The Power of Salt to Transform
From a scientific point of view, salt has a very unique property. In contrast to all other crystalline structures, the atomic structure of salt is not molecular, but electrical. This fact is what makes salt so transformable. When we submerge a quartz crystal it did not change molecularity, though it has a crystalline structure. Although the crystal can give its energy, its frequency pattern into the surrounding water, which is effortlessly absorbed, the quartz crystal remains the same. The crystal is too rooted in matter to be dissolved or disassociated from its polarity.
When we submerge a crystal of salt into water, it dissolves, and the sole (so -lay) is created. Sole is neither water nor salt. It is a higher energetic imersion than either the water or the salt alone. When the sole evaporates, the salt is left behind. This transform ability of salt ensures that it does not have to be metabolized in our body. Starch is transformed into sugar, protein into amino acids and fat into glycerine and acid. But salt remains salt. It is directly a available to the cells in its ionized form as sole. All other foods must be separated into their components in order for the body to make use of them. But salt always remains in its original form. It even accesses our brain directly.