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What is bamboo salt?

A Korean Oriental doctor named Kim Il hoon (1909~1992, the picture of below) is the man who discovered the process of bamboo salt. The exact method of bamboo salt production can be found in the book that he published “The Universe and the God’s Medicine.” He spent most of his time discovering and acquiring enough knowledge on how to manufacture bamboo salt by using sun dried salt, bamboo, clay, and pine trees.

Making bamboo salt is a very time-consuming method that requires high technology therefore, the process is extremely complicated.
First, we fill each bamboo trunks with solar salt and securely seal the open ends with clay. Afterwards, the trunks will be put inside the iron kiln because the procedure requires prolonged exposure to heat by burning pine trees. The burning process lasts for 8-15 hours until the salt pillar remains. These salt pillars will be ground into powder. Then, the powdered salt pillars will be put in bamboo trunks and have to undergo with another burning method. This is done continuously (until 8th times) in order to achieve the standard concoction. During the 9th burning process, a much higher temperature (1,300 degrees Celsius) is needed until the salt inside melt like lava. Let the melted salt cool down into bowls until the concoction hardens like stone. This is how we create bamboo salt.

Repetitive procedure is typically processed to remove salt impurities and at the same time to maximize the extraction of good minerals from the bamboo, clay and pine tree wood. Il-hoon Kim discovered that bamboo salt gained higher medical effectiveness if it was exposed to heat for such a long period of time.

Oriental doctors have been using it to treat numerous types of diseases for such a long time, such as gum disease, bronchitis, gastritis, diabetes, hypertension, cancer, and other types of ailment.

 

Salt is essential to the human body because it serves as a vehicle that allows nutrients that are carried through our cells. It is a vital element that is needed for the hydration of our body. When we sweat a lot or even suffer from diarrhea, salt serves as a crucial element that helps restore our electrolyte imbalance. In general, Our body will not function perfectly or eventually shut down if we remove salt in every food that we eat. Unlike other salt, Bamboo salt contains rich minerals such as K, P, Ca, Mg, Si, Fe, Cu, Ba, V, Mn, Zn, Ge, Mo, Se, Pt, S, Sr, B, Li.

The method of making bamboo salt enhance the amalgamation of minerals and nutrients from the bamboo and the clay. The minerals in bamboo salt such as Potassium, calcium, phosphorus, help promote the excretion of surplus Sodium(Na) from our bodies thus, help regulate the fluid in our body.

Even though you eat bamboo salt three or four times more than common salt, you don’t feel thirsty, because the harmful materials in salt were eliminated. Bamboo salt doesn’t affect blood pressure becuse it doesn’t cause one to retain water.

In general, bamboo salt is one of the most effective ways to prevent high blood pressure. Daily intake of bamboo salt helps lining of the blood vessel to regulate blood pressure.

What are the benefits of bamboo salt?

1. Instead of using chemical toothpaste, consider using bamboo salt toothpaste as part of your daily hygiene.
Bamboo salt toothpaste contains minerals which is proven to care painful teeth sensitivity and gum diseases.
You can also use bamboo salt as tooth paste. Put a little bamboo salt on your tooth brush when you brush your teeth. You can use this to softly massage your gum as well.
After three days, you will feel that your teeth sensitivity will be better.

2. A pinch of Bamboo salt to help cure sore throat or even cough with phlegm.
Ingesting bamboo salt in your mouth helps secrete saliva.
By eating a small amount of bamboo salt as often as 20-50 times a day helps cure and relieve sore throat and cough problem.
Take a pinch of bamboo salt as often as 20 to 50 times a day. Aside from this, bamboo salt can also help in food digestion.Our saliva mixed with bamboo salt can also help us acquire a healthier digestive track.

3. Bamboo salt is known to be an effective way to treat gastritis and other stomach problems.
However, people who are sufferring from the above mentioned illnesses may experience the side effect of bamboo salt such as nausea and fatique.
This is due to the fact the healing crisis occurs which temporarily worsens the symptoms because the digestive track is going through the process of healing itself and eliminates toxins inside the stomach.
Being nauseous means that your stomach needs higher dosage of bamboo salt as part of the healing process.
These unwanted effects only last for 2-3 days.The alkaline property which is present in bamboo salt helps soothe any stomach inflammation because the alkaline helps neutralse acidic fluid.

4. Our body needs various minerals in order to survive. We can obtain these essential nutrients from the food that we eat everyday.
Modern people are more prone to various disease due to mineral deficiency.Bamboo salt is an organic food supplement that is known to be rich of different minerals that are vital for our daily needs.
In addition, bamboo salt is also a powerful antioxidant that helps with cell renewal and at the same time, eliminates harmful materials that cause body ageing.

5. Bamboo salt has strong oxidation reduction potential (ORP).
Bamboo salt eliminates an oxygen free radical that is known to be 90% related in modern diseases. There is no food on earth that has a stronger ORP than bamboo salt.
The oxidation-reduction experiment of bamboo salt, solar salt, and refined salt

Three samples were made by dissolving 20g bamboo salt, solar salt, and refined salt in 200ml of water with about a 10% concentration. A rusty nail was

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Experiment about hypochlorite removal capacity of bamboo salt, solarsalt, and refined salt.

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About Yoko Inoue

Yoko is the founder of organic raw food and living food cafe, Shoku Iku. The desire to feed her new born daughter and herself healing natural food lead Yoko to discover the importance of the relationship between good health, diet, mind and lifestyle choices. Yoko studied the Macrobiotic lifestyle at the Kushi Institute in Japan, this inspired her to train as a holistic nutritionist which then opened up the world of raw and living foods.

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