Preparing Sole (so-lay)



1) Find a clean glass jar with a wooden or glass top (not metal). A 16-oz. size is good.

2) Place several crystal salt stones (4-8 depending on the size of jar) into the jar along with enough pure living spring or artesian water (such as the recommended FIJI Artesian water if you have access to it in your area) to fill the jar almost to the top.

3) After about 24 hours, check to see if the crystal stones have dissolved. If they are dissolved completely, add a few more. Keep doing this until the water can no longer dissolve any more salt and some crystal salt stones remain at the bottom of the jar. The water has now reached its 26% “saturation level” and your Sole is ready.

Instructions for taking your Sole

1) Using a plastic, glass or wood measuring spoon (avoid metal), place 1 teaspoon of Sole into a large glass of pure water (preferably FIJI Artesian Water … again, if you have access to this water in your area). If you purchase the 1.5 liter bottles, about ˝ the bottle is a good measure. If you have a long, large glass or plastic “dropper” or small baster, you can use it to draw out the Sole close to the bottom of your jar, near the large crystal stones where the Sole concentration is the highest. If that is not practical, you can stir the Sole liquid up with a plastic, glass or wood “stir stick” to equalize the concentration before spooning out your teaspoon of Sole.

2) Take your Sole first thing in the morning when you wake up, on an empty stomach.

3) Maintain this daily rhythm (1-tsp each morning). The energy/information held within its crystalline lattice holds the frequency within your body for at least 24 hours.

4) Avoid common table salt and food made or preserved with it. The Sole and the crystal salt used with your meals will assist in reducing the aggressive effects of the sodium chloride that may still remain in your body. Adding the finely ground crystal salt to any food you consume that used common salt in its canning or manufacture would help to counteract the negative effects of table salt (sodium chloride).

Question: Can I take too much Sole?

Answer: It is estimated that one teaspoon of Sole contains approximately .01 gram of salt. At that concentration it would take 100 teaspoons of Sole to make 1 gram of salt. Some doctors recommend 3-5 grams (3,000-5,000 mg.) of salt a day and aren’t even referring to a quality sea salt. They are referring to common table salt, which is toxic.

You really can’t “overdose” on Original Himalayan Crystal Salt. Remain aware of the many hidden sources of common table salt in processed foods/drinks and do your best to avoid them. Use Original Himalayan Crystal Salt with your meals, cooking & baking. Also, make sure you are drinking enough pure water each day.

Recommended reading: Your Body’s Many Cries for Water, by F. Batmanghelidj, M.D. To order copies of the book, call Global Health Solutions at: (703) 848-2333
 

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