PUBLISHED : March 9, 2015
SEA SALT – WATER CURE; AWESOME WAY OF NATURAL HEALING
Do you believe in holistic healing? Of course yes! Then you have come to the right place. It has been observed by large number of people that Sea Salt together with water if taken in properly scheduled manner can cure various ailments both chronic as well as acute.
WHAT IS SEA SALT?
Sea salt or bay salt, sometimes also called solar salt is produced from the evaporation of seawater. Layers of the sea salt are deposited on the rocks of sea shore by the waves of water. Like mineral salt, production of sea salt has been dated to prehistoric times. It is used in cooking and cosmetics. Some gourmet chefs say, they prefer it over table salt for its coarse, crunchy texture and stronger flavor and it tastes better than table salt. The colors of the sea salt also vary greatly due to local clays and algae found in the waters the salt is harvested from. For example, some boutique salts from Korea and France are pinkish gray, some from India are black. Sea salt is usually not processed; therefore it retains trace levels of minerals.
MINERALS IN SEA SALT
The following are major ingredients of the sea salt:-
1) Sodium and chloride are the most abundant ions in sea salt, representing about 33 and 50.9 percent of total minerals, respectively. A quarter-teaspoon of sea salt contains 460 milligrams of sodium and 601.25 milligrams of chloride approximately. They are both essential substances that our body needs for normal function and nutrient absorption. Chloride specifically helps with muscle and nerve function. Sodium also acts in muscle function and helps regulate our blood volume and pressure.
2) Potassium is another important mineral that works with chloride to help regulate acid levels in our body. A quarter-teaspoon of sea salt contains 2.7 milligrams of potassium, according to CureZone.com.
3) Magnesium is another important mineral that is present in sea salt. It plays essential role in energy production and the synthesis of RNA and DNA. Approximately 5.2 milligrams of Magnesium is present in 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt.
4) Calcium is also present in sea salt that helps to give structure to our bones and teeth. It also regulates our heartbeat and normal muscle and nerve function. Its concentration is approximately 1.5 milligrams per 1/4 teaspoon.
5) Sulfur is another most common mineral found in sea salt. Sulfur plays an important role in our immune system and the detoxification of our body. Every cell in our body contains sulfur and it helps give structure to two amino acids.
6) Trace elements. Sea salt also contains numerous trace elements. These include phosphorus, bromine, boron, zinc, iron, manganese, copper and silicon. They all work with other minerals to maintain optimal function in our body. Our body uses some of these minerals, such as iron and zinc, to make enzymes involved in metabolism. Phosphorus occurs in trace amounts in sea salt which our body uses it as a structural component of bones, teeth and cell membranes, as well as for energy production.
If the sea salt is dissolved in water, these elements recreate the sea water and it is amazing that this composition is very similar to the human blood and body fluids. Basic physiology validated the fact that the ideal replenishing substance, capable of maintaining or restoring health in humans, would have to be that very sea salt that has retained all of the elements of original sea water. Each mineral needs one or more other minerals to function properly. For instance, a proper calcium-phosphorus balance is necessary to the body in that an imbalance reduces resistance to disease, increases fatigue, weakens intellectual faculties and leads to premature ageing. Magnesium can only be used if calcium and phosphorus are in a proper balance. Overabundance or deficiency of one mineral can result in a deficiency of another. Obtaining minerals from whole food sources or sea salt provides the body with wide variety of minerals and supplementing with one or two minerals from artificial sources is rarely a good idea.
IS SEA SALT MORE BENEFICIAL THAN TABLE SALT?
. Yes of course! Sea salt has a bit more mineral content than table salt. Sea salt is often less ground than regular refined salt and if we sprinkle it on top of our food after it has been cooked, it may have a different mouth feel and cause a more potent flavor than refined salt. The chemical and mineral composition of our blood and body fluids are similar to the sea water. We have salty tears and salty perspiration. The balanced sodium, potassium and magnesium in natural, unrefined sea salt can help to regulate fluid balance in the body and allow nutrients and oxygen to travel to their necessary destinations. Unlike refined salt which takes water from our cells, natural salt allows the body to achieve a balance of water both inside and outside our body cells.
SEA SALT – WATER CURE METHOD
The Water and Sea Salt cure is a natural health care or holistic treatment that helps our body find homeostasis so that we can have optimal health. Almost everyone who gets admission in hospital gets a saline IV. This is nothing more than water and salt given through the veins. The water and salt enter the veins, go through the tissues of our body and then back into the arteries.
Each of our body systems depends on water and electrolytes to function at optimal levels. Water provides hydroelectric power for each of our cells, flushes toxins out of our organs as well as out of the individual cells. It carries nutrients to the cells; helps cushion certain parts as well as lubricate parts of our bodies. All of these functions depend upon both the hydration status and electrolytes. Therefore it is not just water that cures diseases; there is also a need for electrolytes.
In order to cure various ailments and flush away toxins from our body, we have to take sea salt and water in a proper sequence. The proposed regimen is as under:
Salt and water is taken 35 to 45 minutes before each meal and 2 hours after each meal, i.e., before and after breakfast, before and after lunch and before and after dinner. The quantity of water is calculated by measuring the body weight in pounds divided by 2, in fluid ounces. For instance, a man having 200 pounds body weight will require 100 ounces of water daily in 6 divided doses. However people living in hot climate or exercising will require extra water to drink. As for as, the amount of salt is concerned, it is suggested to take 1/8th teaspoon for 16 ounces of water. The salt is taken prior to each and every dose of water and it is better to dissolve salt on the tongue. Taking salt and water in this manner is exactly according to our body physiology and law of nature, as we always flush the utensils before use!
Taking water before meals washes and cleans our entire gastrointestinal tract and water after 2 hours eases the stomach to expel the digested food towards the intestines. And salt makes the water isotonic with our body fluids. Oral hydration triggers the vagal tone by gastric distention whereas hydration and volume expansion offer novel methods to treat a wide range of clinical conditions through pharmacological or electrical modulation of cardiovascular and gastrointestinal baroreceptors.
It has been observed that taking water and salt in this manner will increase the urine outflow and will through out the impurities, it helps people lose weight, can help in sleep better, stops leg cramps, lower blood pressure, prevent heart attack, provides gout relief, end the depression, headaches as well as other innumerable ailments.
1) Very little amount of water should be taken during meals as excess of water will dilute the gastric enzymes and impair the normal digestive process.
2) Simple water can be taken if one feels thirsty at any time.
3) One ounce of water equals to 29 ml approximately.
4) One teaspoonful of salt equals to 5 grams.
5) 1/8th tea spoonful equals to 625 milligrams approximately
6) Amount of salt can be increased or decreased if needed.
7) Some patients may feel slight aggravation of symptoms of their disease after a few days of treatment which will settle down gradually.
WHEN NOT TO USE SALT-WATER CURE:
1) People with Kidney failure, Obstructive uropathy (Urinary outflow obstruction) or Congestive cardiac failure (CCF) should not use this method of treatment.
2) Seriously ill patients should avoid salt-water therapy.
3) Patients already taking medicines for their ailments should consult their doctor prior to start salt-water therapy.