View Full Version : Celtic Sea Salt laced with Petroleum???
08-14-2005, 10:11 PM
I was reading a webpage about doing a cleanse and salt flush and the site says "Please avoid gray colored salt, as gray usually indicates the salt is from France and is laced with petroleum residue, hence the gray color." :eek: My Celtic Sea salt is gray. Is this true? They advocate use of Pink Himalayan Salt. Has anyone heard of this? I am in the process of searching Google, but haven't run across anything yet...
08-14-2005, 10:18 PM
The Celtic Sea Salt is actually a brand name of sea salt that has been air dried and only comes from the coast of France, and they have been doing this for hundreds of years there.
The grey color is the minerals, NOT the petroleum.
I've never heard of this, and I am extremely sensetive to fumes, or additives.
I've heard of the Pink Himalyan salt, but never tried it.
I do have one of the Pink Himalyan salt lamps that I love.
You can always do a "push/pull test" on the salt, to see if it is right for you.
Hold the salt in your hand near your heart chakra (the center of your chest, between your breasts) and ask "spirit" or your higher power, if it is good for you.
You will either feel a pull towards the salt, or a push away,
If you push away, don't use it, and test again either later or tomorrow.
If you pull towards the salt, ask how much.
Hold a dash in your hand, or a couple of shakes etc, until you KNOW you are using the right amount.
You can do this with anything in your life, food works really well, but all things can be tested like this.
08-15-2005, 02:26 PM
I need to order Celtic sea salt, as we have no health food stores within an hours drive. Where is a reasonably priced place to place an online order? Thanks so much!
08-15-2005, 02:37 PM
is any sort of sea salt good or does it have to be celtic how about maldon and others etc
08-15-2005, 03:16 PM
here's a thread you may be interested in, dragonfist:
here's a website:
and look at this:
FreshAir, I got mine at a health foods store, and haven't purchased it online, but I suggest you just google and compare prices :rolleyes:
08-15-2005, 03:28 PM
hey thx starry :)
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