What is Shilajit?
Shilajit is a mineral deposit that is made up of humus and decomposed plant remains. When these components get pressed between layers of rocks for millions of years, they are converted into a gummy substance that may be black, white or brown in colour, and resembles asphalt in appearance.
- Taken as an organic mineral supplement, the purified resin contains numerous minerals and trace elements, that the human body needs to function optimally, and fulvic acid which helps the body absorb these minerals at a cellular level.
- Maintains the body’s optimum energy metabolism rate which naturally slows as we age. This is achieved partly through balancing electrolyte levels and by burning off excess fat.
- Considered by traditional Ayurvedic medicine to increase the central energy (Ojas, the essence of energy) which is responsible for your sexual and spiritual power. In India it is famous for being a potent aphrodisiac and fertility booster for both men and women.
- Has traditionally been consumed to raise the immunity of the body to fight against external agents and increase strength, stamina and endurance.
- Has been traditionally used in India to ease inflammatory conditions and to speed healing and recovery time of muscles and tendons.
- Has been effective in reducing or relieving symptoms of depression, anxiety, and mental agitation.
- Possesses a property called Yogavahi which means that it enhances the properties of other herbs. It acts as a catalytic agent for promoting the action of the other tonic supplements.
- Provides a natural organic way to maintain health and increase athletic performance.
How to take it?
Adults: 1 tablet 2 times a day during meals. Course duration 1 month (60 tablets).
Shilajit is not recommended for pregnant and nursing women, people with urolithiasis.
Store below 25 °C out of the reach of the children.
****These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Keep out of reach of children. Consult your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing.