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    Salt therapy methods of treatment, distinguish between them and be able to take an informed decision for your respiratory condition -

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    Salt: Regular iodized salt is basically pure NaCl with added iodine. It does nothing to help us be healthier, it is not even a whole food. Why eat regular salt when you can eat sea salt, pink salt, black salt and all kinds of exotic salts, and yummy seaweeds as well? French sea salt is less expensive than the popular Himalayan sea salt. You can also get salt from seaweed (which is rich in iodine and other minerals too).

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    Sea Salt - the best organic skin treatment

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