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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Himalayan Salt Detox Patches Bogus?

There is an obvious market out there that caters to our toxic world, but that doesn't mean that there isn't a lot of bogus products out there. While Himalayan salt products are well known for being a healthy alternative, these particular detox patches that you suppose to slap on your feet seem to be slightly, uh, scam-like. The concept behind this product is that the salt will draw out unwanted toxins through your feet. You suppose to wear these patches when you sleep, for 5 days in a row. They are usually sold as 10 patches (Two 5-day regimens).

By what I could tell, the main proponents of this product are the ones selling it. The other reviews I read, didn't sound so favorable, except for this one person that was amazed at how dirty their patch was after using it. Hmm... I mean seriously, if Himalayan salt is going to be used for your health, wouldn't it be better to just buy the bath salts or simply eat the freakin' salt? A good link that provides a detailed review, can be found here: doesitreallywork.org/himalayan-salt-detox-patches-review/

There are so many ways to assist your body with the detoxification process, albeit your kidneys and liver (if functioning halfway normal) suppose to do most of the work anyway. Simply monitoring what you eat, drink and breathe goes a long way, but who knows, maybe this product actually helps. I just posted this in case somebody knew for sure if this product was bogus or not.

If you'd rather check out some of the cool Himalayan Salt products that are actually worth buying, go here: http://perpendicularity.org/blog/2010/10/11/himalayan-salt/

Image Credit: Fair Use - Product Image. This picture can be found on various websites and catalogs.

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