"In 2019, I realized one of my dreams to hike in the Himalayas. I was inspired by the beauty of Himalayas and thought we would offer products that are sourced from there to our customers. I'm happy to bring you the Best Shilajit Ever." ~ Sandeep
Shilajit comes from ancient plants that have naturally and slowly decomposed deep within the rocks of the Himalayan mountains. During the summer, the Shilajit seeps out from the rocks due to the intense heat. It’s incredibly nutritious, containing a number of valuable minerals such as iron, calcium, copper, magnesium, phosphorous, zinc, silica and more, as well as other organic plant materials, amino acids, fulvic and humic acid and antioxidants.
Shilajit is one of those time-tested Ayurvedic favorites, used for thousands of years to support and bring balance to all three doshas, Vata, Pitta and Kapha. The name, Shilajit, means “conqueror of mountains” and “destroyer of weakness”. It’s a thick, sticky mineral-rich rejuvinative supplement that’s prized for its detoxifying properties as well as its energizing and nourishing qualities. It’s an Ayurvedic favorite for supporting steady energy levels, boosting immunity and fostering a healthy aging process.
Our Shilajit comes packaged in beautiful Miron Violet Glass, a unique, deep violet “biophonic” glass that shields ingredients from damaging light rays. This unique glass filters out damaging rays while allowing some UVA and infrared light waves in, keeping the product fresher longer by protecting potency, taste and shelf-life.
Adults take 100mg (rice grain sized) 1-2 times a day or as directed. May be taken directly or dissolved in hot beverage.
We know that Shilajit paste can be sticky and messy. However, we only want to offer you Shilajit in its most natural form---not a dehydrated and over-processed powder variety. While powder may be easier to handle and consume, but we don’t recommend it.
Why is my jar less than 1/3 full?
Since Shilajit is used in such small quantities, an actual-sized jar would be really really (really) tiny. We chose a larger jar so that the label is legible, which is a challenge with many dietary supplement labels. A full jar would be way too much product, but a small jar would have a label that you couldn't read. Thus, we went with a larger jar, with 15 grams of product by weight in it.