salt flower


Salt flower is one of those small but indispensable touches, like good quality olive oil or fresh herbs, that changes an ordinary meal into a culinary experience. It is a salt that forms as a thin, delicate crust on the surface of seawater as it evaporates. The name comes from the flower-like patterns of crystals in the salt crust.
Fleur de sel has been collected since ancient times and it is now used as a finishing salt to flavor and garnish food. At the Ramova salt plant, the salt flower is harvested in the summer period, daily at dusk, when the concentration of minerals in the crystal is highest.


In addition, the salt flower is characterized by its chemical composition - due to the special way of crystallization, it retains 15 -20 times more magnesium, potassium and calcium in its crystal than ordinary table salt.
Its chemical composition makes it a healthier option, and its special taste is irreplaceable in gourmet dishes. Because it forms naturally under certain very limited weather conditions, and because it must be skimmed off by hand, salt flower is an expensive product, but with new technology, the production of the salt flower increases, and it becomes more affordable.



Sea oil is another name for liquid sea minerals, formed by the natural process of sea evaporation. The liquid of oily consistency retains many minerals that are compatible with the human body, and has proven to be extremely effective in mineralizing the body through the skin.
Analysis and approval for the use of the Institute of Public Health reveals a high content of magnesium - 5980 mg per 100 grams (almost 60%!).
Due to the high concentration, it is recommended to mix it with a wide range of products - any oil or body milk.


Sea oil is used to nourish and care for the skin. It is applied to the skin once or twice a week, the skin is our largest organ and it is through it that minerals are best absorbed.
So far it has been shown to be effective in treating psoriasis and other diseases that manifest on the skin. Tests are currently being conducted at the Medical Faculty in Split, which will show how much and in what way sea oil helps with certain diseases.