posted on Feb, 2 2017 @ 10:43 AM
I read about something similar to that. As well as putting a glass of salt water on your night table to attract all the negative energy in the house.
Apparently it is good for absorbing it as well as repelling it. I think it is also good to keep certain bugs out (putting salt around the perimeter)
..I believe I read that somewhere, maybe ants and spiders??? Anyhow, it does have some practical use as well as, so it's beneficial either way.
I did read about the saline drip and how they use salt within the medical field. Also used in nasal and eye washes..etc..I'm sure there are other
areas it's used in as well. The one link was related to a quick overview of how salt was used by the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and others throughout
history. That is as about as far as I dived into it, with a glance at the modern uses.
I can't answer that. I looked at the FDA laws and their is not a part which specifically answers your question. I am unsure if salt expires and why
it needs an expiration date other than maybe it is considered (the way you purchase it) as a fresh food product..similar to milk and eggs and such.
is the FDA guidlines, maybe you will have more
success than I did in finding the answer..
Thanks for saying you like my avatar... I've changed it since..lol . But I appreciate it and I'm glad you liked the thread.
Salt has a ton of history. Really, I just touched a very tiny bit in this thread. For example, I never looked back to the neolithic period to see how
they obtained their salt. As it is needed for survival, I'm sure they did somehow. This is just a small "taste" of information.
Thank you DC.. and thanks for taking the time to read through it.. I appreciate it.
I was unaware that salt had become so chemically polluted. You never really think about that when you go to the store to pick some up. I just always
thought.. well.. just thought it was the natural thing/real deal. I guess I should be more careful of what I buy now..thank you for making me
Thanks everyone for reading the thread. I appreciate the responses and thoughts ..