Red Rock Salt Lumps
The red rock salt lumps is estimated to have formed hundreds of millions of years ago when ancient bodies of water evaporated; it is mostly mined from the Khewra Salt Mine in the foothills of the Salt Range in Jhelum, in the Pakistani province of Punjab.
Red Rock salt Lumps consists of 80 plus minerals which makes it healthier than the common table salt.
Analysis of a range of Khewra salt samples showed them to be between 96% and 99% sodium chloride, with varying amounts of trace minerals such as calcium, iron, zinc, chromium, magnesium, and sulfate, all at safe levels below 1%. Some salt crystals from this region have an off-white to transparent color, while the trace minerals in some veins of salt give it a pink, reddish, or beet-red color.
Red Rock Salt Lumps is mined from the Salt Range mountains, the southern edge of a fold-and-thrust belt that underlies the Pothohar Plateau south of the Himalayas in Pakistan. Himalayan salt comes from a thick layer of Ediacaran to early Cambrian evaporites of the Salt Range Formation. This geological formation consists of crystalline halite intercalated with potash salts, overlain by gypsiferous marl, and interlayered with beds of gypsum and dolomite with infrequent seams of oil shale that accumulated between 600 and 540 million years ago. These strata and the overlying Cambrian to Eocene sedimentary rocks were thrust southward over younger sedimentary rocks and eroded to create the Salt Range.
Red rock salt lumps are used to flavor food. Due mainly to marketing costs, Red Himalayan salt is up to 20 times more expensive than table salt or sea salt. The impurities giving it its distinctive pink hue, as well as its unprocessed state and lack of anti-caking agents, have given rise to the belief that it is healthier than common table salt.
Nutritionally, Himalayan salt is also similar to common table salt, though it lacks the beneficial iodine that is added to commercial iodized table salt. Iodized table salt has significantly reduced disorders of iodine deficiency in countries where it is used.
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