Himalayan Rock Salt Block

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Himalayan Rock Salt Block

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Himalayan Rock Salt Block

Known as “white gold” to those in that part of the world, Himalayan Rock Salt is the purest form of salt available on earth. Mined from ancient deposits deep in the Himalayas, these rock hard salt licks contain many of the valuable minerals your horse needs to promote a healthy balance in the body.  Iron, potassium, and magnesium are particularly useful in replenishing electrolytes lost during hard work.  It is these minerals that give the Himalayan Rock Salt its signature rosy color. The Centaur® Himalayan Rock Sock is 100% all natural and is literally “rock hard” so it can be left outside.  Machined to a brick that fits in most standard 4 lb. salt lick holders.  Measures approximately 2" x 4".
 
Size:  4.4 lbs

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I had 2 mares that ate the mineral salt blocks that contained molasses. No more. These they just lick.
Cheryl C on Apr 11, 2015
Lick lasts much longer than processed blocks. More natural and horses love them.
Kathleen W on Oct 14, 2014
fits easily into the holder I have. The brick doesn't seem to break apart as easily as the rock versions.
Amy C on Feb 13, 2015
Our horse gobbles this up in no time - loves it. I purchase two or three at a time.
Lily E on May 20, 2014
I found this site while searching for "gourmet"cooking salt block's, any difference?
fish45 on May 16, 2014
Best Answer: These blocks are big & I can't recall if they came in any kind of protective wrapper. I wouldn't use this in my cooking...not unless you want to hammer a piece off and grind it somehow. It's hard, it's designed for equine tastes and accessibility, and personally I would not consume this myself. It's fine for my horses, though.
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What amount of potassium does this have? The horse can't have more than 1.4%.
A shopper on Jun 28, 2015
Best Answer: There is no info on the box the salt-on-a-rope comes in regarding chemical analysis. However, I googled " Himalayan pink rock salt potassium content" and the response was: Potassium K+ 3.5 g/kg. HTH
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