Heal Your Body With Himalayan Sole

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Hooray! Hooray!! Hooray!!! After multiple tech issues, I can get back into my blog. I’m not gonna lie though. I did enjoy that break! Anyway. Here is the blog post I promised a few weeks ago on Himalayan Sole. I can honestly say that I do feel a difference in my body on the days that I drink it versus the days I do not. You may recall that I have collapsed arches in my feet. I wake up with horrible stiff and painful feet. One glass of this in the morning and I feel invigorated and the pain is gone. Check out the blog below to see another one of my self care tips.



Himalalyan Sole

What you need to make Himalayan Sole:

After watching some people in one of health themed Facebook groups that I’m in talk about the goodness that is Himalayan Sole, I decided to try it out for myself. All you need is 1 to 2 cups of Himalayan salt, a 32 oz. large mason jar with a plastic top, and some purified/filtered water.

How to make Himalayan Sole:

Take the salt and place it in the jar. Then fill the jar up with water. Put the top on the jar tightly and then shake the jar. Leave it on the counter for 24 hours. If there is salt left in the jar, it is fine. If there isn’t any salt left, add some more and repeat the process. The solution never goes bad since it is just salt and water. Just repeat the steps to make more as you finish the solution.

Mix a teaspoon of sole in a glass of water on an empty stomach every morning using a non-metal utensil. *This is really important!*

Here are the benefits of Himalayan Sole. I am not a doctor so indulge at your own risk. Check the video below to see how I made it.

  • Helps Hydration
  • Helps the Body Detoxify
  • Boosts Energy
  • Improving Digestion
  • Improving Blood Sugar
  • A Natural Anti-Histamine
  • Helps with Muscle Cramps
  • Bone Health
  • Healthy Veins
  • Blood Pressure
  • Weight Loss
  • Healthy Skin, Hair and Nails

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Jai From The Fat and Skinny

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