Ans. Himalayan Crystal Salt is mined in and around Khewarah, Pakistan, in the Himalayan range.
“The ancient Salt Mine in Khewarah, Pakistan, is the world’s only location where mining has lasted since the Middle Ages.” Its original excavations (longitudinals, traverses, chambers, lakes, as well as lesser and main shafts) cover a total of 300 kilometers and reach a depth of 327 meters, illustrating all stages of the development of mining technology over time.
Ans. In the northern section of Pakistan’s Punjab area, the salt range is located at the foothills, between the valleys of the Indus and Jhelum rivers. It gets its name from vast amounts of Crystal salt, which are one of the world’s richest salt fields and date back to the Precambrian period. The salt range is more than 1,600 feet (490 meters) deep and stretches for 186 miles (300 kilometers) beneath Pakistan’s Karakoram Range and Great Himalayas. Nine of the world’s fourteen 8,000-meter-plus summits, including K2, are found here, as are the world’s largest masses of high mountains.
Ans. Natural crystal salt will have a favorable influence on the animal body, just as it does in people. Adding a few drops to your pet’s or animal’s diet will boost their energy and strengthen their immune system.