helpme wrote: I’m using SAXA sea salt, it says it has sea salt, anti-caking agents, magnesium oxide, sodium hexacyanoferrate.. is that ok?
Magnesium oxide is a source of magnesium. Sodium hexacyanoferrate is a salt and is another name for sodium ferrocyanide which is a type of cyanide. It isn’t 100% safe to ingest because, although it isn’t as dangerous as other forms of cyanide, it still has the potential of harming the human body if enough is ingested.
Next time I would look for Himalayan sea salt just to be certain there are no hidden problems with your salt.