Himalayan Salt is a type of rock salt that's mined from the Punjab region in Pakistan. 98 percent of Himalayan salt is sodium chloride, while the remaining percentage accounts for trace minerals like potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus and vanadium.
Himalayan salt is often utilized in the same way as table salt; it's used for cooking, seasoning and preserving food. It can also be made into eye-catching Himalayan salt lamps and candle holders for your rooms.
Himalayan salt is less processed and does not contain additives, unlike table salt, which is heavily refined and mixed with anti-caking agents like magnesium carbonate or sodium aluminosilicate.