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great quality

Posted by h-anna on August 15 2013 | Verified Purchase

Great quality. Great taste. And apparently this is good for you... Just remember that it doesn't contian iodide... so you need to see that you get enough from some other source. Preferrably a bioavailable source like kelp and dulse..

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Posted by iHerb Customer on January 18 2013 | Verified Purchase

Nice dark crystals, not too big to use in normal plastic grinder. loved it

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Use it for cooking everyday

Posted by MariCh on June 4 2013 | Verified Purchase

Much, much better for you than regular table salt. Regular table salt is poison for the body!

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Frontier Natural Products, Himalayan Pink Salt, Medium Grind, 16 oz (453 g)

Posted by iHerb Customer on January 27 2014 | Verified Purchase


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Good Product

Posted by iHerb Customer on March 20 2018 | Verified Purchase

I'm never buying regular salt ever again. Good price for the amount too! I definitely recommend this product

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Nice natural salt

Posted by iHerb Customer on November 29 2017 | Verified Purchase

Great price for this. Love natural salts opposed to the iodized stuff you buy at the market which tastes like chemicals once you switch to natural salts

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Pretty in pink

Posted by iHerb Customer on October 18 2017 | Verified Purchase

Every ground has natural mineral nutrients....

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celery salt

Posted by iHerb Customer on June 23 2017 | Verified Purchase

I make celery salt for my vegetable juice. I use Celery seed and grind the salt.

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I love this salt

Posted by iHerb Customer on April 23 2017 | Verified Purchase

I love it!

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Best salt for health

Posted by iHerb Customer on April 16 2017 | Verified Purchase

I switched to pink salt because it's healthier than table salt. Table salt is stripped of all the natural minerals, baked and then iodine is added back to prevent deficiencies along with an anti-caking agent like calcium silicate to make it flow smoother. The pink is mined, washed then delivered in large crystals for grinding in a salt grinder. This pink salt not only has all the original minerals from the earth, it does contain iodine! While a lack of iodine can cause some serious health problems like hypothyroidism (sluggish thyroid so tired), if your diet also consists of iodine rich foods like fish, seafood, meat, dairy, or eggs, then there's no worries about getting enough iodine. The other thing to consider about iodine is where your food comes from. Back when we only ate local foods, iodine deficiency was mostly a problem around the Midwest and the Great Lakes regions. Iodine is found in the soil near the oceans, so farm animals raised in those regions would have more iodine naturally (and their eggs, too!). Iodine deficiencies are rare in other countries like Japan as they eat more fish, seafood and seaweed than the North American diet. The reason this pink salt has iodine is that it's mined from an area that was an ancient seabed over 250 million years ago. So, this pink salt from Frontier Naturals consists of 95–98% sodium chloride, 2–4% polyhalite (potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, oxygen, hydrogen), 0.01% fluoride, 0.01% iodine, and micro-amounts of numerous trace minerals. Tests have shown over 80+ trace minerals. The trace mineral, iron oxide, gives this salt it's pink color. The iron is not a concern as there's very little in pink salt, 2 teaspoons of pink salt has roughly the amount of iron in it as one slice of whole wheat bread. Well, I've been using the pink salt for over 20 years, avoid table salt, cook from scratch with the occasional restaurant meal and my health hasn't been affected. I think a lot of these health scare statements need to be “taken with a grain of salt” (i.e. less seriously). I'd rather buy something as nature intended it instead of over-processed table salt. Plus it looks cool on the counter in my Peugeot clear salt grinder!

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