10 Black Salt Essentials and Benefits

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Black Salt is a type of rock salt which is found mostly in the South-Asian continent usually in mines located in countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Popularly known as “Kala Namak”. It is being used as a common salt in some special Indian cuisines like Chaat and many other salads.

Its major component is the same as the common salt which is Sodium Chloride. However, many other minerals give the salt its popular healing properties.

The smell is pungent because of the high sulfur content which comes from the iron sulfide present in it composition.

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Black Salt Essentials and Benefits

The healing properties of “Kala Namak” are not limited to a healthy source of minerals but also some other amazing benefits for skin diseases, paralysis, arthritis and even impotency.

Furthermore, the top ten benefits of black salt are explained in detail below:

1. Bathing Salt

Black salt can be used as a bathing salt. By adding a small amount to your bathtub, it can give you an intense cleaning while repairing and rejuvenating your skin to give you the soft and supple skin.

It is also ideal for people with sensitive skin as it can even protect you against most skin infections.

2. Pain Buster

Used along with warm-water to cure most sprains and foot aches, the mineral rich profile of black salt is a natural painkiller without any side effects.

Just put a little of the salt in warm water and soak your feet or affected area to get rid of the pain effectively.

3. Healthy Digestion

Black salt, when taken under balanced amounts, helps support the digestive system, and can even be used to cure common constipation problems.

Just include the salt in your daily intake of food and the difference can be eventually easily seen.

4. Fight Arthritis

It contains low levels of sodium and has other essential minerals in decent quantities which can help in curing arthritis by getting rid of mineral deficiencies and reducing pain associated with the disease.

Regular intake must be maintained by anyone who is affect by arthritis.

5. Treatment For Impotency

According to research about impotency performed in many places all over the world, the mineral present in black salt are very essential in its treatment. A regular intake when maintained is believed to improve fertility.

6. Good For Hair

Some of the key minerals that are needed to stop hair loss are also found in black salt.

It has been proven that taking a little of the salt along with tomato juice regularly, optimum hair thickness and shine can be easily obtained.

Black salt is also known to be essential for some other minor concerns like dandruff and split ends at bay.

7. Treatment for Hypertension

The salt contains a lower sodium level compared to the common salt used in food, hence using black salt for cooking greatly moderates sodium intake levels which can be very beneficial especially for individuals with high-blood pressure or hypertension.

8. Good for Eyesight

Another benefit that comes with the low sodium content in salt is good eyesight. People in their mid ages are now commonly struggling with increasing power of their glasses. This can be controlled if black salt is used instead of common salt.

9. Good For Diabetes

People suffering from diabetes have many mineral deficiencies due to the restrictions in their diet. Some of these deficiencies can also be controlled by taking black salt in balanced amounts.

10. Greatly Improves Taste

Apart from its healing properties, it is also famous for its unique taste which is described to be better than common salt.

It has been appreciated by vegans all around the world as it can act as a taste maker when making a pure vegan dish.

It is suggested to keep the daily intake of “Black Salt” under 2.5 grams per day, whereas therapeutically 250 mg to 500 mg is considered a safe dosage.

Similar to any other type of salt, black salt can also prove to be fatal if ingested more than the recommended quantity.

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