Water and Salt – Sole – a higher form of Energy
All salt is not the same!
To read about the difference in my previous posts:
Is any Salt good for us?
Salt versus Himalayan Salt
‘It seems hard to believe that Water, Salt and Sunlight produce the building blocks for protein which are identical with the amino acids in our bodies.
That is one of the most important meaning of Sole: the Origin of all Life
Sol in Russian means salt and in Latin means Sun Sole = liquid sunlight, life force which is stored in water and salt.’ (p.40 G. Zimmermann)
“The blend of water and salt, the so-called sole, is the “mother soup” of all life forms and a flexible, physical representation of pure sun and light energy.” (p 145, Dr. Barbara Hendel and Peter Ferreira)
Health Benefits of Sole
“Biochemically, the stomach and intestinal activity(peristaltic) is stimulated within minutes, which in return stimulates your metabolism and digestion.
Electrolytes are created which improve the body’s conductivity and stimulate the circulation. Salt allows the current to flow.”
“Sole has a Balancing Effect
Contrary to common salt, sole is not “off limits” for those with high blood pressure. In fact, sole lowers the blood pressure within 15 minutes. …. those with low blood pressure can also drink sole and their blood pressure will rise.
The sole’s fundamental attribute is its ability to restore balance.
In the U.S., the results of a four year study showed that people with poor salt concentration in their urine were 4 times more likely to suffer from heart attacks than those with normal salt concentration in their urine. (p 155, Dr. Barbara Hendel and Peter Ferreira)
“Initial Aggravation of the Symptoms during the Cleanse
The effects of crystal salt on the body are opposite to the effects of medication. Medications suppress symptoms, while the salt absolutely supports the expression of the symptoms. Plus, it energizes those symptoms that might still be latent in your body and lets you experience them fully. This process often times results in an initial aggravation of the symptoms, as with homeopathy.
People with rheumatic illnesses such as gout, arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis, having already developed deposits in their joints, should regularly drink sole to keep the body within the frequency pattern. This will result in the body slowly breaking down the deposits, metabolizing and releasing them.
The same therapy applies to kidney and gallbladder stones. The passing of the loosened, dissolved stones can be painful but the body will have managed the process on its own, without surgery.”(p 157)
Detoxification Effect of Sole
“Cleansing Happens Rhythmically
The body will cleanse itself in rhythms, receiving the necessary energy from the sole for its regeneration.
This is oftentimes unpleasant for the patient. However, this is the only manner in which the body can loosen and release waste and pollutants that do not belong in the body.
Water and salt will do a major clean-up!
If too much fermented and rotten substances should accumulate in the intestines, the sole treatment can initially cause diarrhea. This is a positive sign that your intestines are being flushed out and cleansed.” (p157)
How to make Sole – the Salt Solution
Sole = 1 part of Himalayan salt + 2 part of spring water leave for 24 hours. Add more salt, so there always is some un-dissolved salt at the bottom of the jar to make sure that the solution has reached it’s saturation point.
Use 1 teaspoon with/or in 250 ml/1 cup of spring water on an empty stomach(preferably, but always at approx. the same time (24 hours apart).
You can reduce the amount to a few drops if the cleansing effect is too strong for you.
“For children and babies, a few drops of sole are sufficient. … Adding a couple of drops of sole to your child’s meal is adequate.” (p 164)
The suggestions in this post are from the sources/books mentioned. It is advised to consult with your physician whether to use any of these application.
References are from
Water & Salt by Dr. Barbara Hendel and Peter Ferreira
Heilen mit Wasser und Salz by Gabriele Zimmermann (translated by Yorinda Wanner)