Frequently Asked Questions

The good news is there is nothing wrong with your Himalayan Salt Product! Himalayan Salt Products pull moisture from the atmosphere. The moisture from the atmosphere when comes in contact the oxidation leaves a white residue around your products.

The traces of minor oxidation can be removed by wiping the product with a wet or dry cloth and let it dry, preferably under the sun. You can also reins your Himalayan Salt Products, wipe them with a dry cloth and then leave in the sunlight for 30-45 minutes, and you will see an original shine and beauty restored in few minutes.

Please, don’t forget yo remove the cable, bulb and if possible the base of a Himalayan Salt Lamp before giving it a quick wash. Do not keep your Himalayan Salt Products under water for more than few seconds. Also, do not try to wash them in a Dishwasher.

One of the things we emphasize is the source defines the substance. Our salt is gotten from the world’s finest salt range located at the foothills of magnificent Himalaya. We ensure that all our consumers get a rich product that meets the highest global benchmark.

We all need some salt in our diet but, on average, it is advised that we must not consume too much. Regularly eating too much salt is associated with raised blood pressure, a risk factor for coronary heart disease and stroke.

By salt, we mean table salt (although we produce other salt-based products), which is otherwise known as sodium chloride. It is the biggest source of sodium in our diets.

Himalayan Ionic Crystal salt is good for you because the mineral profile of our product is not too dissimilar to the mineral profile of our bodies, in fact the mineral composition of the Himalayan Ionic Crystal Salt is the same as the amniotic fluid we are born in.

Underground salt deposits are what is found in both imbedded sedimentary layers and dome deposits. Salt deposits have been found to have encapsulated ancient microorganisms including bacteria. Salt even arrives on earth from outer space, and its presence on the planet Mars has led scientists to think life may exist there (or at least be supportable). Amazingly, surface salt deposits and man-made salt works can even be seen from space.

Sodium chloride crystals are cubic in form. Table salt consists of tiny cubes tightly bound together through ionic bonding of the sodium and chloride ions. The salt crystal is often used as an example of crystalline structure. The size and shape of salt crystals can be modified by temperature. Sodium chloride is available in several different particle sizes (gradation) and forms, depending on what the intended end use is.

Salt varies in color from colorless when pure, to white, gray or brownish, which is typical of rock salt (halite). Chemically, salt is 60.663% elemental chlorine (Cl) and 39.337% sodium (Na). The atomic weight of elemental chlorine is 35.4527 and that of sodium is 22.989768.

Besides making food delicious, it’s believed there are more than 12,000 uses for salt, and our grandmothers were probably familiar with most of them. A number of these uses were for simple things around the home before the advent of modern chemicals and cleaners.

Many of these salt uses are still valid today and can be much cheaper and more environmentally-friendly than more sophisticated products. We make no guarantee about the results if you try any of these uses and tips, but there must be something to them since they have been handed down over the years in many households. Most of these salt uses have stood the test of time.