If you’re wondering what type of salt to use for your Master Cleanse salt water flush, we recommend Celtic Sea Salt. With a flavour subtler than that of the coarser variety, Celtic Sea Salt is an all-purpose shaker salt convenient for use at the table, or in baking. Celtic Sea Salt® Brand Fine Ground is the perfect salt for the novice health buff, and is a great way to introduce friends and family to Celtic Sea Salt® Brand.
2 Important Tips to make sure you do the Salt Water Flush right
- Make sure you don’t used iodized table salt. NON-iodized sea salt is essential.
- The Salt Water Flush MUST be done on an empty stomach.
Celtic Sea Salt® Brand Fine Ground is the same type of salt as our coarser Celtic Sea Salt Brand® Brand Light Grey Celtic® variety, dried at a low temperature, then finely ground. Celtic Sea Salt® Brand Fine Ground has no additives and is not processed in any way, beyond drying and grinding.
We recommend this Salt because it is:
- Fine Ground and has no additives and is not processed in any way
- Perfect salt for the novice health buff
- Indefinite shelf life
How to prepare The Salt Water Flush
Using 1 liter BPA Free Water Bottle and your teaspoon measure, mix a solution consisting of :
- Sea Salt – 2 teaspoons
- And Pure Water – 1 quart of warm water
Can I use Epsom salts for the Salt Water Flush?
Some people are using epsom salts for the Salt Water Flush, and I would not recommend that. Here is why: using Epsom Salt for the SWF can be extremely abrasive to the colon, especially when used daily as recommended on the Master Cleanse.
Sea salt is obtained from the evaporation of sea water.
Epsom salt is obtained by chemical process.
The major component of Epsom salt is magnesium.
Sea salt contains 98.0 % NaCl (sodium-chloride) + 80 essential elements (2%).