kterpstra on sun 19 dec 04
Of course the water softener "salt" is goofy.
It's a calcium chloride not sodium chloride...
also, there are many kinds of "rock"--read the
ingredients and usually the canning salt is purest.
My allergist told me to spray canning salt diluted in water up my nose
if I'm having sinus problems, so I figure it's the safest to use on
campus in the salt kiln. The work looks great and cures my sinus
problems at the same time.
La Crosse, WI
From: mel jacobson [mailto:melpots@PCLINK.COM]
we have found at the farm that
`rock` is best.
morton's `table` is good.
and those rather cheap, table salts without iodine
that cost about 20 cents a box is good.
we just stay away from water softener salt.
it just seems to be goofy. no scientific evidence,
we just don't like it....