Himalayan pink salt is extremely dark purple in color that is a pale grey or brownish-grey with traces of red in it. Himalayan salt has a pinkish-green tint because of mineral impurities in its composition. It is mainly used in cooking and medicine as food supplement, table salt, and even as a decorative material in home lighting.

The most sought after Himalayan salt can be found in Asia and used in making various types of foods including sushi, noodles, soups, marinated vegetables, ice cream, and other desserts. A typical batch of Himalayan salt has an average density of about two hundred four pounds per cubic meter.

Himalayan salt comes in two forms; coarse and fine Himalayan. Both of them are mined in the Himalayan Mountains and come in different shapes and colors. Fine Himalayan, which is the most sought after form, is more translucent with a brownish tint while coarse Himalayan has a yellowish tint.

Himalayan salt was first discovered by Alexander von Humboldt, the noted European explorer who traveled to the Himalayas in the nineteenth century. He was fascinated by the rock formation and the minerals present there. Later on in the century another European explorer, Franz Boas, made several trips to the Himalayas to gather more information on the rock formations and minerals found there.

Some scientists also claim to have discovered the name of Himalayan Salt on a piece of pottery that they found while excavating in Nepal. This theory is very much controversial and was never proven.

The Himalayans were very proud and warm people and most of their art and artifacts were made of gold, silver, precious stones, wood, ivory, pottery, ceramics, copper, and pottery. Their architecture was exquisite and they used a great amount of metals in their crafts. The use of metals in making items of everyday life was common they would use gold, silver, iron, copper, tin, silver, lead, wood, glass, stone, bone, and even leather in the production of pots, dishes, utensils, clothes, bowls, cups, dishes, and utensils. Some of their clothing was also made out of silk, cotton, wool, silk, and goat skin.

The name "Himalayan salt" comes from his/her name which is Khuna. The word hung means "he who dwells beneath the snow". This is what the Himalayan mountain dwellers call themselves. These people are nomads who make their living from hunting, fishing, herding, farming, planting, and many other things that can be done in the open spaces.

The name Himalayan has become very popular throughout the world because of all of the benefits that Himalayan salt has for the body. The name is used in many forms and is considered a luxury and a status symbol to the wealthy class in some countries.

Himalayan pink salt is a form of sodium chloride, and many people believe that it contains more natural elements than any other salt on the planet. It is said to improve the health of the heart, decrease cholesterol, help the kidneys cleanse the blood, reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, and is also said to increase fertility in women.

These natural minerals are also found in many herbs, which can also be found in Himalayan salt. These herbs can help in the healing of your body as well as in enhancing the skin and hair. You will notice the difference almost immediately when you begin taking Himalayan salt.

In addition, many cultures and religions use the name of Himalayan to represent the ultimate. You will find many stories in the Bible, and the Qur'an of Jesus eating this salt from his mother's pearl dish, which is said to be the purest form of salt around. The story of King Arthur is also believed to have eaten this salt from his mother's pearl dish.

Another popular name for the mineral is "Pride Rock" because of its reputation as the hardest rock on earth. It is a hard rock, which is also called "a fortress of the gods" because it is the toughest rock in the world. Some people call it "the rock of the gods", or "Pride of the Gods". These are just a few of the names that have been given to it, and it is known to be a great way to honor the most precious rock on Earth.