Which Shilajit is best suited?
It is important to emphasize that the quality and composition of Shilajit may vary depending on the region due to different geological and climatic conditions. If you are interested in using shilajit, it is advisable to research the origin and quality and ensure that it comes from a trustworthy and sustainable source. It is also important to support ethical and sustainable harvesting practices to protect the environment.
Our Shilajit comes from the Himalayan mountains.
In Ayurvedic practice, Shilajit is classified as a "Rasayana," meaning it is viewed as a rejuvenating agent intended to strengthen and revitalize the body, mind, and spirit. Shilajit is believed to possess a wide range of properties including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, detoxifying and immune-boosting properties, as well as increasing concentration and promoting better sleep, supporting and balancing the male hormone testosterone, as well as detoxification.
Who is Shilajit not recommended for
Pregnant women, children, people with high blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, combination with other medications.
What minerals and trace elements does Shilajit contain
Fulvic acid is a main component of Shilajit and is known for its health-promoting properties.
Humic acid is an organic compound found in shilajit and contributes to the overall effects of this substance.
Shilajit contains iron in various forms, making it a source of this important mineral.
Calcium is an essential mineral for bone and tooth strength that may also be present in shilajit.
Magnesium is another important mineral that can be found in shilajit and is necessary for many biological functions in the body.
Zinc is a trace mineral that is important for the immune system and many other functions of the body and may also be present in shilajit.
Manganese is a trace mineral that is crucial for metabolism and bone health and can be found in shilajit.
Copper is another trace mineral important for cardiovascular health and other body functions and may also be present in shilajit.
Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.