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Keya Himalayan Pink Salt , 1kg

Keya Himalayan Pink Salt , 1kg

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Keya Himalayan Pink Salt , 1kg

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Natural himalayan pink salt directly sourced from the salt mines located in himalayan region
Himalayan pink salt is naturally rich in more than 80 Minerals
It helps balance body’s pH levels.It can regulate the metabolism. Also Pink salt powder is great for detoxing your body it helps lower blood pressure

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These pink salts (other than the usual black salt, which too is violet pink) used to be below 100.
Mostly got them off the shelf in local stores for 90 to 100 rupees, earlier.

Traditional (white crystals/ rock) ‘sendha namak’ is even cheaper and ususlly used in desi households.

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Sidhu634 wrote:

Why is this salt so expensive? 🤔

It’s collected from the top of everest and contains special salty ingredients obtained from sweat drops of mountaineers who conquered the peak stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

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decideaim wrote:

It’s collected from the top of everest and contains special salty ingredients obtained from sweat drops of mountaineers who conquered the peak stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

I get it, it is good for health. But would you rather eat a salt at ₹149 per kg. 
Also to clarify, I get this same salt (in rock solid form from local market) for ₹35. Why these brands are selling them at these exorbitant price.

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Sidhu634 wrote:

I get it, it is good for health. But would you rather eat a salt at ₹149 per kg. 
Also to clarify, I get this same salt (in rock solid form from local market) for ₹35. Why these brands are selling them at these exorbitant price.

That happens with every product, we pay 50 to 100 rupees for that beautiful  packaging of the same product.

Do you know that in cosmetics the same product will be sold as luxury Beauty and regular beauty product with varying prices to appeal for the rich and the common seperately.

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decideaim wrote:

That happens with every product, we pay 50 to 100 rupees for that beautiful  packaging of the same product.

Do you know that in cosmetics the same product will be sold as luxury Beauty and regular beauty product with varying prices to appeal for the rich and the common seperately.

Yea, most of the time in Beauty products – be it normal or luxury, the ingredients are same and on exceptional cases that one or two “elusive” ingredients are not even that expensive to hike prices in astronomical MRP. For eg. French beauty products are just meh. They don’t do shit.
Many ppl also pay for higher prices to show off branded products. Even if it does nothing. Lol I used to be like that in my teen years sweat_smile

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Sidhu634 wrote:

I get it, it is good for health. But would you rather eat a salt at ₹149 per kg. 
Also to clarify, I get this same salt (in rock solid form from local market) for ₹35. Why these brands are selling them at these exorbitant price.

Quality, Brand value, marketing expenses, etc etc….

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myfungang829 wrote:

Quality, Brand value, marketing expenses, etc etc….

plus1 I get it now, thanks to you and @decideaim . This maybe a good deal for anyone to whom it is not easily available.
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decideaim wrote:

special salty ingredients obtained from sweat drops of mountaineers who conquered the peakstuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

Urine is spelt U R I N E
And not S W E A T


I did not learn English in my initial years, nor had English medium education
And even I know that much. sad

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tiwan wrote:

That is regular ‘kaala namak’.
I too mentioned something in my first reply above https://www.desidime.com/deals/keya-himalayan-p...

No I am not talking about Black salt. I am here referring to Rock salt also known as Himalyan salt and in local language ‘Sindha Namak’ because it is obtained from mountains in sindh region.
Also if possible go for solid form as the powdered salt is most of the time, not genuine and normal iodized salt is mixed in it

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Sidhu634 wrote:
I am here referring to Rock salt also known as Himalyan salt and in local language ‘Sindha Namak’ because it is obtained from mountains in sindh region.
Also if possible go for solid form as the powdered salt is most of the time, not genuine and normal iodized salt is mixed in it

You are partly right about Sindh region being a major source of the pink salt (mis)sold as Himalayan salt.

However THAT is mostly NOT ‘sendha’ namak सेंधा नमक

sEndha namak most of the times is a form of halite salt and is more white.
(I am talking of the one which people in certain cultures, beliefs consume during fasting. The salt that is okay to eat during ‘phalahaar’.


Those halite salts too are formed from previously buried water-body sediments.

Some types of halite rocks (salts) even serve the unique purpose of artificial geological disposal site.
Radioactive waste disposal facilities could have storage areas inside these halite mountains or structures.

Not going by Google or Wikipedia here. But by my own knowledge.
I cannot seem to find the correct and complete documentaries right now. But I am quite certain of Sendha namak (white crystals) being halite and other compounds (90-95% of the time).







Slightly different in where they are usually found, compared to the pink salt deposits. But mostly formed under similar “sediment or previous water bodies” conditions.

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Sidhu634 wrote:

No I am not talking about Black salt. I am here referring to Rock salt also known as Himalyan salt and in local language ‘Sindha Namak’ because it is obtained from mountains in sindh region.
Also if possible go for solid form as the powdered salt is most of the time, not genuine and normal iodized salt is mixed in it

Organic Tattva is still available in range of 65-80 rupees on online grocery sites, available in both powder and rock form.
Keya brand is inherently very expensive, you can check the prices of their other products, all are atleast twice of other reputed brands.

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