“You can trace every sickness, every disease, and every ailment to a mineral
deficiency.” Linus Pauling, PhD
What’s SOLÉ Water?
SOLÉ (pronounced… so-lay) is water (free of impurities… filtered and purified) that’s been completely saturated with mineral-rich, unrefined salt.
What’s Special About This Union?
The electrolytes in this type of salt ionize, and these positive ions surround the negative ions of the water molecules (and vice versa).
It’s a process by which an atom (or a molecule) acquires a negative or positive charge by gaining or losing electrons (often in conjunction with other chemical changes). Put another way, ionization (in chemistry and physics) is any process by which electrically neutral atoms or molecules are converted to electrically charged atoms or molecules (ions).
The SOLÉ has a naturally-occurring electrical charge, and this electrical charge is ideal for the body. Why, how does it work? Here’s what happens. The body thoroughly absorbs the SOLÉ solution, and thus… we receive deep hydration right down to the cellular level. You see, when we drink SOLÉ water… its electrical charge prompts the body to send electrical signals from cell to cell.
Once combined with water… The natural, unrefined salt’s electrolytes of sodium, potassium, magnesium, phosphate, chloride, bicarbonate, calcium sulfate, et cetera… undergo ionization, and then they become electrically charged molecules (ions). When natural, unrefined salt dissolves in water… The result is a concentrated, electrically charged matrix of the salt’s host of minerals.
Dianne (owner/author of this website) suggests for you to watch a video to grasp the profound health benefits of consuming water and salt. Since it doesn’t align with Scripture, go ahead and ignore the advice that the woman gives on what to eat and what not to eat. If you want info on what to eat and what not to eat in accordance with Scripture, HERE is where to click.
A Video To Watch
Click HERE and we will travel you to the video that Dianne highly suggests for you to watch. The well-spoken woman does a really great job in stressing the ultra importance of a person’s water and salt intake. Remember, her advice about what to eat and what not to eat does NOT align with Scripture.
SOLÉ Preparation… Use No Metal
The reason for not using a metal lid and metal utensils when prepping/serving SOLÉ is that salt, after having been mixed with water, can (and will) oxidize metals. Dry salt can sit on dry metal without it causing a chemical reaction. However, when water has been added to the equation, everything changes… the chemical and physical reactions start to take place. When this occurs, other metals and chemicals can release into the salt water. The reason being… the metal lid (or metal spoon) starts to corrode. Even if they are stainless steel or other non-corrosive metals that won’t rust in theory, they can still react to the salt water. The goal is to totally avoid oxidization and corrosion issues by being sure to not draw chemicals/metals/elements out of the metal and into the water.
Here’s How To Make SOLÉ
In a glass jar, put…
Pink Himalayan salt, finely ground = ¼ cup
Water, free of impurities = ½ cup
Stir the water and salt (no metal utensils). Click HERE to find out what Dianne uses to lid the jar of SOLÉ water.
A metal lid is NOT good to use, neither is a cloth with a rubber band and neither is a smallish plate (the latter two are NOT airtight). Leave the jar of SOLÉ on the kitchen countertop (at room temperature), and allow it to sit for 12 to 24 hours.
What To Look For
After the 12 to 24 hours has elapsed, here’s what the SOLÉ will look like. There will be a layer of salt at the bottom of the jar, and there will be salty water above this salt layer. This means that the water absorbed the maximum amount of salt, and it will not absorb any more (SOLÉ).
Do NOT stir the SOLÉ, and put 1 measured teaspoon of it (just the liquid portion… salty water) into 10 ounces of water (water that’s free of impurities). First thing, every morning… be sure to drink this healing elixir.
How To Store SOLÉ
SOLÉ is antibacterial, so it’s perfectly fine to store it on the kitchen counter (at room temperature). In case you’re wondering, here’s the meaning of antibacterial. The medical definition… anything that destroys bacteria or suppresses their growth or their ability to reproduce is antibacterial. More simply put… whatever is destructive to or whatever inhibits the growth of bacteria is antibacterial.
How To Make More SOLÉ
The key for SOLÉ is to always have a layer of salt at the bottom of the jar. This way, you know that the water has been fully saturated with the salt. To make more SOLÉ… Add ½ cup of water (free of impurities) plus 2 tablespoons of natural, unrefined salt (fine grind). Stir (no metal utensils), cover and allow to sit for 12 to 24 hours. When you go to use the SOLÉ, if there’s no salt at the bottom of the jar… go ahead and add another tablespoon of salt. It’s really this easy to maintain a SOLÉ.
If you’re eating according to Scripture… foods of the Bible, SOLÉ is a marvelously healing elixir. But, if you’re eating outside of Scripture… SOLÉ can certainly work against you.
Salt Of The Earth
Matthew 5:13… “Ye are the SALT of the earth: but if the salt have lost his
SAVOUR*, wherewith shall it be SALTED? it is thenceforth good for nothing,
but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.”
Orig: from 251; salt; figuratively, prudence:–salt.
Use: TDNT-1:228,36 Noun Neuter
1) salt with which food is seasoned and sacrifices are sprinkled
2) those kinds of saline matter used to fertilise arable land
3) salt is a symbol of lasting concord, because it protects food from
putrefaction and preserves it unchanged. Accordingly, in the solemn
of compacts, the orientals were, and are to this day, accustomed to partake
of salt together
4) wisdom and grace exhibited in speech
Orig: from 3474; to become insipid; figuratively, to make (passively, act)
as a simpleton:–become fool, make foolish, lose savour.
Use: TDNT-4:832,620 Verb
1) to be foolish, to act foolishly
2a) to make foolish
2a1) to prove a person or a thing foolish
2b) to make flat and tasteless
2b1) of salt that has lost its strength and flavour
Orig: from 251; to salt:–salt.
1) to salt, season with salt, sprinkle with salt