Rose Pink Rock Salt

May 18, 2016 12:25 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

We sent some Himalayan Rose Pink Rock Salt out of the building the other day, to a customer – and we all marvelled at it before it went out. This is lovely stuff: rough-hewn blocks of delicate pink salt, with a tinge of white round the edges.

Rose Pink Rock Salt

Himalayan rose pink rock salt is rich and balanced in minerals.

Rough-hewn pink blocks: our prettiest salt!

Our Himalayan rock salt comes from Profusion and is part of our wider range of Himalayan pink salt. Altogether, we have:

Himalayan rock salt is a very specific type of salt. It comes from the Khewra Salt Mine in the Punjab region of Pakistan, around 190 miles from the Himalayas. The pink colour is caused by the presence of iron oxide. The salt is predominantly made up of sodium chloride (95-98%), with 2-3% polyhalite and small amounts of ten other minerals. It’s commonly used for cooking or as bath salts.

What’s so great about Pink Salt?

What makes these salts so valued?

We sell coarse and fine pink salts

Why is it so valued?

  • It’s thought to be particularly pure, having been protected by a layer of lava several millions years ago, followed by layers of snow and ice subsequently.
  • It’s rich in minerals: it’s naturally rich in iodine, with a lower than usual sodium content. It also contains, among others, magnesium, calcium and potassium.
  • Its balance of minerals is thought to have particular health benefits, which include improving hydration and water balance, boosting the circulatory system, preventing cramps, aiding digestion, strengthening bones and lowering blood pressure.

We stock a good range of natural salts at Naturally Good Food – and promote these over standard commercial table salt, which has had its nutrients artificially removed and then added back later. As well as Himalayan salt, take a look at:



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