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One can say "water is life", but also "salt is life". Let's just agree the oceans are the source of all life emoticon

Salt's a big deal. Entire economies used to run on it and for good reason. Ron Cusson's research strongly suggests that all great civilizations started along river deltas where sweet and salt water mixed and allowed for superior plant life, which in turn allowed for superior health of the people and animals living there, which in turn allowed for superior mental abilities, starting off the superior culture.

Most important(ly missing nowadays) mineral thereby is magnesium. Magnesium [Mg] is 3:1 to calcium in ocean water but 1:2 in rocks; that means that river water contains a dangerous ratio of calcium to magnesium and Ron Cusson explains how this effects our health negatively.

Good salt contains all sea minerals, especially Mg. HOWEVER, when salt evaporates, sodium chloride [NaCl, i.e common table salt] collects on the surface to form an almost pure NaCl crystal layer that can be scooped off. This is the SALTY tasting stuff and that's why salt makers just scrape it off [it's 70% of the seaminerals!] and sell THAT as salt, i.e. table salt. It's poison, however...
PROPER seasalt is made through mixing the NaCl with the other seaminerals, the so-called bitters [that taste bitter, not salty], or even by throwing some of the NaCl out.

My own mixture of seaminerals is already properly mixed seasalt [i.e. containing all seaminerals (excepting the kinds that evaporate, which is good)] with some MgCl added to ensure Mg-rich salt. This is what i add to water for drinking and giving to plants.

I use salt water for brushing my teeth, completely saturated, but this only contains a little added Mg, as the Mg offers a terribly bitter taste and too much is disgusting to drink. A bit, however, is good, for taste as well as mineralizing properties.


DO NOT FEAR SALT Salt is life. The "salt if bad for blood pressure" hype is unscientific!
I've actually read that there is NO research to back it up with.
Just like with fats and cholesterol, we've been taught/conditioned in this insane culture that good things are bad for us. Fats, cholesterol, and salts are necessary, not evil.
Now, let's be serious; you're thinking "Yeah, just in moderation, right?"

NOOOOO
Not in moderation! Salt is GOOD.

Eat all the eggs you like, eat all the fats or grease you like, AND TAKE AS MUCH SALT THAT TASTES GOOD FOR YOU!
Why do you think everyone's sick? Everyone's been told to avoid necessary nutrition and everyone's sick.
I swear, people in future generations are going to be looking back on our time and correctly estimating that we were all clinically INSANE. The definition of stupidity is to keep doing the same thing over and over again, yet expecting different results. If you keep on limiting your (fat and) salt intake, you will remain ill!
That especially applies to the foods you grow. Give them the minerals they require. Give them plenty of magnesium, especially if they usually get river water or rainwater [both supply relatively too much calcium, the rain through diluting calcium from rock].

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Salt – friend or foe?

For many years we have been told by medical experts and nutritionists alike that it is crucial for our health to cut down on sodium as much as possible. Statistical data seems to show that a high dietary salt intake (primarily consisting in sodium chloride) can put people at risk of cardiovascular complications.
Consequently, salt has been vilified to such extent in the media that may people strive to remove it from their diets completely. But is wiping salt out of the menu really a wise choice? According to a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, not exactly.

To understand both why salt is healthy and why it has the potential to be dangerous, let’s look at what it can do for us. The primary biological role of sodium is to regulate blood volume and blood pressure by maintaining adequate body fluid levels. When the kidneys detect too little sodium levels in the body, they decrease sodium excretion. But when there is too much sodium, an antidiuretic hormone kicks in and causes the body to retain water. The kidneys will then try to gradually release excess sodium and water through urine, thus bringing the body’s fluid and sodium levels back within normal ranges.

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This Forbidden Indulgence Could Actually Spare You a Heart Attack
Salt has long been a treasured staple for humans across the globe. In ancient times, salt was literally worth its weight in gold, as African and European explorers would trade an ounce of salt for an ounce of gold. Roman soldiers were also paid in salt, hence the modern word "salary" (sal is the Latin word for salt) and the expression "worth his salt" or "earning his salt."
Far from being harmful, high-quality salt is actually essential for life, but in the United States and many other developed countries salt has been vilified as a primary cause of high blood pressure and heart disease.
Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, stated:
"A study from 1991 indicates that people need about one and one-half teaspoons of salt per day. Anything less triggers a cascade of hormones to recuperate sodium from the waste stream, hormones that make people vulnerable to heart disease and kidney problems. This is proven biochemistry. Yet, FDA as well as USDA want to mandate drastically restricted sodium consumption at about one-half teaspoon per day."
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The Guilty Pleasure that Could Save You From Heart Disease
For many decades now, U.S. policy makers have been attempting to get Americans to eat less salt. But the drive to do this has little basis in science.
In fact, a recent meta-analysis by the Cochrane Review involving a total of 6,250 subjects found no strong evidence that cutting salt intake reduces the risk for heart attacks, strokes or death.1
Another study published last year found that lower salt consumption actually increased your risk of death from heart disease.2
A review of the available research reveals that much of the science behind the supposed link between salt and high blood pressure is dubious at best.
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Both sea salt and rock salt were well known to the ancient Greeks who noted that eating salty food affected basic body functions such as digestion and excretion (urine and stools). This led to salt being used medically. The healing methods of Hippocrates (460 BC) especially made frequent use of salt. Salt-based remedies were thought to have expectorant powers. A mixture of water, salt, and vinegar was employed as an emetic. Drinking a mixture of two-thirds cow's milk and one-third salt-water, in the mornings, on an empty stomach was recommended as a cure for diseases of the spleen. A mixture of salt and honey was applied topically to clean bad ulcers and salt-water was used externally against skin diseases and freckles. Hippocrates also mentions inhalation of steam from salt-water. We know today that the antiinflammatory effects of inhaled salt provide relief from respiratory symptoms (c). Thus, 2000 years ago, Greek medicine had already discovered topical use of salt for skin lesions, drinking salty or mineralized waters for digestive troubles and inhaling salt for respiratory diseases!
The doctor and alchemist Paracelsus (1493–1541 A.D.) introduced an entirely new medical concept. He believed that external factors create disease and conceived a chemically oriented medical system which contrasted with the prevalent herbal medicine. Only salted food could be digested properly: "The human being must have salt, he cannot be without salt. Where there is no salt, nothing will remain, but everything will tend to rot." He recommended salt water for the treatment of wounds and for use against intestinal worms. A hip-bath in salt water was a superb remedy for skin diseases and itching: "This brine - he said - is better than all the health spas arising out of nature." He described the diuretic effect of salt consumption and prescribed salt preparations of different strengths that were used for instance against constipation.
If the body does not get enough salt, a hormonal mechanism compensates by reducing the excretion of salt in the urine and sweat. But it cannot reduce this output to zero. On a completely salt-free diet the body steadily loses small amounts of salt via the kidneys and sweat glands. It then attempts to adjust this by accelerating its secretion of water, so that the blood’s salt concentration can be maintained at the vital level. The result is a gradual desiccation of the body and finally death."
An eight-year study of a New York City hypertensive population stratified for sodium intake levels found those on low-salt diets had more than four times as many heart attacks as those on normal-sodium diets – the exact opposite of what the “salt hypothesis” would have predicted. (1995). Dr. Jeffrey R. Cutler documented no health outcomes benefits of lower-sodium diets.
The past president of the American Heart Association, Dr. Suzanne Oparil of the University of Alabama-Birmingham, said her personal view is that the government may have been too quick to recommend that everyone cut back. "Salt restriction as a solitary recommendation for the population for the prevention or the treatment of hypertension
The seawater has 84 chemical elements. For our body to be healthy we need all those elements. When we use the common salt, we are in deficit of 81 elements which means we are somehow contributing to becoming weaker, imbalanced and more susceptible to diseases. Use the seawater salt.
When we drink enough water to pass clear urine, we also pass out a lot of the salt that was held back. This is how we can get rid of edema fluid in the body; by drinking more water. Not diuretics, but more water!! In people who have an extensive edema and show signs of their heart beginning to have irregular or very rapid beats with least effort, the increase in water intake should be gradual and spaced out, but not withheld from the body. Naturally, salt intake should be limited for two or three days because the body is still in an overdrive mode to retain it. Once the edema has cleared up, salt should not be withheld from the body.

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low sodium's link to fat gain [vid]


Low Sodium's Link to Fat Gain

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