Originally posted by Andromerius
... Then, you want to cut salt and sugar from your diet, completely. All salt and sugar you get from fruit and vegetables is enough, despite what some
I agree with almost everything you posted, Andromeerius. I think Gerson Therapy is an excellent choice too.
But I have to disagree with you on salt. All salt is not bad. Sea salt in moderation has excellent health-giving properties. (I believe life developed
in the sea.)
“Get a mineral boost by replacing refined table salt with unrefined sea which contains more magnesium, calcium, bromides and potassium than refine
table salt. Magnesium helps to combat stress and fluid retention, slows the aging of skin and calms the nervous system. Calcium builds strong bones
while bromides work to reduce stiffness and muscle tension. Potassium helps to balance the moisture of the skin and give the body energy."
"Include sea salt in your regular diet as the mineral content and alkalizing effect is said to help reduce the pain of arthritis and soothe acid
reflux. A single tsp. of unrefined sea salt added to your dog's food can even help to increase the quality of life in arthritic dogs."
"Cleanse your entire digestive tract by drinking 2 tsp. of sea salt and 32 oz. of warm water on an empty stomach. The solution will help to clear
toxins from the liver and remove wastes from the digestive tract. Just remember that this remedy works like a laxative, but is much faster and more
"Stir 1 tsp. of unrefined sea salt in a glass of water and gargle to help reduce the pain and heal the infection that causes a sore throat. A sea
salt gargle twice a day should quickly clear up the problem."
"Mix a 50/50 solution of raw, cold-pressed castor oil and sea salt and soak a cotton ball in the solution. Tape the cotton ball to boils, infections
or skin ulcers and leave overnight to help clear the infection and promote healing."
"Add sea salts to a warm bath which allows the healing minerals to be absorbed through the skin. Sea salts can help to relax the muscles, relieve
stress, reduce joint pain and soothe itchy skin. Additionally, sea salts can help the body to release toxins, such as heavy metals or radiation.”
The above was taken from www. eHow.com
Google Sea Salt benefits – much info online.