"Decoding" Himalayan pink salt: the most expensive salt in the world

Himalaya pink salt is the most expensive salt in the world, 20 times more expensive than normal salt. So why is this spice so expensive?
With a very sweet appearance and great health benefits, Himalayan pink salt has made many people not hesitate to spend large sums of money to own it.

It is known that pink Himalayan salt contains up to 84 minerals and trace elements with health benefits. The common minerals are potassium, magnesium, strontium, molybdenum ...

Therefore, this salt is considered as a miracle "herb" only available in the Punjab region, in the Himalayas of Pakistan (where there are salt mines dating up to 200 million years), when it works. Use to reduce weight, rejuvenate the skin, improve sleep, regulate blood sugar, balance the pH of the body and enhance the couple's "life" effectively.

The production process of Himalayan pink salt is very different from regular salt and also only exists in certain regions of the world.
Specifically, the pink salt mines are often located hundreds of meters deep underground, so to reach us one must also dig mines with similar depths.

In a salt mine, workers will use a large drill, drill through the rock, break the structure to divide them into smaller blocks, then transport them to the ground. These salt rock blocks then undergo many refining steps to become products suitable for the needs of consumers.

In addition to being a unique spice possessing a unique flavor, they are also used to create expensive products such as shower gel, cosmetics, toothpaste, foot massage stones,….

Although it is 20 times more expensive than ordinary salt (200,000 VND / gram), Himalayan pink salt is still the top choice of consumers around the world.

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