As salaam alalikum
Dear Bro Leonard
Thank you for your email and question about salt.
In the false world in which we try to live and survive, most of what is required for optimal survival is hidden from us. We are given cheap substitutes, never the real thing. Milk is like that. So is salt. Essentials to life.
The FDA says that salt is a purified chemical known as sodium chloride (NaCl) which is a by-product of the chemical industry. They put that on the dinner table and tell us to eat it. It makes us sick, so they tell us to cut down. They say 'salt' causes high blood pressure, just like 'milk' causes mucus.
Only thing is - What they call 'milk' is not milk, and what they call 'salt' is not salt. They create confusion by the misuse of words. So my aim is to introduce people to the real things in Allah's Creation. Once a real person tastes real milk, or butter, or cream they can't forget it. They can never be satisfied again with the fake stuff. Same with real salt. Once you taste it you can't get over it. It is so good and makes all foods taste great. Salt with real savor!
I recommend light grey Celtic Sea Salt - a specific brand- because some other sea salt is contaminated. Celtic Sea Salt is pure and contains the 92 key elements or minerals that are necessary for normal metabolic function of the body and brain. Almost everyone in America is deficient in all of these minerals, which have been replaced in their bodies with toxic minerals (metals) like mercury and aluminum.
The mineral gradients in the the tissues generate the electrical potentials that power the brain and all other parts of the body. It takes a certain amount of electrical power to have physical life, and even more to have spiritual life. One key to both is the 92 minerals found in Celtic Sea Salt.
Celtic Sea Salt can be purchased on line or at Whole Foods and other good markets.
As Salaam Alaikum
On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 10:09 PM, LEONARD J XHAYES
I would like information about the salt you mentioned you were dealing with at Saviours' Day. I am interested in how we can be a part of that.