Daily Dose of Nature

Salt Water Healing – Natural Remedy

Salt aids in decontamination of wounds, encourages formation of connective tissues and promotes healing of tiny blood vessels—all key in the healing process. Some dermatologists recommend salt water soaks for patients with psoriasis and eczema. Salt will draw moisture out of inflamed skin, reducing swelling.

Salt water helps to heal :

  • Stress
  • Excessive thoughts
  • Depression
  • Unclear thinking
  • Lethargy
  • Physical illnesses

Salt water makes you feel :

  • Refreshed
  • Calmer
  • Energised
  • Relaxed
  • Happier
  • Spiritually Balanced

How does salt water works?

  • Water and salt start pulling out the negative energy from our body and mind.
  • We imbibe positive energy due to prayer and chanting.

What you will need?

  • A bucket
  • Tap water
  • Rock salt
  • A Towel

How to get started?

  • Fill the bucket half with water & add 2 tablespoons of rock salt.
  • Place you feet in the bucket. Feet should not be touching each other. This remedy should not be done sitting in the bathroom and the water should be deep enough to over the ankles.
  • Pray for the negative energy to be removed into the water.
  • Chant a Divine name for 15 minutes while sitting with the feet in the water. Divine Name can be as per your religion of birth or the universal chant “Om Namo Bhagvate Vasudevaya”.
  • After 15 minutes, express gratitude to God or the Divine for the healing.
  • Wipe your feet, flush the salt water down the toilet & rinse the bucket.

Signs that negative energy is being removed:

  • Repetitive yawning
  • Repetitive burping
  • Change in colour of water
  • Numbness of legs
  • Feet feeling slimy
  • Warmth in ears and eyes
  • Foul smell in the water

Reference : https://www.spiritualresearchfoundation.org/infographics/salt-water-therapy/

13 Comments Add yours

  1. I like to go into the beach water (shallow parts) and allow the water to run over me for about 10-15 minute increments at a time. I ALWAYS come out feeling much better than before I entered.

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    1. GS says:

      A little bit of Vitamin Sea and D are crucial for resetting the nervous system, boosting the mood and invoking a sense of calm. Traditional Chinese Medicine principles note water as the element and blue as the color that goes with the kidneys, the organ that is depleted with stress. Salt and salt water have incredible properties to heal the body and improve overall health. Join Doc J as she shares her adventures on the island of Grand Cayman and how her annual trip resets her nervous system, boosts her mood and promotes calm that reminds her to seek out water whenever she can to manage stress.

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      1. Yes, that’s why I have always been conscious of living close to the ocean.

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      2. GS says:

        Beautiful. I wish to live near the sea one day 🙂 Amen to that.

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      3. Now I live close to a river. Not the same as an ocean, but it will do until I’m able to get back into my element.

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  2. kinge says:

    Very interesting. Never had of this and I’m excited to try it. Thanks.

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    1. GS says:

      Most welcome. If you’re looking for a way to relieve stress, ease achy muscles, and treat irritated skin, you may want to consider taking a sea salt bath. While soaking in a tub, in general, is a nice way to pamper yourself after a hard day, adding sea salts is said to also extend the benefits to your skin, muscles, and joints.

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  3. Norshafa says:

    Thanks for sharing! Will keep this in mind, just in case I need some home remedies 🙂

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    1. GS says:

      Do try as it has multiple benefits. Epsom salt can be used to draw out the infection and soften the skin to help boost medication effects. .Some infections, such as staph infection, worsen from hot water or salt mixes. For foot or toenail fungal infections, soak your feet twice a day for about 20 minutes.

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  4. clcouch123 says:

    This is so helpful to read. I read a tome about salt (called Salt) a couple of years ago. But my bias lately has been not to think about salt so much. Retaining salt is bad for heart conditions.

    But that shouldn’t mean salt does not have good uses. In fact, many good uses as you elucidate here and now I know.

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    1. GS says:

      I am glad you found the post useful. Salt water is rich in minerals like magnesium, zinc, iron and potassium, which each alone have fantastic benefits. These minerals are anti-inflammatory, helping to heal and protect the skin barrier.


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