Will a salt water sole help those health challenges you are having?

Jan 30, 2017

I've already told you about solutions like oil pulling... A salt water "sole" is right up there for me in terms of the benefits it brings.  It could just be the missing link in your health regime that can help with a wide range of issues.  Definitely worth a try!

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First of all why would you consider adding sole to your daily routine?  In my own self and in my clients I've already seen it bring astounding results... It can help with a wide range of issues including muscle cramps, joint aches and pains, headaches and migraines, constipation, and dryness to mention just a few.

To describe it simply, you are making your own mineral rich, saturated, ionic solution that has the potential to impact on cells throughout your body. 

Here are just some of the ways in which it works:

  • It helps support detoxification within the body, including heavy metal detox.
  • It improves hydration and mineral absorption throughout the body at a cellular level.
  • It helps balance pH throughout your whole system.
  • It helps balance blood sugar and blood pressure.
  • It helps balance hormones, and supports adrenal and thyroid function.
  • It is a powerful anti-histamine.
  • It helps increase energy levels at a cellular level but also for the whole person.

After reading that incredible list I really hope you're inspired to grab a jar and give it a go.

Grab a glass jar with a plastic or glass lid (no metal as it will react with the salt solution if it's in prolonged contact with it).  Fill the jar 1/4 full with either sea salt, celtic salt, or Himalayan salt (that is what I used in these photos).  It's really important to use high quality, natural salt as table salt is a different composition and won't have the positive benefits you are wanting.  Fill the jar to a couple of cms below the top.  Put the lid on a shake it a lot.  Leave it for 24 hours.  If it is all dissolved then you need to add more salt and repeat.  If there is just a little bit that couldn't dissolve then your solution is "saturated" and very concentrated and ready to use.  Here is my concentrated solution.

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I like to take mine on rising, and I take it according to taste.  It is generally recommended to take a teaspoon in a glass of water.  Occasionally I have more than that because it feels like I'm really yearning for it.  Most times I just stick with a teaspoon - as a little bit works wonders.  Trust your taste buds though.  I don't think they will allow you to have any more than a tablespoon (as it does taste like sea water!) 

And it's that simple!

When your sole gets low just add more salt and make it again.  It lasts indefinitely as it is antibacterial and antifungal.

So give it a go, and let us know what you notice!

 



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