What is Shilajit?
Shilajit is a sticky substance found, first of all, in the mountains of Altai and Himalayas. It develops over centuries from the slow decomposition of plants.
Shilajit is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine, as well as in traditional medicine. It’s an effective and safe supplement that can have a positive effect on your overall health and well-being.
Shilajit is a completely safe, completely natural product. It is not addictive, although people love it very much. It is non-toxic. We have a certificate, as well as an analysis of laboratory research.
Where does Shilajit come from?
Shilajit mined high in the mountains (about 3000-3500 meters). Currently, Shilajit is mined in the Altai and Himalayas. Our Shilajit 100% purified, completely dissolved in water, does not have any additional chemical additives. Shilajit is not a prohibited product.
Shilajit does not cause dizziness after application. As a rule, Shilajit mixed with water or milk, or tea. But it can be mixed with various healing herbs (many people who take Shilajit have their own methods of use). Of course, there are restrictions for the application of Shilajit: breastfeeding, urolithiasis, pregnancy, idiosyncrasy. As you understand, these restrictions are used for all natural products.
As I said, people love Shilajit very much. They use Shilajit to treat any diseases, or to prevent diseases. They use it when playing sports, or simply because they like it to taste (Shilajit has a peculiar smell and taste, but it may seem pleasant).
What is Shilajit used for?
Shilajit can use different people with different needs.
It can be sick people who turn to the means of traditional medicine, for pain with their illnesses. As is known, Shilajit is used for a large list of diseases. These can be diseases of the body, or diseases of the skin, or broken bones.
These can be people who use Shilajit simply to prevent any diseases, or to feel well.
These can be athletes who use Shilajit to get all the necessary many macro and micronutrients. The main and most easily determined are organic substances: metal oxides, amino acids, vitamins, essential oils, resins and tar-like substances. Also in the study were found such components as bee venom and various results of the decomposition of organic residues. In the scientific community they are called humic bases.
If we talk about the organic and inorganic components, then the inorganic in Shilajit is 2-4 times more than the organic. And it is this fact that plays for the benefit of man, like nothing else.
Of the useful organic trace elements include carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen. They are not in the Shilajit in its pure form, but in the composition of resins, proteins and acids. Of the inorganic elements here are mainly aluminum, magnesium, potassium, sodium, calcium. Plus, a great number of useful rare-earth elements have been found in Shilajit: chromium, barium, strontium, cesium, rubidium, etc. Some of them are presented in very small concentrations. But even this concentration is enough for a favorable and reducing effect on the human body.
These can be women or men who care about their skin and make masks, compresses, and Shilajit shampoos. As it is known, Shilajit favorably affects the skin, nourishes it. Shilajit can be mixed with various creams and shampoos, and so on.
Of course, this is not a complete list of people who can use Shilajit.