LifeSalt is made from seawater and geothermal brine. The production site in the Reykjanes peninsula in southwest Iceland offers a unique place for harvesting seawater and mineral-rich geothermal brine. Seawater from inland boreholes, filtered through lava bed, is the main raw material. The second ingredient is geothermal brine, which is side product from sustainable electricity production, extracted from high temperature boreholes. Exhaust heat energy from the electricity production is used in the distillation and crystallization process. Seawater contains all the minerals that humans need. Geothermal brine contains 20-fold amount of potassium compared to seawater and is used as a substitute for sodium chloride in making low-sodium healthier salt.