmed slightly, they can be placed directly on your head to relieve headaches.
- When added to your bath, they become a relaxant to get rid of aches and pains.
- As a sole, it makes a great mouth wash or douche, can be used to make a poultice and various other uses for saline water.
Benefits for Farm Animals
- Salt Licks – Himalayan salt chunks are perfect to use as salt licks for horses, cattle and other livestock. They provide essential minerals, particularly sodium, that animals need for their overall health.
- Mineral Supplement – These salt chunks can act as a natural mineral supplement, offering important trace minerals like calcium, magnesium, and potassium to help maintain the well-being of animals.
- Hydration Support – Salt licks can encourage animals to drink more water, helping them stay hydrated, especially in hot weather or during increased physical activity.
- Behavior and Health – Salt licks can also help satisfy an animal’s natural salt cravings, potentially reducing undesirable behaviors like licking or chewing non-nutritive objects.
Note: Always consult with a veterinarian or animal nutritionist to ensure you’re providing the appropriate amount of salt for your specific animals, as their needs can vary.