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Did you know?

Pink Salt is also known as the Saindhav Lavana or Saindha Namak, named after its origin from the Sindh.
The iron oxide content is what gives the rock salt its pinkish hue.
The pink crystals are rich in essential minerals like calcium, magnesium and potassium.

Leaves You in the Pink of Health

When it comes to salt, table salt or sea salt, is something that most households have. But rock salt is a variant that has also carved a niche for itself in Indian cuisine. Be it special occasions where you want to eat your heart out, or days when you feel the need to fast, rock salt always has something to offer.

Its several Ayurvedic benefits have helped Indians deal with digestive problems since ancient times. It’s also been referred to as the ‘cooling spice’. Not to mention the presence of essential minerals like calcium, magnesium and potassium which have contributed to the salt’s medicinal properties.

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The Tata Rock Salt Advantage (3)

Tata Rock Salt is made of crystals that are pink in colour, and when crushed it takes on a pale pink hue. Tata Rock Salt is available in a crusher bottle that lets the natural freshness of the product stay intact for a long time. Tata Rock Salt is also available in powder format, for regular, daily use as well.

Health Benefits of Rock Salt (1)


  • Regulated intake can lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
  • It helps boost immunity
  • Reduced salt intake can be beneficial for patients with kidney failure.
  • It helps in regulating your sleep cycle.

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