Last Updated on October 17, 2022 by Argufier

At one time there were wars for the acquisition of salt routes and salt deposits. So our life depends on salt!

In everyday life, many kinds of salt are used and sold in chemical stores or even pharmacies, but if it is not table salt, i.e. kitchen salt, then they always add what kind of salt it is. For example, potassium ferro-cyanide, i.e. lye salt (which is a dangerous poison, but unfortunately this is used as an anti-caking agent in shop salts!!!), calcium ammonium nitrate (fertilizer), potassium chloride, potash salt (unfortunately, shop salts also contain too much of this!! !), or other metal salts (copper salts, zinc salts, aluminum salts, etc.). Only sodium chloride (NaCl) is called table salt, or just simply, expressed in one word, salt!!! So when we talk about plain salt, it always means edible or table salt, i.e. sodium chloride. The use of the word salt is so common that out of 100 people interviewed, everyone knew that salt is table salt, but approx. 60 people did not know that salt is nothing but NaCl, i.e. sodium chloride.

If someone dies and is pulverized in the crematorium, and their body is examined for sodium and potassium content, it turns out that our body contains the same amount of both elements, i.e. their ratio is 1:1. Because of these tests, wrong views have recently come to light in the health sector, which, unfortunately, even many doctors accept, that this ratio should also be maintained for meals! They do not take into account that a lifeless body in which physiological processes no longer take place, i.e. no life, is different from a living body in which circulation and metabolic processes take place! It is no coincidence that a physiological solution or an infusion that is delivered directly to a living organism through the bloodstream contains 30 times more sodium than potassium!

This 30:1 ratio is necessary because most of the potassium is inside the cells, while most of the sodium is outside the cells. And the essence of life is for the cell membrane to have the correct osmotic balance between sodium outside the cell and potassium inside the cell. If this balance is disturbed for some reason and due to the loss of sodium, an excess of potassium occurs, then no matter how strong and young someone is, their heart will stop. Our body excretes a lot of sodium and a little potassium through sweating, feces, urine, and breathing, but the body also loses a lot of sodium through evaporation from the skin, i.e. the ratio falls to 30:1! Salt deficiency is a common symptom, but it is exhausting! After training, many of us fall into the trap of drinking up to a liter of cold water at once to quench our thirst. However, drinking electrolyte-poor water (salt-depleted water) after sweating profusely leads to blood dilution, which in severe cases can cause coma or even death. The regulation of salt and fluid balance in the body is of particular importance in the provision of basic organ functions. Significant differences affecting the salt-water household have serious consequences. This is also why athletes can die during training or competition.

During intense or long-term movement, especially in hot weather, the body loses a large amount of fluid and proportionately even larger amounts of salt and sodium through sweating. With vigorous movement, the amount of sweat can reach two liters per hour with a loss of up to 8 grams of sodium (the recommended daily sodium intake under average living conditions is 12 grams for an adult, which includes about 20 grams of table salt). During “water poisoning”, many cells in the body are damaged due to the reduced sodium content of the blood.

Sodium is an ion in the body that is mostly found in the extracellular space (such as blood) and plays an important role in keeping water in the blood vessels. With reduced sodium levels, more water can enter the cells, causing them to swell (edema) and lead to organ damage in the long term. The degree of swelling in which organ is determined by the structure of the given organ.

The swelling of the brain tissue is mostly responsible for the early and severe symptoms, because in a closed skull the brain can only expand to a limited extent and can greatly increase the pressure inside the skull, which can also lead to death.

Athletes often confuse the symptoms of water intoxication with signs of dehydration – in this case, drinking even more water can worsen the symptoms, which are: nausea, irritability, restlessness, muscle cramps, slurred speech, altered behavior. In severe cases, epileptiform convulsions, unconsciousness, coma, and finally death.

It is not possible to determine exactly how much water can cause water poisoning, because it depends on the specific state of the body and the circumstances of the strain. It is important for everyone to know their fluid needs, which is also indicated by the feeling of well-being after training for those who exercise regularly. We do not have to count on water intoxication during training with little sweating or for a short period of time.

Consume drinks containing mineral salts during intense, long-lasting training. As a veteran athlete myself, I also take a lot of pure salt with my drinks and food before my competitions, and that’s why I always perform well, that is, I throw big with the hammer, discus and other weights. As an engineer, I also had the opportunity to experience what kind of salty soda water was provided to the heat plant workers as a protective drink.

If you notice the symptoms mentioned above, you should drink a drink with a high electrolyte content, which can even be salty water. It is also recommended to eat salty foods if someone does not have the desire or ability to drink them.

Salt therefore accompanies us throughout our lives from birth to death. Salt is not only for humans, but also for all mammals, but we can also say that it is vital for all living beings, just like water.

The essence of life is pure water (distilled water), salt and potassium, because they together regulate the body’s water balance. If the ratio of these is not appropriate, then we will be sick, e.g. asthmatic, allergy sufferers, Candida infected, cancer patients, autoimmune patients, etc.

Clean water acts as a transporter in the body and removes the decomposition products produced by the metabolic processes of the cells. Potassium is responsible for the water balance within the cell. In the plant world as well, the hardness of the flesh of fruits depends on the amount of water bound by potassium. Our daily foods contain too much potassium due to artificial fertilization, but if we eat organic foods, they can also have a high potassium content, especially if they are cereals, legumes, tomatoes, etc., but contain very little salt. For this reason, as well as sodium, which has a higher excretion rate from the body, it is necessary to replace salt in the body every day. Salt deficiency causes nearly 100 diseases directly, but indirectly, much more! Salt draws water from the cells, because in this way it ensures the water balance outside the cells. Basically, there are two types of salt water, i.e. “sea”, in our body, one inside the cells and the other outside the cells. Our health depends on the balance of these two “seas”! We can ensure this by taking in enough clean water, which can be distilled water, purified rainwater, or water filtered and purified by the reverse osmosis process (ro.water). We can provide plenty of potassium by eating vegetables and fruits, so there is no need to take in extra potassium, especially not in the form of potassium salt. Inorganic potassium can even cause cardiac arrest with its large, mega dose (such as table salts enriched with potassium).

In the USA, there is still the death penalty, but it is no longer carried out by electric chair, but by intravenous injection of 4 grams of potassium, which causes immediate cardiac arrest. A lower dose of potassium is used to stop the heart during heart surgery. The organic potassium in plants is absorbed more slowly, especially if we add a little salt to it when it is taken into the body in order to balance the potassium excess with salt. It is no coincidence that my grandfather used to eat tomatoes with a high potassium content by dipping every morsel in salt! Due to its higher elimination rate from the body, salt can be used more boldly when eating foods with a high potassium content. A good example of this is the consumption of high-potassium soy. In Europe and the USA, more and more soy is consumed, and as a result sudden cardiac arrests or previous cardiovascular diseases have occurred because of this, because they believe the officially propagated population reducer awareness slogan that a lot of salt makes you sick. In Asia, especially in Japan, soy is eaten with soy, and yet diseases like those of Europeans or Americans do not occur, and they also have the highest average age.

What is the secret of this? The fact that they eat soy very salty! They do not salt by sprinkling salt directly on their soy foods, but by making salty sauces and salty dressings and thereby compensating for the potassium-sodium, i.e. salt, balance of soy and other high-potassium foods.

Salt is therefore also an ancient medicine, which is taken with food, by salting the food. If, for example, we do not drink enough clean water, our body becomes dehydrated. In this situation, our body takes the necessary water from the water balance outside the cells (“sea”) to keep the water-deficient cells alive. That’s why you should always drink clean water, because in case of water shortage, if absolutely necessary, the body is able to squeeze water from the water outside the cells into the vital cells, i.e. in the case of water shortage, sickness, fainting, or even death can occur. It is therefore no coincidence that as first aid, the appropriate proportion of salt water is given intravenously. Our body maintains the amount of so-called extracellular water (outside the cells) with a precaution: It orders the kidneys to retain salt, thereby binding the water outside the cells. So the lack of water is responsible for the formation of edema (edema). Therefore, if the amount of intracellular (within the cells) water has to be pressed into the body chronically from the extracellular water, then the pressure required for squeezing must also be increased. This increase in pressure occurs in the form of hypertension, i.e. high blood pressure.

The accumulated water will first cause smaller and larger edema formations, then pulmonary edema (asthma-cardiale)! The therapy for such diseases is to eliminate the lack of water by drinking clean water.

If we bring in impure water to eliminate the water shortage, then the given water can cause other diseases due to the impurities in it. It is therefore no coincidence that distilled water is used for infusions directly into the bloodstream.

Therefore, do not believe that distilled water is poisonous when taken orally, because then any infusion would cause death by entering the bloodstream. The introduction (drinking) of water into the body should not be done in an overloaded manner (with the exception of severe water deficiency), but slowly and in stages, until the amount of urine equals the amount of water taken in and drunk. If we drink enough water, we flush salt from the body.

As the amount of salt decreases and the amount of water increases, the body no longer needs to retain aqueous fluid, and thus it can get rid of the water bound in the tissues, as a precaution, due to lack of water.

Never take diuretics, because pure water is the best diuretic, i.e. the best diuretic!!!

In addition to regulating water balance, pure salt has another role in our body.

Salt is a natural antihistamine

For asthma, it can be as effective as an inhalation spray. With the difference that it has no side effects!

For an asthma attack, drink two or three glasses of distilled water and put a pinch of pure salt on your tongue.

Salt protects cells and especially brain cells from acidification. Today, many people’s bodies are acidified because they do not use enough pure salt, or they use a lot of salt, but it is not pure salt, i.e. not pure NaCl! The kidneys also need pure salt to reduce excess acids and to excrete them with urine. If the body is poor in salt, it becomes more and more acidic!!! The brain does not function properly due to its acidification. That is why salt is also important in the treatment of psychological and emotional disorders. Lithium, which is used in the treatment of depression, tries to replace salt. The patient should not be given lithium, but more pure salt! Pure salt plays an important role in the brain, in the constant maintenance of serotonin and melatonin levels. If there is enough clean water and enough clean salt in the body, they, as natural antioxidants, remove toxic waste products, so that the body does not have to “sacrifice” essential amino acids, such as tryptophan and tyrosine. Because tryptophan is necessary for the formation of serotonin, melatonin and tryptamine.

One of the conditions for good sleep is an adequate level of melatonin in the brain. Many people have no idea that they would sleep much better if they salted with pure salt a little more! Pure salt is therefore very important for sleep disorders, as it is also a natural sleeping pill. Many people do not know that the proper use of pure salt is necessary for the prevention and treatment of cancer. If someone stabs their hand once and it starts to bleed, they have to suck the wound so that it is disinfected: The saltiness of the blood tasted in this way must be memorized, because our blood ensures that it always contains the right amount of NaCl.

If we don’t take in enough pure salt, the blood aggressively pulls it out of our bones, the organ that contains the most sodium. In this case, bone metabolism is disrupted and osteoporosis begins. Osteoporosis can also be cured by using the right amount of pure salt. If we taste our first urine every morning and its saltiness is the same as the salt content of our blood, then we have taken enough pure salt into our body the previous day. If the salty taste is not stronger than the saltiness of the blood, then we did not eat enough salt the day before, and if it is stronger than the saltiness of the blood, then we consumed too much salt in the last 24 hours. The saltiness of the urine therefore indicates whether we have introduced enough salt into our body. If, for example, our urine in the morning is not salty enough, or even salty enough, and it will be hot that day, or we will be exposed to strong physical exertion accompanied by sweating, then we have to eat a little saltier that day! This is true for all diseases, including cancer.

Cancer cells die in the presence of oxygen. These are so-called anaerobic organisms that require an oxygen-deficient environment. If there is enough clean water in the body and enough clean salt increases the amount of blood, then with the circulating blood, the oxygen goes everywhere and the immune cells activated and motivated in this way enter the cancerous tissues and destroy them. Therefore, dehydration, inadequate consumption of pure water and consumption of an inadequate amount of pure salt weaken the immune system.

You can also increase the body’s oxygenation with exercise, but you also need clean water and clean salt! By the way, the saying is true that movement replaces all medicine, but no medicine has yet been invented that would replace movement!!!

With my invention, the oxygen siphon (must be filled with clean water) and the oxygen cartridge containing medical oxygen, it is possible to produce superoxygenated water whose liter contains 2200 mg of dissolved oxygen. Even with the regular consumption of such water, a lot of oxygen enters the body, and as a result, cancer cells die even faster, especially if we also introduce enough pure salt into our body during meals.

Dr. László Weixl-Várhegyi at egeszsegter.hu

Salt is important not only for the maintenance of bones, but also of muscles and strength. Contrary to popular belief, pure salt also reduces heart rhythm disorders and plays an important role in blood pressure regulation. The water-salt ratio is also extremely important! A low-salt diet combined with high water consumption leads to high blood pressure in some people. So not only a lot of salt can cause high blood pressure, but also a little!!! If someone drinks water and consumes little or no salt, there is not enough water left in the blood circulation and thus the blood vessels do not fill up properly. Shop salts are contaminated with potassium, just like foods preserved with impure salt produced by the food industry, and because of this the cells change, especially the Na/K ratio of the blood which is sensitive to it, and because of this cardiovascular diseases develop, and even cardiac arrest can also occur!!!

It is also interesting that pure salt can also cure diabetes! Pure salt helps keep blood sugar levels in balance and reduces the need for insulin. Clean water and clean salt reduce damage to the vascular system in all our organs, but this is especially noticeable in our eyes. Cells need pure salt to develop hydroelectric power, as salt carries electricity to the cells. A good example of this is distilled water, which does not conduct electricity, while salt water conducts it well. Because of this effect, pure salt participates in the following important physiological processes:

  • Pure salt plays an important role in the connection between nerve cells and the processing of information.
  • Pure salt is necessary for digestion and the absorption of nutrients.
  • In addition to sodium, chlorine also plays an important role in stomach acid, because stomach acid, HCl!
  • Pure salt cleans the lungs and bronchi and helps break up mucus, breaks down and softens the mucus in the lungs (asthma, emphysema-emphysema, cystic fibrosis)
  • Pure salt on the tongue stops a dry cough!
  • Pure salt is necessary to break up the deposits of catarrh and sinuses, and it is also an excellent cure for allergies.
  • Pure salt also plays an important role in the prevention, prevention and treatment of athtitis, polyarthitis (arthritis) and muscle spasms.
  • Pure salt prevents excessive mucus production, so excessive saliva production indicates a lack of salt!
  • Bone thinning, i.e. osteoporosis, in most cases, as mentioned earlier, can be traced back to the lack of pure salt and pure water. Proper salting with pure salt is therefore necessary for bone strengthening! Since pure salt plays a role in maintaining the stability of serotonin and melatonin levels, which regulate our well-being (self-confidence, positive thoughts), it therefore directly and indirectly affects our personality.
  • Pure salt is important for maintaining libido, both for men and women. You don’t need Viagra if you eat pure salt!
  • Pure salt helps to reduce the toca (double chin), because due to the lack of salt, the salivary glands produce more saliva to help with chewing and swallowing, and also to provide the stomach with enough water to process food. Blood circulation to the salivary glands increases and blood vessels become permeable to supply the glands with more water for increased saliva production. The blood vessels become permeable not only around the glands, but also in the neck, chin and face, and water collects here as well, which causes the formation of the toca.
  • Pure salt protects against the cracking of varicose veins and capillaries. The sodium content of the blood is adequate if it is higher than 142 mmol/l. Above this value, there is no need to fear a vascular catastrophe!
  • Pure salt increases muscle strength, the vital capacity of the lungs, sports performance and also prevents excessive sweating during increased physical exertion.

One could also list the health damage caused by a lack of salt, but I have still given enough information to understand the importance of consuming clean salt and clean water. In relation to asthmatics and other diseases, it is important to mention that as much pure salt is important, too much potassium is just as harmful!!! Fruits and foods with a high potassium content (oranges, bananas, tomatoes, soy and other legumes, wheat, spelled wheat, potatoes, etc.) and drinks can cause asthma attacks. Therefore, it is advisable to salt them a little more with pure salt to maintain the sodium/potassium balance.

Source: egeszsegter.hu

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