- Shilajit is a truly amazing substance that could have only arisen from the sophisticated craftsmanship of nature. The combination of organic trace minerals, humic and fulvic acids, amino acids, carbon-60, plant-based antioxidants and many more beneficial organic acids sets it apart from any other trace minerals supplement.
- Shilajit benefits include being purer as it undergoes minimal processing and being easier to handle than say the powder form. It is more common to find Altai Shilajit resin than the Himalayan type, which is generally solid Shilajit marketed as a resin. Shilajit resin is slightly wetter and less concentrated than solid Shilajit.
- Shilajit is a unique Ayurvedic medicine phyto-complex. Only inside Shilajeet will you find such a perfect integration of pristine essential nutrients in balanced ratios which your body can easily absorb, making it one of the best natural supplements of all time!
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Shilajit Gum – Himalayan Authentic Mumie – 100% Natural
- Natural directly from Baltistan
- Unique phyto-complex
- Source of fulvic acid
- Ayurvedic medicine
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Shilajit Gum is a natural substance found mainly in the Himalayas, formed for centuries by the gradual decomposition of certain plants by the action of microorganisms.
Shilajit also known in the north of India as salajit, shilajatu, mimie, or mummiyo is a blackish-brown powder or an exudate from high mountain rocks and used for centuries by the Ayurvedic medicine.
Considering its unique composition as a phytocomplex, very rich in fulvic acid, researchers hypothesize that Shilajit is produced by the decomposition of plant material. This decomposition seems to occur through centuries, and on this basis, shilajit is considered a millenary product of nature.
Natural Source of Fulvic Acid & Trace Minerals
Shilajit Gum is composed mainly of humic substances, including fulvic acid, that account for around 60% to 80% of the total nutraceutical compound plus some oligoelements including selenium.
Other molecules present in shilajit are eldagic acid, some fatty acids, resins, latex, gums, albumins, triterpenes, sterols, aromatic carboxylic acids, 3,4-benzocoumarins, amino acids, polyphenols, and phenolic lipids.
Shilajit is an important, known component of the ayurvedic medicine. Traditionally, shilajit is consumed by people from Nepal and the North of India, and children usually take it with milk in their breakfast. The Sherpas claim to have shilajit as part of their diet; they constitute a population of strong men with very high levels of longevity.
Then God said, “Behold, I have given you every seed-bearing plant on the face of all the earth, and every tree whose fruit contains seed. They will be yours for food.”
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