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What is SOLÉ?

Solé (Sol–ay) is super-saturated, salty water made with Himalayan crystal salt. When natural crystal salt is dissolved in water, the water reaches its saturation point at a 26% concentration of salt. The resulting solution is solé.

How Solé is used

One teaspoon of solé is mixed in a glass of the best water available. This is consumed first thing each morning on an empty stomach, before eating anything. The amount of water is up to you, but only one teaspoon of solé daily is the usual daily dose.

Within minutes, the digestive system is stimulated and, in turn, the metabolism. The salt water increases conductivity and electric potential (life processes) within the body.

It is very important to drink LOTS of good water throughout the day, especially so when using solé.

Preparing Solé

Place a handful of Himalayan Crystal Salt rocks in glass jar with a lid. Add enough good quality water to cover the salt rocks. Let it sit overnight, enough time for salt to dissolve into the water. The saturation will max out at 26% salinity leaving some of the salt rocks undissolved in the jar.

Over time, as the solé is consumed, add more water and salt rocks, as needed. Keep the jar covered. Salt is naturally preservative, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal – solé cannot go bad.

Again, it’s important to drink LOTS of plain water throughout the day, especially when consuming solé. One half ounce of water per pound of body weight is the standard guideline for daily water consumption – a minimum for most solé drinkers.

Other beverages, even herbal teas, cannot hydrate cellular tissues the way water can because their hydrogen transfer and electrical potential has been bound to the dissolved solids that make them ‘more’ than water. There is no substitute for water!

Salt craving

Our body requires a minute amount of salt per day – just 0.007 ounces. However most of us lack sufficient salt (electrolytes), even though we’re over-saturated with sodium chloride. Our collective craving for salt is evidenced by the ever present and growing selection of potato chips for sale around us.

Bye-bye potato chips!

This writer confesses to having had a potato chip habit of one bag per day – wouldn’t stop until the whole bag was consumed! This craving has completely vanished since the very first day of using solé made from Himalayan crystal salt rocks.

Reported benefits

People report benefits from drinking solé for skin problems like eczema, psoriasis, acne, athlete’s foot and bites.  Allergies, asthma, bronchitis, arthritis, osteoporosis, digestive, kidney and bladder problems are also reported to have been alleviated. Some people ‘snort’ solé to ease sinusitis. It is also used for compresses and bathing.