Pure Ladakhi Shilajit
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The Finest Shilajit Available Anywhere
Our Pure Ladakhi Shilajit is simply the finest Shilajit available anywhere in the world. Harvested in Ladakh at elevations of over 3000 meters by a family of alchemists and practitioners with a history of more than 12 generations, the raw material is processed through an elaborate series of Ayurvedic stages to produce the pure resin found here.
Shilajit means “Conqueror of Mountains and Destroyer of Weakness,” and is believed to form naturally as organic plant material naturally decomposes in the rarefied atmosphere of the sacred Himalayan mountain range.
∗ Powerful aphrodisiac
∗ Helps regulate blood sugar and traditionally used to treat diabetes
∗ Potent nootropic
∗ Assists with anti-aging
∗ Concentrated antioxidant
∗ Effective antiviral
∗ Contains concentrated amino acids
∗ Highly bio-available
∗ Contains over 85 trace minerals
The energizing and adaptogenic (Note: adaptogens promote strength, stamina, and stress relief) qualities of Himalayan Shilajit have been known for thousands of years. According to a millennium of Ayurvedic research in India and Tibet, Shilajit is a true Rasayan (Note: Rasayana is the Sanskrit term for compounds with tonic and rejuvenating powers) which promotes mental and physical energy, regulates blood sugar levels, stimulates the immune system, increases chi/qi/prana flow, and speeds recovery from sickness and exercise. It is regarded as one of the most important ingredients in the Ayurvedic system of medicine. Modern research has shown that Shilajit contains more than 85 minerals in ionic form as well as humic and fulvic acids. It works as a powerful anti-oxidant, and can thereby delay aging. Traditionally Shilajit is taken with pure milk to enhance energy, sexual stamina and spiritual power.
Having sampled Shilajit from many places in India, Pakistan, Tibet, Russia and even Bhutan, we can say with confidence that not only is this the purest product we have tried, it is also the most powerful. An amount the size of a lentil or black peppercorn should be taken with hot water or warm milk, first thing in the morning. Refrain from eating for at least 20 minutes after taking. Synergizes well with Da Phur Trag Pa 13, but be wary of overheating when using this combination. Because Shilajit is considered “ushan virya” in Sanskrit, meaning that it possesses a hot potency, one must watch for hot flashes, a drastic increase in sweating, and feeling lightheaded. If such symptoms appear, decrease dosage or discontinue.
Each jar contains 12 grams of pure material.
Note: This Shilajit is in the form of small, hard, anhydrous pieces. It is taken by breaking off the size piece you wish and swallow with water or milk. Do not dissolve in water, and do not order this product if you are expecting a soft resinous substance. All water has been removed.
“I have tried a lot of different kinds of shilajit: powders, liquids, and pastes. This is the only one which I could truly feel. The energy is pure and refined, and the amount of material is so small I can hardly believe it’s this powerful!”
– Richard C. (California)
“Taking the Shilajit with warm milk, I noticed an opening in my awareness and I was immediately able to take in more information, so to speak. Where the general stream of consciousness I normally have is a bit like a sine wave, where focus would dip away for a couple seconds, the Shilajit is providing me with 100% awareness.
Thinking that this might be my imagination, I asked my girlfriend to take some as well, and she reported the same thing. Memory has improved significantly, my dreams are a bit more frequent and lucid, and I have much more mental focus. I’m an artist by trade, so it has also helped with my craft. The effects roll over into the next day, and at the end of the day it also is a very good anti-anxiety material. Some energies are so subtle, so deeply out of our awareness, that only Shilajit and meditation practice can reach them.
Thank you for making these medicines from the earth available. They help immensely in this sometimes chaotic world.”