I had already been turned onto sole water by a friend before getting sober. Water is what we are made of so it made sense to me to pay attention to hydration and infusing life-giving minerals into that equation.
This is another simple and cheap tactic to incorporate into your new sober lifestyle. As with walking and deep breathing, don’t underestimate the value of this because it’s so easy and affordable. A refreshing glass of sole water in the morning is a great way to start a sober day.
The two simple steps to this are to get a glass container for your main sole solution. Drop a large chunk of salt into your filtered water. The water will absorb between 26 and 28 percent of the salt within 1 day. This is your sole solution. Dont drink this directly but place one teaspoon in a tall glass of clean filtered water in the morning and start your day with that.
Himalyan Sole mineral-rich salt crystals
This 16-ounce Sole solution will last you months and the replacement salt is not that expensive. Another super simple and affordable sobriety tactic.
When it does come time to get new salt, I prefer options with big chunks. Not anything refined. Check the next option below as a source when it comes time to refill your sole jar.
Get your replacement salt chunks here.
Another source for big natural chunks of salt for your sole water
This was the first book I read about the importance of salt in the diet and the very important distinction of the types of salt used.
This ties in nicely with the Sole water concept.
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