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Bokek Dead Sea Salt

$10.00
Item #:
879322002487
Product Bullets:
Unscented All Natural Dead Sea Salt
Product Bullets:
Coarse Grain - good for bathing
Weight:
1 kg / 2.2 lbs

SaltWorks Bokek Dead Sea Salt

  • DEAD SEA SALT is the most sought-after and therapeutic bath salt in the world
  • UNBLENDED AND RICH IN NATURALLY-OCCURRING MINERALS, Bokek salt assists in cleansing, detoxifying, and restoring a healthy status quo to the skin and muscles
  • PERFECT FOR USE in spa treatments and therapeutic-grade Dead Sea bath salts and scrubs
  • COMPLETELY ALLERGEN AND CRUELTY-FREE Bokek by SaltWorks is devoid of contaminants including genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
  • OPTICALLY CLEANED with SaltWorks' proprietary air jet technology, this is the cleanest certified authentic Dead Sea salt available on the market

Bokek Dead Sea Salt contains 10 times more minerals than ordinary sea salt, minerals which assist in cleansing, detoxifying, and restoring a healthy status quo to the body, especially the skin and muscles.

Bokek Dead Sea Salts are very dry and absorb essential oils with ease, enabling the oils to be released easily into the bath water as the salts dissolve. This is beneficial for those wishing to experience the benefits of Dead Sea salt and aromatherapy in the privacy of their own home.

Dead Sea Salts can benefit conditions like acne, eczema, dry skin, dandruff, and arthritis plus overall benefits for stress relief and general health.

Minerals and Naturally Occurring Compounds Found in the Dead Sea:

Sulfur is necessary for the secretion of bile from the liver and for converting toxins into non-toxins. Sulfur is found in the amino acids cysteine and methionine; as well as in cells, hemoglobin (of the blood), collagen (of the muscles), keratin (required for skin), insulin, heparin, biotin, and co-enzyme A (required for healthy hair, skin, nails, among many other biological structures). Sulfur is necessary for synthesizing collagen. It is required for the adequate digestion and absorption of carbohydrates and a number of vitamins, such as thiamin, biotin, and pantothenic acid. It is also essential to enabling cells to breathe.

Sulfur is necessary for the secretion of bile from the liver and for converting toxins into non-toxins. Sulfur is found in the amino acids cysteine and methionine; as well as in cells, hemoglobin (of the blood), collagen (of the muscles), keratin (required for skin), insulin, heparin, biotin, and co-enzyme A (required for healthy hair, skin, nails, among many other biological structures). Sulfur is necessary for synthesizing collagen. It is required for the adequate digestion and absorption of carbohydrates and a number of vitamins, such as thiamin, biotin, and pantothenic acid. It is also essential to enabling cells to breathe.

Chlorine is necessary to maintain the correct balance of alkaline and acid in the body, together with being vital for cell metabolism.

Iodine is necessary for the production of the hormone thyroxin, and is also vital for both energy and cell metabolism.

Potassium is necessary to maintain the water balance in order for cell metabolism to take place, assisting the cells to absorb nourishment and expel waste products. An imbalance in potassium often leads to water retention. Potassium also plays a vital role in regulating muscle contractions and the nervous system.

Sodium, like potassium, plays a vital role in assisting the cells to absorb nourishment and expel waste.

Calcium is necessary in strengthening cell membranes and cleansing the pores. In addition, it is vital for production and maintenance of healthy teeth and bones, together with regulating the heart muscles and nerves.

Magnesium is necessary in assisting the body to utilize other essential nutrients and in cell metabolism.

Bromine helps with the natural repair of the body together with cell metabolism and can be used as a natural antibiotic.