Salt air on the beach rejuvenates body and spirit. The salty ocean covers more than half of the earth and there are gazillions of species living in salt water. Salt is used to preserve food to make foods available. Salt was a form of currency in the Roman days.
Rub a bit of salt on your apple and other fruit and vegetables to keep them from browning. You can also dip them in salted water.
Rub or wash seafood with vinegar and salt to remove the seafood smell. If the smell persists, the seafood is not fresh
Salt is a great skin scrub and deodorizer. Squeeze a few drops of lemon, jasmine or lavender for a pleasing smell. They are great for stinky hands.
Salt relieve the itch from insect bites. Mix salt with vinegar and apply with a cotton ball or cloth.
Just don’t eat too much salt if you have certain medical conditions like high blood pressure.
What does salt have to do with tree houses? The ocean wind deposits salt on everything living on the beach and everything we use to build the beach tree house are salt tolerant, like stainless steel and aluminum materials.