Himalayan salt contains minerals as nature intended, which work with your body instead of against it. For over 200 million years, Himalayan salt deposits have been sheltered by the mountains around them, protecting them from pollution and contamination.
Over 250 million years ago, ocean salt settled in geological pockets. Since then, the tectonic plates have shifted in a way that sealed the pockets, protecting the sea beds from future pollution, pesticides and industrial waste. Today, the mineral-rich, pristine and unprocessed salt is just as nature intended. Since the salt was formed millions of years ago all we need to do is mine it. We mine using the salt and pillar method, which leaves half of the salt in the mine as structural support while the other half is removed for use. Each mine is excavated by hand using traditional methods with little to no waste or byproducts from manufacturing. The salt is then washed and ground into fine crystals.
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The Himalayan Mountains are made up of hundreds of mountains that separate most of India from the Tibetan Plateau. The mountains reach over 23,600ft in elevation and are home to the world's highest peak, Mount Everest. The region's climate varies from tropical at the base of the mountains to endless ice and snow at its highest elevations.