What is the reason StamiLyte is much richer and better in minerals than just salt?

The minerals in salt can precipitate at different times during the salt-making process because of differences in their chemical properties and solubility.

Salt is typically extracted from saltwater or salt mines through a process of evaporation. As the water evaporates, the concentration of salt in the remaining water increases, and eventually, the salt crystals begin to form and precipitate out of the water. However, different minerals will have different solubility rates and will therefore precipitate out of the water at different times so when the salt is picked these essential minerals are left behind.

For example, sodium chloride (NaCl) has a higher solubility rate than other minerals like magnesium sulfate (MgSO4) or calcium carbonate (CaCO3), so it will tend to precipitate out of the water first. Magnesium and calcium compounds will be dissolved in the water for longer and will only start to precipitate out of the water when the concentration of salt becomes higher, as the water evaporates further and in most cases they are left in the bittern solution.

Additionally, the temperature and pH of the water can also affect the rate at which minerals precipitate out of the water. For example, if the water is at a higher temperature, the solubility of certain minerals will decrease and they will precipitate out faster. Similarly, if the pH of the water is higher, minerals like calcium carbonate will tend to precipitate out and washed out of the salt.

What is salt bittern?

Salt bittern is a byproduct of the salt-making process, it is a concentrated solution of the dissolved minerals that were present in the original saltwater or brine. It is also known as “brine concentrate” or “bittern.” It contains high levels of dissolved minerals such as magnesium, calcium, potassium, and other trace elements. The composition of salt bittern can vary depending on the source of the saltwater or brine, but it is typically rich in magnesium chloride and calcium chloride.

It is called bittern because it is very bitter and astringent even in small concentrations. Its colour is usually light green.

Salt bittern is commonly produced as a byproduct of solar salt production, which is a method of extracting salt from saltwater by evaporating the water under the sun. As the water evaporates, the salt crystals form and are harvested, leaving behind the concentrated bittern solution. Salt bittern can also be produced as a byproduct of other salt extraction methods such as vacuum evaporation or rock salt mining.

Salt bittern is considered a waste product and is typically disposed of, but it can also be used for various industrial and commercial applications, such as in the production of magnesium compounds, in agriculture as a fertilizer, and in the treatment of water and wastewater. It can also be used for de-icing roads and as an ingredient in personal care and cleaning products.

It’s important to note that some of the dissolved minerals in salt bittern can be harmful if ingested in large amounts due to its very high concentration.

Polluted sea salt

It refers to salt that has been contaminated by pollutants such as heavy metals, sewage, oil from boats and ships, radio active materials and plastic particles. These pollutants can come from a variety of sources, including cities and industrial activities, and can end up in the ocean through runoff and discharge. When sea salt is produced from seawater that has been contaminated by these pollutants, the pollutants become concentrated in the salt.

Consuming contaminated sea salt can have negative health effects, as some pollutants can be toxic when ingested in high amounts. Heavy metals such as lead and cadmium can damage the nervous system, while some toxic chemicals have been linked to cancer and other diseases. Plastic particles can also cause harm, as they can release chemicals that can disrupt hormones and cause other health problems.

It’s important to check the origin of the salt, salts produced from pure underground artesian brine springs from clean and protected areas are less likely to be contaminated.

StamiLyte is unprocessed

The main reasons StamiLyte is perfect as a natural multimineral supplement is because its pure and unprocessed. It comes from ancient underground artesian springs which are 18 million years old so its totally pure and clean with no pollution. Its concentration is perfect and naturally balanced for the right dosage. Its in ionic form, making it easy and quick to absorb for quick results.

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