Dead-Sea Capsules with Love

Dead-Sea Capsules with Love

Each of these pure salt crystals was found whole, as is, at the lowest point on earth: The Dead Sea, 400m below sea level. The crystal wasn’t shaped nor processed; its architecture was fully designed by nature. It is unique in its shape and there is no other exactly like it.

The crystal enfolds within all the special virtues and minerals of The Dead Sea, known for their healing and rejuvenating properties.

As such, this piece of jewelry was designed to be worn with the salt crystal coming in direct contact with the skin.

I call it Dead Sea Diamond.

Photos: Shay Ben Efraim

The crystal enfolds within all the special virtues and minerals of The Dead Sea, known for their healing and rejuvenating properties.

As such, this piece of jewelry was designed to be worn with the salt crystal coming in direct contact with the skin.

I call it Dead Sea Diamond.

By wearing the jewellery you take an essence of the Dead-Sea qualities with you wherever you are in the world – A private nutritious salt room that might shrink and soon disappear without your care and full awareness. 

The Dead Sea is actually teeming with vitality, even in ancient times, the Dead Sea was a sought-after destination for royalty, such as King Herod and Queen Cleopatra, who visited the Dead Sea to enrich their bodies with the essential minerals of the water and mud pools -it’s the only place where nature has created a fantastic combination of all minerals essential to skin health of the body – most important are magnesium, calcium, potassium, zinc, bromide ,sulfur and strontium.

The ‘Dead Sea’ is one of the Jewels in the crown of nature.

In recent decades, the Dead Sea is drying up at an alarming rate. Far and away the biggest cause of the rapid disappearance of the Dead Sea is the lack of water coming into it from its traditional sources
  1. The Dead Sea has already lost over 1/3 of its surface area.
  2. The Sea level has fallen over 25 meters since development of the region started early this century. The Sea’s depth is continuing to drop by over 1 meter per year.
  3. The shoreline in expected to drop from -411 meters to -430 meters by the year 2020.
  4. Water inflow levels have already been reduced to just 5% of its original volume, with annual surface inflows in the future predicted to only further decrease.
  5. The fall in the level of the Sea has lowered water tables in surrounding areas causing a drying up of micro-eco-systems and leading to land-subsidence – sinkholes.
  6. On the western shores of the Dead Sea 2000 sink wholes have been identified.

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