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Pink Himalayan



Himalayan Pink Salt is one of the purest salts available for culinary, therapeutic and cosmetic uses. This delectable salt has beautifully formed crystals which range in colour from off-white to a lustrous pink, which indicates a quantifiable amount of 84 trace elements and iron. The benefits are endless but Himalayan Pink Salt is primarily used for gourmet cooking and in bath preparations.

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The earliest discovery of Himalayan Pink Salt dates back to 326 BC during the battle between Alexander the Great and Raja Porus 

In 326BC, during the battle between Alexander the Great and Raja Porus, the armies of Alexander the Great settled at the right bank of river Jhelum near Dara Pur village. The ailing horses who spread to graze, started licking the surrounding outcrop rocks and became well which amused the soldiers who found a salty taste to the rocks. 

Thus, the occurrence of this enormous treasure of salt deposit came to the knowledge of inhabitants.
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Geologists believe that the Great Salt Range was formed when tectonic plate movements formed a mountain range trapping the ocean underneath it. Over the years the ocean water slowly started to dehydrate, forming thick mineral-rich salt deposits. For millions of years the Salt Range went untouched and undiscovered as animal and human habitations developed around it; and as such remained intact in its purity. 

It was in 1849, that Dr. H. Warth, a renowned mining geologist from the UK, came up with a new mining method called “Pillar and Chamber” to allow easy access to the salt deposits. The result was a mine consisting of seventeen stories; 5 upper levels, 1 ground level and 11 lower levels; 25 miles of tunnels stretching across the lower 11 levels and running about half a mile into the mountains. It is said that Dr. Warth excavated about 50% of the salt deposits, while the remaining was left as structural support for the mine. This is the mine still in use today with its tunnels extending 730 meters further into the mountains and the underground mine covering roughly 43 square miles. It is estimated that the total amount of salt still remaining in this region is somewhere between 80-600 million tons.
Himalayan Salt comes in crystal form and in a variety of colours ranging from transparent to pink, red and even grey or black. It is believed to have several health benefits and as such is used in over 360 ancient Ayaurvedic medicines for treatment of high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes and other many other medical problems.

Mogul Salt brings to you Pink Himalayan Salt and with our simple mining and packaging methods, we carefully protect the natural purity of the product. Our Pink Himalayan Salt and variant products are not processed with chemicals and contain no preservations or additives. The MOGUL symbol on our products stands for quality and we guarantee 100% purity.

Uses of Pink Himalayan Salt

Mogul Pink Himalayan salt has different uses and health benefits for the body


Including Pink Himalayan Salt in your diet and lifestyle has many health benefits to your body


Use Himalayan salt in place of regular salt when cooking, and ensure a healthy meal for your family


Use Mogul Pink Himalayan Salt Inhaler instead of a steroid asthma inhaler*


The detoxer warms the salt dome and when you place your feet, you feel relaxed

Pink Himalayan Salt Facts

Contain over 84 minerals and trace elements
Comes from Salt Range in Punjab region of Pakistan
Pink Himalayan Salt is over 99% Pure
Comes from salt mines 5,000 feet below the Himalayan Mountains
Fair Trade Policy
We operate a fair trade policy that guarantees fair pay for the people who mine the crystals and craft the lamps, there is no exploitation and we do not condone or allow the use of child labour. Our products have not been tested on animals.

Neither Mogul Salt or the compiler of this website have medical training. Please consult your doctor before using any salt products.

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