More on Himalayan salt’s composition of 84 essential minerals

All natural stable and unstable isotopes were considered.
​Artificial and unstable isotopes were not included for consideration.

The inert gasses Helium-He-2, Neon-Ne-10, Argon-Ar-18, Krypton-Kr-36, Xenon-Xe-54, and Radon-Rn-86 could not be included in the research.

Many of the elements could not be proven with conventional chemical analysis. Through the transfer of frequency patterns by means of wave     transference, it was possible to prove the frequency pattern with the aid of frequency, spectroscopy. With this, the detection of elements even smaller than <0.001 ppm was proven.

The research analysis confirmed the holistic properties of the original Himalayan crystal salt. The sodium chloride content is 97.41% and meets the worldwide necessary standards for table salt.

Additional Combined Elements

  • Water = H2O
  • 1.5g/kg = DIN
  • Ammonium = NH4+
  • 0.010ppm = Photometrie
  • Nitrate = NO3-
  • 0.09ppm = Photometrie
  • Phosphate = PO43-
  • <0.10ppm = ICG
  • Hydrogencarbonate = HCO3-
  • <1.0g/kg = Titration

The inert gasses Helium-He-2, Neon-Ne-10, Argon-Ar-18, Krypton-Kr-36, Xenon-Xe-54, and Radon-Rn-86 could not be included in the research. Many of the elements could not be proven with conventional chemical analysis. Through the transfer of frequency patterns by means of wave transference, it was possible to prove the frequency pattern with the aid of frequency spectroscopy. With this, the detection of elements even smaller than <0.001 ppm was proven.

The research analysis confirmed the holistic properties of the original Himalayan crystal salt. The sodium chloride content is 97.41% and meets the worldwide necessary standards for table salt.

  • g/kg = Grams per kilogram
  • DIN = German Standards Institute
  • ICG = Ionchromatography
  • AAS = Atom absorbtion spectrometry
  • TXRF = Total reflection -X-Ray -Floresence-Spectometry
  • ppm = Parts per million
  • FSM = Flamespectrometry
  • FSK = Frequency Spectroscopy