Pink in beta-carotene-rich brine

Pink salt lake

Salzsee Siwasch
Rosafarbener Salzsee

The Sole of Siwaschsees is extremely salty and has a pink color. That the Sole of microalgae Dunaliella Salina (it is the largest plant in the world carotene) owe.

 

The microalgae Dunaliella Salina is a plant-like organism that lives in the salty water. Dunaliella salina is known for its antioxidant effect, as it produces more than 30 different carotenoids.

 

Only a few organisms can survive in the brine with the extremely high salt concentration and under extreme environmental conditions (light irradiation, heat, nutrient deficiency). To survive, these organisms produce large amounts of carotenoids. Above all, a high concentration of β-carotene is obtained pink (beta-carotene).

 

The beta-carotene is one of the Carotinodien, the precursors of vitamin A and is also referred to as "pro-vitamin A". In the body, the vitamin A is produced from beta-carotene as needed. Here, the beta-carotene has a certain depot form and there is no risk of overdose, as is the case with the vitamin A.

 

The beta-carotene is an antioxidant, supports the function of the skin in the defense against free radicals and makes the skin resistant to irritation. Beta-carotene also acts on the pigmentation of the skin and activates the tanning process while protecting against UV light ..

 

Worldwide, the microalgae Dunaliella Salina is very widely used in the cosmetic and dietary supplement industry.

 

Images of pink brine from the western part of Siwaschsees:

 

The pink Sole because of microalgae Dunaliella Salina.

 The pink salt lake Sivash
The pink sole for microalgae Dunaliella Salina
Salt crust on plants
The water evaporates and the salt deposits on the plants from
 Salt extraction at Siwaschsee
The valuable Sivash salt is obtained, offered dried and untreated for various applications.
In Siwaschsee prevails a high salt concentration and there are many valuable minerals that are present in the healing clay Sivash and bath salts.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union the Sivash salt works came to a halt. but now rethinking how it the well-known natural remedy, and the use and harvest begins slowly rise again.
In many places where the water evaporates remains the quality Salt medical.
"Salt drifts" on the Sivash Lake
 View from the sea to the shore encrusted with salt.
Pleasant silence at Sivash Lake.
Salt Lake Sivash salt drifts
High mineralized healing salt on the shore of Sivash Lake.
Salt lumps floating on Sivash
Slowly a wider blanket of salt forming on the shores of the Sivash.

By reducing the amount of water in the summer, the salinity increases in the remaining water bodies to continue and there is a brine with a salt concentration of about 30% or more (natural saturation) formed and reached a mineral content of 350 mg / l.

 Salt crusts on plants
If the brine is saturated deposits from the salt on plants.
When the water has evaporated remain crusts
Salt deposits, when the water level has dropped
Sivash sea salt
The natural salt of the highest quality - the "cream" of the salt.
Gorgeous pink insole of beta-carotene
The color of the Sole sometimes seems almost red. The higher the temperature in the summer, the higher the evaporation and the intense color of the water.
Salt crystals on the riparian vegetation
Is that ice? One might expect, when the temperature would not be out there about + 30 °.
Salt landscape at Sivash
The salt beautifies the landscape of Sivash Lake....
Salt crystals pile up
Salt crystals on the stone surface
Sivash health salt
Natural sea salt crystal.

The images of pink Sole were kindly provided by Viktor I. available.

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