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The Power of Salt

Salt has a multitude of uses and I bet you didn't know some of the most important.

The most important of salt's many uses were industrial such as manufacturing steel, aluminum, rubber tires, soap and ceramics.

Below are a list of some of salt's many house-hold uses.


  • Clean burned on food from stove tops by sprinkling with a mixture of cinnamon and salt then wipe it off. This mixture improves the burnt smell while cleaning away the burnt on food.
  • Get rid of excess grease in roasting pans by sprinkling with salt first let sit for a few minutes then wipe with damp sponge, and wash as usual.
  • 1/2 C salt and 1/2 C baking soda can help dislodge clogs from drains.
  • Salt helps to remove tarnish on silverware. Just rub pieces with salt and a soft cloth then hand wash with warm water and dish soap.
  • Sprinkle salt in thermoses or other closed plastic containers to help absorb odors. 
  • To prevent dripping on new candles soak in salt slution of 1/2 C sa;t and 1/2 C water let candles dry and then burn as usual.
  • You can remove rust with a mixture of lemon juice and salt. Make it into past apply and rub dry with soft cloth.
  • Remove stains from laundry by apply a salt and water paste. 
  • Prevent mildew from growing on shower curtains by soaking in solution of 1/2 C of salt.
  • Burn your tongue...rinse your mouth every few hours with 8 oz. water and 1/2 tsp. salt . Same will work for abscess only increase salt to 1 oz and use 4 oz. of water.
  • Soak poison oak and poison ivy rash in warm salt water to speed recovery.
  • Salt was used as a preservative.
Salt is even used in a few craft projects such as homemade modeling dough and crystal gardens.

Salt is even mentioned in the bible several times;



Leviticus 2:13
'Every grain offering of yours, moreover, you shall season with salt, so that the salt of the covenant of your God shall not be lacking from your grain offering; with all your offerings you shall offer salt.

2 Chronicles 13:5
Ought ye not to know that Jehovah, the God of Israel, gave the kingdom over Israel to David for ever, even to him and to his sons by a covenant of salt?


As one of the most essential articles of diet, salt symbolized hospitality; as an antiseptic, durability, fidelity and purity. Hence the expression "covenant of salt," (Leviticus 2:13; Numbers 18:19; 2 Chronicles 13:5) as betokening an indissoluble alliance between friends; and again the expression "salted with the salt of the palace." Courtesy of Smith Bible Dictionary

 

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