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Shilajit is also known as rock juice, mountain sweat, mountain blood, mountain oil, asphaltum, vegetable asphalt, mumiyo, mumijo, mineral pitch, mineral wax, and fulvic acid minerals.


It is found at an altitude of up to 5000m in numerous countries such as China, Nepal, Pakistan, and Tibet. It is created as a result of plant matter being broken down by micro organisms.


Shilajit has been used for 3,000 years in its natural form as a sticky tar-like substance and the majority of research has used Shilajit in this form. 

Processing shilajit into a different form, such as tablets, capsules, powder or liquid removes some of the components of shilajit, and denatures many others due to the processing involved, such as heat.

Due to the nature of Shilajit, long term storage in plastic containers could result in Shilajit reacting with the plastic and possibly absorbing elements from it. Our Shilajit comes packaged in a glass jar, eliminating any possibility of the Shilajit reacting with the container during long term storage, and providing an effective barrier against oxygen.

Scientists have not found natural whole Shilajit to be toxic in any amount when given to humans or animals. Shilajit has traditionally been applied topically to skin in the region of injuries, and can be done so before applying a plaster, bandage or cling film over the top. Tap water is not recommended with our Shilajit, because humic and fulvic acids contained in Shilajit can react with chemicals used in the chlorination process to form disinfection byproducts, which are toxic to humans.

If water is used, ensure that the water is not chlorinated, such as re-mineralised distilled water, spring water or properly filtered water.

*It is advisable to avoid any citrus food or drink at the same time as taking Shilajit, as citrus may increase the bioavailability of aluminium.

*It’s also advisable to avoid any milk products at the same time as taking Shilajit, as milk may inhibit the action of Shilajit by binding with polyphenols.

*People with gouty arthritis should avoid Shilajit. People who have the genetic disorder PKU (phenylketonuria) should avoid Shilajit.


*People with a high uric acid count should avoid Shilajit. People with urinary stones (urolithiasis) should also avoid Shilajit.

Our Shilajit is sourced directly from the Himalayan region of the world.


Amongst many known benefits, it is thought of to be:


🏔 Adaptogen
🏔 Anti-ageing
🏔 Anti-inflammatory
🏔 Assists in ability to focus
🏔 At least 85 essential minerals
🏔 Contains fulvic & humic acids
🏔 Decalcifies pineal gland
🏔 Facilitates brain function
🏔 Helps bones to heal
🏔 Helps lower cholesterol
🏔 Helps lower triglycerides
🏔 Helps injuries/decreases pain
🏔 Increases ATP
🏔 Increases libido
🏔 Increases nitric oxide
🏔 Increases endurance
🏔 Liver/Kidney detoxification
🏔 Mitigates effects of fatigue
🏔 Stabilises blood sugar
🏔 Strengthens immune system
🏔 Strengthens nervous system
🏔 Supports metabolism



Organic Himalayan Shilajit Resin

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