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Is sea salt water really a safe fresh water replacement?
 
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Is sea salt water really a safe fresh water replacement?


I usually drink spring water I buy in clear plastic bottles but am wondering if adding a little bit Sea Salt makes it more healthy.

Therefore, I added about one tablespoon of celtic Sea Salt into one gallon of water. I kept sipping the Sea Salt water all day but felt thirty shortly after each drink. Did I add too much sea salt? Is it a normal reaction for someone that has been drinking plain water fundamentally since birth? Is sea salt solution at the above concentration a healthy replacement of plain water?

BTW, how many tablespoons of celtic sea salt would make the same concentration of normal sea water in one gallon of plain water? For me, the sea salt solution I made tastes about the same as sea water. [Also, I usually do not like salty food.]

Thanks.

Eric --
 

 
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