Pure Black Shilajit Paste/Resin
Please see images of how to test purity and authenticity of shilajit, simply place some in a glass of distilled water, it should start to dissolve immediately forming a brown cloud around it, after 30 minutes it should be completely dissolved bar a few tiny pieces.
Shilajit has flooded the market recently and many people are selling it now. You will notice the benefits of Shilajit in a very short space of time. If the Shilajit you are purchasing does not dissolve in water immediately (place it in water and you will notice a brownish cloud appear around the block this is how to tell its authentic) then you have the coal shilahit where its 60% coal and 40% shilajit. I offer a 100% moneyback guarantee with my Shilajit and you can trust me to give you 100% pure Shilajit which has been purified by boiling and absolutely no chemicals have been used to purify unlike others on the market.
Analysis has shown it to consist of a complex mixture of organic humic substances and plant and microbial metabolites occurring in the rock rhizospheres of its natural habitat.
The biological effects of shilajit (also known as silajit, shilajeet, silajatu, mumiyo and asphaltum) have been ascribed to two distinct classes of compounds. The low molecular weight bioactive organic compounds, such as oxygenated dibenzo-a-pyrones, act as the active substances, and medium molecular weight fulvic and humic acids act as carrier molecules for in vivo transportation of these bioactive molecules (Agarwal, Aqil, & Anwer, 2007; Agarwal, Khanna, Karmarkar, Anwer, & Khar, 2007).
Fulvic acid (FA) and humic acid have a microporous structure. FA and humic acid are thus capable of forming complexes with nonpolar solutes and drug molecules with low bioavailability (Agarwal, Khanna, Karmarkar, Anwer, & Khar, in press). These drug molecules can be entrapped in the void so as to increase their solubility and dissolution rate, thereby enhancing their bioavailability (Ghosal, 2003; Khanna, 2006).
The source material is of rare and unsurpassed quality and the harvesting and purification processes are of the highest integrity. Our raw shilajit is harvested from one specific, legitimate location of the Himalaya. The process takes many months and the result is the highest quality naturally purified shilajit in the world. What you receive is fully traceable to this source. The habitat is pristine and there has been no exposure to commercial harvesting or exploitation. When the conditions are correct the shilajit flows unimpeded from the rock in very small quantities. It is not extracted or mined from the rock, we just patiently wait for nature to take its course.
Everything is carried out at altitude in the purest air, using a process that includes combinations of Himalayan flora and the sun. The same energies are introduced back into the shilajit that enabled the creation and fruition of its original source materials. Commercial shilajit products and supplements and modern standardized extracts are not worthy of comparison with pure shilajit. Shilajit of this quality is the real deal, a true rasayana, and needs to be treated with respect. It is seasonal and scarce we tend to run out quickly.
After the Shilajit is harvested it is either processed, or sold in its raw form. Be wary of sellers who sell their product in its raw form. Unprocessed, or improperly processed Shilajit can contain toxins and heavy metals… it did come from inside a mountain after all.
When held up to the sun the light that shines through is a beautiful gold. In the form that we supply it is said to contain the mineral, animal, plant and sun energies of the Himalayas.
Shilajit, which has been sourced from the mountains of the Himalayas in Nepal, this amazing substance goes by many names such as such as mineral pitch or mineral wax in English, black asphaltum, Asphaltum punjabianum in Latin, also locally as shargai, dorobi, barahshin, baragshun (Mongolian: Барагшун), mummenae (Farsi مومنایی), tasmayi (Kazakh: тасмайы), brag zhun (Tibetan: བྲག་ཞུན་), chao-tong, wu ling zhi (Chinese: 五灵脂, which generally refers to the excrement of flying squirrels), badha-naghay (Burushaski for "feces of a featherless flying squirrel), baad-a-ghee (Wakhi for "devil's feces"), and arkhar-tash (Kyrgyz: архар-таш). The most widely used name in the former Soviet Union is mumiyo (Russian: мумиё, variably transliterated as mumijo, mumio, momia, and moomiyo), which is ultimately from Latin (mumia) body-preserving, a borrowing of the medieval Arabic mūmiya (مومياء) and from a Persian mūm (مومیا).
So I am sure you have heard of one of these names its been used in Ayurvedic medicine, Chinese medicine, Islamic medicine and many others for centuries. The only problem is its illegal to sell as a food supplement in the UK without a licence. Even though its been purified to food grade standards its not allowed, so my Pure Black Shilajit will be sold with a label on it stating its not suitable for human consumption.
There are many websites telling you the benefits of Shilajit. Please look it up as I cannot give any advice.
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