Salt is one of the most basic and common commodities. Alchemists
regarded it as one of the three major elements, with sulphur
and quicksilver (mercury). Three-quarters of the world is saline
oceans and we each contain our own internal sea. Yet salt is very valuable, hence the saying that people are 'worth their salt: Salt regulates the tides and internal flow of water in and
around our cells. It can save lives. The body can loose salt
through chronic diarrhoea, dehydration, shock and loss of blood,
but long-term deficiencies are unlikely as salt is put into most
manufactured food-in fact most people take too much salt.
(Simple Tooth Powder) 1 teaspoon of ground fresh sage 6 teaspoon
sea salt Grind the sage and salt together in a pestle and mortar
until thoroughly combined. Pour into a clean 30 ml jar and
pack down tightly. To use: Put a small amount on to a toothbrush
and brush in the usual way. Rinse your mouth with plenty of water.
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