August 18, 2017

Activated Salt Blend–adding salts to structure your water

Albert Szent Györgyi said, “Life, is water dancing to the tune of solids.” He observed that water carried the vibratory information (tune) of the solids it interacted with. Salts make up the majority of those solids. They are the lines of the staff that the music of water is composed on. Without salts, water is energetically “flat” and incapable of carrying the frequencies of life. Natural, unprocessed salt also contains the minerals and trace minerals necessary to activate enzymes and to sustain metabolic functions.

Salt in each part of the world is different, with a different blend of minerals and a unique energetic signature. For this reason, it is good to use different salts from around the world. Each brings its own set of patterns and frequencies that contribute to the greater whole.  Salts from the ocean* have many benefits. They contain living organic complexes that support the DNA and metabolic functions in ways we do not yet fully appreciate.

Dancing with Water’s Activated Salt Blend  is a unique blend of six moist, unprocessed salts from around the world. It is designed for structuring water and for balancing the minerals in water. No matter what your source of water, these salts will add energetic value and a balance of trace minerals. (Sold with or without a 4 oz. cobalt blue glass dropper bottle for storing/dispensing the saturated salt solution).  Activated salts are still moist and not granulated – not suitable as table salt.  However, the saturated salt solution you make from the salts can be added to soups and other dishes for a tasty meal.

NOTE:  Salts are best added to water in a saturated solution. This way the minerals are ionized going into the water.  There is a significant difference in the taste of the resulting water.  When salt is added in a saturated solution, the resulting water is mellow and soft. When salts are added dry, the resulting water often has a metallic taste.

 

SALTS IN THE BLEND

Himalayan Pink Salt is world-renowned. It is known as a “Jurassic” salt, formed during from ancient sea beds that were pushed up into the mountain range and preserved by a layer of volcanic ash.

Celtic Sea Salt*  is a moist, grey, organic sea salt sustainably harvested from the pristine shores of the Atlantic Ocean and dried by the sun and wind.  It has a rustic old-world flavor authenticated by the highest level of certification.

French Grey Salt*  “Sel Gris,” is known for its color and high moisture content. It gets its beautiful grey color from the clay lining the salt ponds. It is harvested using ancient Celtic methods and wooden tools.

Korean salt*  is produced at  the Taepyeong Salt Field and Mud flat along Korea’s West coast—designated as a biosphere reserve. Fifteen steps to the production process result in repeated purification. This milky white salt is prized for its minerals and for its culinary flavor.

Redmond Real Salt is harvested from an ancient inland sea. Over time, the salt that settled at the bottom of the sea was trapped within the earth and eventually pushed up near the surface close to the town of Redmond, Utah.

Hawaiian Sea Salt*  is the traditional Hawaiian table salt. It is famous for the volcanic baked red clay that gives it its distinctive red color and mellow, earthy flavor.

*Celtic Sea Salt, French Grey Salt, Korean Salt and Hawaiian Salt come from the ocean.  With the condition of the oceans,  many have asked: Are these salts still safe?  While the oceans have been severely compromised, and while food from the ocean is generally not safe, salt is a different issue. Think about how salt lamps purify the air by releasing an abundance of negative ions.  Negative ions neutralize contaminants— even radiolytic  compounds whose decay produces positively-charged ions.  The warm, moist environment in salt holding areas causes salt to ionize and to release negative ions—lots of them—and that’s an understatement!    During the time that it takes salt to crystallize prior to harvest, most contaminants are neutralized by negative ions or oxidized by the sun.  Beyond that,  the natural ecology of a healthy salt pond helps to keep contaminants to a minimum. For the most part, sea salts are still safe for consumption and for re-mineralizing/energizing your water.

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Adding salts to structure your water

Make a saturated salt solution by adding 1 part Activated Salt Blend to two parts water (filtered, purified, spring, artesian, RO, bottled, or distilled water). Leave overnight to dissolve. If the salt has completely dissolved, add more until no more salt can be dissolved and salt crystals remain in the bottom.  Even when all the salt is dissolved, there will be a red-brown mineral deposit on the bottom of the container. These are mineral colloids that are too large to dissolve. Pour off the saturated salt solution or leave the minerals in the bottom. It is a good idea to leave some undissolved salt crystals in the container. This is your assurance that the solution remains saturated.

Add ¼ to ½ tsp. to each ½ gallon of water prior to structuring. The amount of salt solution to use depends on whether your water is empty (distilled, RO or purified water ) or has some minerals in it (spring, artesian, filtered) and on how the water will be used. If the water will be consumed during exercise or during a sauna or similar, add more salt solution.  NOTE: ¼ tsp is the approximate equivalent of two droppers of solution if you are using the blue glass dropper bottle shown.

Store your activated salt and your activated, saturated salt solution within a Tensor Ring and/or over a triskelion, to keep the ormus minerals in their high-spin state.

 

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