Glendalby Herbal Salt Range
Unique and popular flavours that will enrich any recipe, the ingredients infuse into the salt and imbue it with flavour.
We have put together 3 different herbal salts all using organic herbs. We have used eco-friendly, re-usable jars.
Here is a little bit more information on each added ingredient…
Himalayan pink salt
Numerous health benefits have been linked to Himalayan pink salt, ranging from reducing acidity, improving appetite and weight loss, to easing joint pain and soothing skin
Its widely used for cooking and food preservation
It can also be used for lots of beauty purposes too, including teeth whitening and natural exfoliation.
Himalayan pink salt is visually more appealing than sea salt and may help boost our health in numerous ways, many of which are yet to be proven by scientific research.
Himalayan pink salt reportedly contains more than 80 minerals that aren’t found in regular salt.
Traces of potassium, calcium, magnesium, iodine, iron, and zinc and more can reportedly be found in pink salt, which aren’t present in sea salt.
Moderation is important
When eaten in moderation, Himalayan pink salt has minimal health implications and is associated with numerous health benefits
Himalayan pink salt poses the same risks as sea salt. For instance, eating too much of it can lead to high blood pressure, which can increase the risk of developing heart disease or having a stroke
Where possible, because it is still salt, enjoy it in moderation and be mindful of the impact excess salt levels can potentially have on your health.
Adults should eat no more than 6g a day and children between 2g and 6g, depending on their age
Like the leaves, Nettle seeds are edible. They are known to be beneficial for the adrenals. They’re also supportive for depression, anxiety and mental fatigue. Many people talk about the immediate burst of energy they get after eating them.
Nettle seeds are an adaptogen and also highly anti-inflammatory. They’re often used to treat the kidneys and may even slow down renal failure. Also very supportive for the liver, the colon or any internal inflammation. In short, they are full of nutrients that boost your immune system and promote well-being on many levels.
Rosemary is one of those incredibly versatile herbs that add so much flavour and cleansing to most savory dishes.
Rosemary has been known to help support the detoxification process. Rosemary also can increase blood circulation and decrease inflammation. There are numerous compounds in rosemary which help to battle a sore throat associated with a cold or flu.
In general, plants high in triterpenoids like rosemary tend to have good anti-viral properties.
After peeling an orange, you probably throw away the skins without a second thought. However, the peels have more phytonutrients and flavonoids than the flesh of the orange!
Orange peel can help fight the signs of aging, and even lower your cholesterol and are rich in Vitamin C.
Citrus salts provide the same saltiness you get from regular salt, but with an extra sour punch from the rinds of citrus fruits. Glendalby Range Zesty Orange herbal salt adds a subtle tang to any dish.
This herbal salt boasts a bright flavor that elevates everything from dark chocolate to pastas, salads, and roasted vegetables.