Salt Water Sole: Why and How
Who should use a salt water sole?
Salt sole balances the mineral content in the cells, so that they can perform their jobs the way they need to. Those with fatigue, hormonal imbalance, and chronic TFL soreness all benefit with using a salt water sole.
Isn’t salt bad for me?
A healthy heart is really about the proper balance of potassium to sodium, not just high sodium. About 71 percent of your salt intake comes from processed food. By cutting out processed food, you have virtually no chance of getting too much salt. Eating a diet that is made up of whole foods (vegetables, meats, fruits, and not a mix of chemicals and refined substances found in processed foods) will also ensure your potassium/sodium balance is maintained.
What you’ll need:
Glass mason jar with a lid
Several cups of Himalayan Pink Salt
What to do:
Fill 1/3 of your mason jar with salt.
Add distilled water (it doesn’t matter what temperature) until about an inch remains at the top of the jar.
Firmly twist the lid onto the jar and shake slightly to combine.
Let sit overnight.
In the morning, you should see a layer of salt at the bottom of the jar. This means that the water is fully saturated and the sole is ready.
How to use it:
Store at room temperature on your counter or in your pantry until it is gone. Sole won’t go bad due to salt’s natural preservation properties. Mix 1 tsp of the tonic in a glass of water and sip in the morning on an empty stomach. It is important to dilute sole to prevent adverse side effects. Remember, salt and metal don’t mix so use a plastic measuring spoon to get the correct amount.
The mixture should taste like slightly salty water. If you don’t taste the salt, I recommend drinking another glass of water with the sole mixed in.