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To take something with a " grain of salt " or " pinch of salt " is an English language idiom that means to view something with skepticism or to not to interpret something literally. Hypotheses of the phrase's origin include Pliny the Elder 's Naturalis Historiaregarding the discovery of a recipe for an antidote to a poison. Threats involving the poison were thus to be taken "with a grain of salt", and therefore less seriously. The phrase cum grano salis "with a grain of salt" is not what Pliny wrote.