This Hunza water recipe using Karakorum & Himalayan rock salt comes from simple at-home and an easily obtained inexpensive gourmet ingredient. You and nature create this Hunza water. It’s inspired by research discovered from several longevity societies, not just the Hunza people. The term “Hunza water” popularized the idea of “live,” pristine and highly mineralized water enough to warrant its further study, so we’ll name this recipe Hunza water.
Various isolated societies discovered by doctors, explorers and university professors surprisingly had a water source that some call “glacial milk:” pristine water that tumbles through the sunlight over mountain and ancient sea bed minerals. The idea of Hunza water– whether or not the Hunzas were the healthiest of the longevity societies found – opened up a new awareness in health, so this recipe called Hunza water is a combination of ancient Himalayan “live” minerals (Himalayan rock salt) and water with enhanced “chi” from the sun, all from the easily accessed inexpensive fair trade ingredient called Himalayan pink salt or Himalayan rock salt, water, and a sunny window.
It isn’t mysterious and woo-woo – Himalayan pink rock salt is sought out and used by gourmet chefs from around the world. But it does have almost mysterious reported health qualities: It is widely reported to be from a 250 million year old ancient sea bed from a pristine eco-system, contains at least 84 minerals that match the human body’s “inner sea” when in perfect health, heals us from a refined salt diet while tasting delicious and satisfying our salt craving, helps return the body to its highest vibrational state.
To get this “live” vibrational quality, this Hunza water uses a product called sole made as described below.
Himalayan pink rock salt used in this Hunza water recipe comes to us in fair trade manner in ground powder the consistency of table sea salt for use as one would table salt, as larger chunks about the size of rocks you could hold in one hand, larger gourmet cooking slabs and salt lamps that cleanse the air with negative ions. For this Hunza water, you want the larger chunks the size of a hand-held rock. I can get these chunks from my regular grocery store for around $3 each. Online I’ve seen them for about $30 per 2 pounds. This Hunza water recipe cannot be replicated by simply dissolving ground powdered Himalayan pink table salt into a glass of water. Somehow proponents of making sole say it’s healing charge doesn’t take place that way, and sole actually contains far less sodium than sprinkling ground salt in water, while saturating the water with the 84 minerals and giving it the life vibration we’re seeking.
Suggested Uses for Hunza Water:
Hunza Water is a catalytic structured water which, when added to other liquids, enhances their solvency power by altering their molecular structure.
Use Hunza Water concentrate in all your drinking water.
Use it in other beverages, especially juice and tea.
Use on cut flowers to maintain their freshness.
Use to rinse vegetables and fruits.
Use to catalyze your bath or spa water.
Use to wet your toothbrush or add to your favorite mouthwash.
Use to prevent nicks while shaving.
Use it with your shampoo, other hair care products and body lotion.
Abstracts are available of 10 Evaluation Studies of Hunza Water, A Functional Silicate Nanocolloid:
* Hunza Water has anti-aging benefits through antioxidation and alkalisation.
* Hunza Water has helped in natural pain relief from headaches, sore muscles, fibromyalgia and inflammation of the joints.
* Hunza Water Effectively Lowers Blood Lactic Acid Levels During Strenuous Exercise
* Hunza Water Protects Against Oxidative Stress (free radical damage) as a Scavenger of Free Radicals
* Hunza Water enhances hydration of all tissues especially in the elderly
* Hunza Water increases production of the energy molecule adenosine triphosphate or ATP by enhancing Mitochondrial NADH Production
* Physician Using Hunza Water Climbed Mount Everest Without Oxygen
* Aging Marathon Runner On Hunza Water Improves Time
* Safety Studies have been done with Hunza Water: Acute Oral Toxicity Study; Pre-Clinical Trial With Human Subjects Taking Hunza Water.