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Dead Sea Salt is a treasure for human health

Since ancient times, Dead Sea salt has been renowned for its therapeutic properties and healing qualities. Ancient people used it to treat a variety of illnesses and skin conditions. What makes the Dead Sea special is its high salt content which is super rich in minerals. Dead sea salt contains a boatload of minerals, including magnesium, calcium, sulfur, bromide, iodine, sodium, potassium and zinc, which are easily absorbed by the skin. Because of its dense mineral content, Dead Sea salt is extremely bitter and is not edible but it does have incredible beauty benefits for skin and hair

The Dead Sea is one of the natural wonders of the world, which is 417 meters below sea level. It is one of the saltiest lakes in the world. Compared to the 3% salt content of ordinary sea water, researchers claim that the Dead Sea water contains 32% salts with relatively high concentration of 21 minerals such as magnesium, calcium, bromide and potassium. 12 of these minerals are not found in another other sea or lake

Characteristics of Eczema

- can be categorized as acute, subacute and chronic

- occurs in the area around head, face, hands, feet and so on

- for elderly, more frequently happens when weather turns cool or there is a sudden drop in humidity (dry eczema)

- the cause is usually complex and unknown

- sympathetic episodes (mainly chronic)

- usually itchy

- appears in the form of blisters, pimples, scab, peeling and so on

- recurring

As individual causes are hard to find out, treatment is also more difficult

Eczema problems? Mr Yan Hao's remedies: 4 kinds of relief from Dead Sea salt (source: HK Economic Journal)

Suffering from eczema can be painful.  To relieve from the discomfort, one has to pay attention to daily diet, put on moisturizing cream, etc.  Mr Yan Hao discovered one thing that can relieve eczema to a great extent and what is it?

Yan Hao researched that Dead Sea water contains a lot of magnesium, sodium, calcium, potassium and chlorine, and is 30 times more than common sea water.  Also CNN reported on the amazing results of Dead Sea salt on relieving eczema

Yan Hao found several Dead Sea salt recipes, some with essential oils and other ingredients, which proved to be very effective in relieving discomforts from eczema and psoriasis...

Selected Items for Relieving Eczema

More about Dead Sea Minerals

Research has shown there are specific benefits to each of these Dead Sea minerals such as:

Calcium - Calcium in hair helps to stimulate communication between cells, thereby promoting hair growth and healthy follicles

Magnesium - Magnesium deficiency is a major biochemical cause of hair loss in women. It affects the thyroid, metabolism, the heart, nervous system, muscular-skeletal system, digestive system and more

Chloride - balances minerals in cells and in the body, necessary to maintain the correct balance of alkaline and acid in the body, which is vital for cell metabolism

Bromide- heals and relieves disorders, and has relaxing effect as an anti-inflammatory agent, can be used as a natural antibiotic

Sodium Chloride - nourishes and hydrates skin cells and removes toxic waste, improving its permeability

Iodine -  considered as one of the best air growth minerals. The thyroid gland relies on iodine to make the hormones necessary for the growth of healthy hair, teeth and bones

Zinc - plays a crucial role in DNA and RNA production which is required for the normal division of hair follicle cells, leading to healthier hair growth. Zinc also keeps hormone levels balanced and prevents hair loss. Besides it helps grayed and aged hair return to its original color

Boron - replenishment of the Boron mineral helps to relieve the symptoms of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis

Potassium - Potassium deficiency is one of the major reasons behind hair loss in both men and women. If there is a deficiency of potassium in the body, the cells may not function normally, resulting in many side effects, including hair loss

Sulphur - Human hair is made from a protein called keratin, which is high in sulphur content. The presence of sulphur gives healthy hair its strength and elasticity; conversely, the absence of enough sulphur leads to brittle hair that is easily broken