Sole (pronounced So-lay) is water with so much natural salt dissolved in it, that it is said to be saturated. This means that no more salt will dissolve in it (unless you raise the temperature of the water, which will allow more salt to dissolve). The term Sole, is derived from the Latin word”Sol” which means Sun. click here for more details
Once Sole has been made, it can be stored indefinately, and diluted for use as a drink for health and vitality, or for inhaltion to relieve sinus or respiratory problems, or to apply topically to abrasions or the eyes. Essentially it’s a non-toxic anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agent that doubles up as a nutritional supplement (thanks to the high mineral content of Himalayan Pink Salt). The drinking of a salt solution has been used as a remedy for centuries, and is backed up by scientifically supported evidence, as well as anecdotal evidence (see “Science of Himalayan Pink Salt” for more info ) for the following uses:
Helps the Body Detoxify
Improving blood sugar
A Natural Anti-histamine
Helps with Muscle Cramps
Healthy Skin, Hair and Nails
How to make Sole
1) Select a clean jar with a wooden or glass lid (preserving jars are good, and easily available). Fill
the jar about a quarter the way up, and fill the rest of the jar with water (preferably filtered or springwater), leaving about an inch gap at the top.
2) After 24 hours, check the Sole to see how much has dissolved. If all the rocks have dissolved,
then add some more and leave for another 24 hours. If there are rocks left, then your solution is ready.
Please note it is best to do this at room temperature, although using hot water will quicken the
process, it will also increase the saturation point of the water, and possibly alter the end result once it has cooled down.
3) For making Sole into a drink, take a teaspoon full and add it to a large glass of water (around 70cl), drink on an empty stomach, best in the morning, or when you first get up.
4) For all other uses, be it for inhalation or external use, make a 1-10% solution depending on your needs.
Make sure not to use metal implements with Sole, concentrated solutions of salt are highly reactive with metals (sea water is highly corrosive, for instance) and so may become contaminated if they come in to contact with them.