SOLE Himalayan Salt Water

SOLE Himalayan Salt Water

SOLE Himalayan Salt Water 

Have you ever heard of Sole Himalayan Salt Water?

What Is SOLE?

When water and unrefined salt are combined, they form a new dimension, Sole (pronounced So-lay). Positive ions in the salt surround the negative ions of the water molecules and vice versa. This creates a new structure that has an electrical charge, which is easily absorbed by the body. Once ingested, the electrical charge in the solution works with the body to send electrical signals between cells and assist the kidneys in maintaining fluid balances.


The ionic salt and trace minerals nourish each cell in your body.

You can replace electrolytes and balance your energy simply and naturally by drinking a Sole solution each day.

The Sole is an excellent product for balancing the pH factor of your body. It supports the body’s natural ability to regulate and heal itself.

With the Sole, one can also get rid of heavy metals such as lead, mercury, arsenic, amalgam and calcium, because the crystal salt is able to break up their molecular structures.

SOLE = A fully saturated solution of water and salt. The water becomes saturated with salt when the water can no longer dissolve more salt. At this point, the salt crystals remain undissolved on the bottom of the jar, indicating that the solution has reached it’s saturation limit. The water is now fully saturated with salt.

Two of the most common unrefined, natural salts used to make Sole are Grey Atlantic Sea Salt (Celtic Sea Salt)harvested off the shores of France and Himalayan pink salt harvested from the heart of the Himalayan Mountains.

They both supplies all of the 84 minerals and trace elements found in your body. (Unrefined salts naturally does not supply sufficient amount of iodide, a necessary nutrient, which should be obtained from other sources). All of the 84 trace minerals are available in colloidal form – meaning they are so small your cells can readily absorb them.

Whereas refined, commercial salt contains only two elements, sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl), as well as harmful additives.

“Each of the ionized minerals in the Sole represents the ionized minerals naturally occurring in your blood. And each mineral element carries its own unique vibration or frequency pattern of energy.”

Without minerals, nothing else works. Vitamins and other nutrients do not get broken down and absorbed when amino acids and enzymes do not work due to the lack of vital minerals. And mineral deficiencies are getting more common now due to our depleted soils and poor diets.

Himalayan Crystal Salt is known as the purest salt on Earth, having never been exposed to pollution or environmental toxins.

Himalayan Salt

Benefits Of Drinking SOLE

  • Sole is most effective in stabilizing irregular heartbeats
  • Sole supplies the body with the natural energy stored in the crystals and the body can hold this up to 24 hours
  • Can harmonize the alkaline/acidity balance in the body and normalize blood pressure
  • Can dissolve and eliminate sediments which lead to stones and various forms of rheumatism like arthritis and kidney and gall bladder stones
  • It helps the body hydrate without becoming too dilute by providing trace minerals
  • Sole is absolutely vital to making the structure of bones firm – osteoporosis, in many ways, is a result of mineral and water shortage in the body
  • Improves mineral balance
  • Improves digestion
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Detoxifies the body by balancing systemic pH
  • Can help with skin diseases by cleaning from inside out
  • Helps balance blood sugar
  • Supports hormone balance
  • It is vital for sleep regulation – it is a natural hypnotic
  • Healthy veins
  • Supports weight loss by balancing hormones and improving energy
  • It is essential for the prevention of muscle cramps
  • Acts as a powerful antihistamine
  • Supports thyroid and adrenal function
  • Sole is vital for clearing up congestion of the sinuses
  • A little Sole on the tongue will help stop persistent dry coughs

A study conducted at the University of Graz in Austria found that people who drank water containing Himalayan crystal salt daily experienced improvement in respiratory conditions, organ functions, and connective tissues. Participants also reported sleeping better and having more energy. The study noted a boost in the ability to achieve higher concentration levels. Some of the study participants stated they lost unwanted weight while others involved in the study showed enhanced hair and nail growth. For a complete summary of this medical study, please refer to the book Water & Salt – The Essence of Life, by Barbara Hendel , Peter Ferreira.

SOLE Himalayan Salt Water

How To Make SOLE Himalayan Salt Water

Fill a 16-ounce glass jar a quarter of the way with Himalayan salt or unprocessed, natural sea salt and fill with filtered water.

Cover the solution with a plastic (not metal) storage cap and give it a good shake.

Allow to sit overnight.

Take 1 teaspoon of the mixture and mix it into a 8 oz. glass of filtered water (this can be warm water).

Drink first thing in the morning.

There should always be undissolved salt crystals on the bottom of the jar. This is your visual proof that the water is totally saturated with salt.

Store covered on a counter. Sole will keep forever! Salt is a natural anti-bacterial and natural fungicide. It simply cannot spoil or go bad.

You should never have to buy minerals again unless you run out of salt!


NOTE:  It is important to avoid using metal whenever possible when making and using Sole as this de-ionizes the salt. It is best to use a plastic cap for a mason jar and a wooden spoon for daily dosing.

CAUTION! Never add a teaspoon of salt to a glass of water thinking that you’re taking Sole. You are not. Sole is something completely different. One teaspoon of Sole contains only 478 mg of Sodium. That’s equivalent to 20% of the USDA’s recommended daily maximum of 2,500 mg. Whereas 1 teaspoon of salt contains about 2,300 mg of sodium. Adding salt to water has neither the effects nor the benefits of adding Sole to water.

Video by Karen Atkins


Water & Salt – The Essence of Life, by Barbara Hendel , Peter Ferreira

David Brownstein, M.D., Salt Your Way To Health, Medical Alternatives Press, 2nd Edition,USA, 2006

Experiencing Sole with Himalayan Crystal Salt!

Salt: Avoiding This “Forbidden Food” Could Make You Moody

How to Use Himalayan Salt

The Importance Of Unrefined Salt And Its Amazing Health Benefits

18 Uses Of Unrefined Sea Salt For Common Ailments

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27 thoughts on “SOLE Himalayan Salt Water

  1. Lori Shaulis

    Do you have to used filter water? Can you use tap? I have my own well and the water is really good.

  2. Simply and Naturally Post author

    I always filter my water. Is your tap water free of fluoride, chloride and heavy metals?

  3. Lori Shaulis

    I believe so. It’s hard water but when I had it checked it “passed” it tastes really good, and we do filter some of the hardest out as it’s coming into the house.

  4. Karen

    Do you just drink one glass in am and don’t add Anymore to other water you’re drinking through out the day??

  5. Simply and Naturally Post author

    The lid of the container can be also made of glass or even cork. Do not have any metal involved.

  6. Carolyn L

    This is making me retain water. I did 2 days using 1/2 teaspoon and it seemed ok. Yesterday I used a full teaspoon and I woke up with my hands very puffy. I noticed yesterday I was not urinating as much. I used 1 full teaspoon again today to see if it will correct.

    I used Hmalayan salt–the big chunks.

    I really would like this to work for me. Any ideas.

  7. Samantha

    I accidentally used a metal spoon in my soul just once then I remembered. Did I ruin it completely and have to make it over again or is it still okay since it was just once?

  8. ColleenF

    I drink a glass of filtered water with 1T of ACV in the am. Can I add this to the same glass of water or do I need to drink this seperate?

  9. Leslie

    I did the same thing as another poster, used a metal spoon to get it out of the jar. Have I ruined it and need to start all over again? Do I have to discard the whole thing, even the chunks of salt on bottom of jar that aren’t dissolved?

  10. Simply and Naturally Post author


    The reason for [not using metal lids/utensils with sole] is that salt when mixed with water can (and will) oxidize metals. It is the same reason that salt on the roads will rust your car. Dry salt can sit on dry metal without it causing a chemical reaction – however when you add water to the equation everything changes and the chemical and physical reactions start to take place. When this happens it can release other metals and chemicals into the salt water as the metal lid (or metal spoon) starts to corrode. Even if they are stainless steel or other non-corrosive metals that won’t rust in theory, they can still react to the salt water.

    Now that said, using a metal spoon to scoop water out probably won’t be in contact with the salt water to start the reaction, so I would not worry too much about that few seconds. But leaving the metal spoon in the salt water, or using metal canning jar lid that is in contact with the salt water for longer periods really increases the potential of having oxidization and corrosion issues by drawing chemicals/metals/elements out of the metal and into the water.

  11. Jen

    Is this similar to using Kangan (Enagic) water? The solution we use to make the water at 9.5 alkaline is sea salt, so it’s essentially doing the same thing? We have a machine, but would like to do this in addition to drinks by Jangan throughout the day if beneficial.

  12. Lisa

    Hi! Thanks for this information! I was wondering if honey could be added to this (when making the glass in the a.m.). I fear I won’t get my hubby to drink it otherwise! Thanks!

  13. Tasha Steward

    Is it ok to make Sole using alkaline water? I have a filter that iodizes tap water.

  14. April

    Do I continue to add new water to the jar as it gets low or do I need to pour out what salt is left and start over?

  15. Simply and Naturally Post author

    I always start over, but I think you can add new water to the jar as it gets low as well.


    1. I drink a glass of warm Lemon water in the morning. Can I mix this with my lemon water?
    2.Can I give it to kids?
    3. Also, when should I make a new batch? After I run out of the initial batch or do I fill water to the existing bottle as I use up?

  17. Simply and Naturally Post author

    1. Yes, you can mix it with lemon water.
    2. Yes, you can give it to kids.
    3. Yes and yes, but make sure there is always salt at the bottom.

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