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Dosage

There is a common saying that “If the use of a thing is unknown, its abuse is inevitable.”

Adults

150mg once or twice daily

Kids

50mg once daily

Pets

1.5mg per pound of body weight twice weekly

Plants

150mg per gallon of water twice per month

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Liquid Shilajit

There is a common saying that “If the use of a thing is unknown, its abuse is inevitable.” This is so true! In order to avoid the mis-use of liquid shilajit it is essential that you know how to use it properly.Our average liquid shilajit dosage is about 100 – 150 mg and should not exceed 600 mg per day.To ensure that you use the right dosage, there is a stainless steel spoon or disposable wooden stick included in the package. Kindly use it to measure the typical single serving amount.Dip approximately one third of the spoon into the shilajit or to half of an inch for are a stick or just a full measuring steel spoon. The quantity remaining on the spoon is an average single dosage an adult should intake. It is advisable that you utilize butter knife or any other measuring spoon.For better absorption of liquid shilajit, mix it with water or another liquid. Your beverage can be hot or cold, but don’t ever boil the shilajit.Some people ask if it is better to take shilajit with goat’s milk. Well, it actually depends on what you prefer. Mixing shilajit with milk isn’t any different than mixing it with honey or any other food. The various recipes that you may hear about are merely cultural or dietary preferences. There is no relationship to the shilajit itself!For better digestion, you can mix shilajit with your favorite drink. Let’s say the drink of choice for you is a green tea – then mix it with a green tea.

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Solid Shilajit

The solid form of shilajit is different from the liquid form in that it can be easily taken orally without the bitter taste. An average dose would be 100 – 150 mg and should not exceed 300mg per serving.Cold solid shilajit is hard, but it becomes sticky when it’s too hot. Therefore, keep it warm and use clean scissors or a knife to make a small cut. A 150 mg serving size is equal to a rice grain or one-third the size of a pea.Put a single serving amount of raw shilajit in your mouth, and swallow when melted. You can drink some water or another beverage right away.You may also dissolve solid shilajit in water and take it as liquid shilajit. In this case, put the single amount in your drink and stir it for 5 seconds.

Powder Extract & Altay Shilajit

Powder Shilajit is a very strong extract made from pure shilajit, with a single serving amount of 100 mg. Please do not exceed 250 mg per day.Altay shilajit is the widely available and cheaper product. This is because the Altay region has a lower attitude where Shilajit may be easily collected by anyone. Most of the Shilajit in the market (goo, resin form) comes from Altay, Siberia. The single serving amount is 150 mg and should not exceed 300 mg per day.Please use the stainless steel spoon provided with your order to measure the amount for each different type of shilajit

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When Should I Take Shilajit?

You may take shilajit early in the morning, as well as during the day, however, we do not recommend taking it at night or before going to bed. Take it apart from any food. If you must take it with food, you should increase the dosage. Just be careful not to consume more than 300mg per serving.You may take shilajit 1-2 times a day, 4-6 times per week. The optimal duration is 1 month at a time, 2-3 times per year. If you wish to take shilajit throughout the year, limit the daily dosage amount as well as the number of days per week that it is consumed.

Who Should Not Take Shilajit?

Currently, there are few studies or reports about the side effects of shilajit. If you are pregnant or have a serious health condition, you should consult with your doctor before taking shilajit. We would also recommend avoiding using shilajit in the following situations:

  • If you have chronically high iron in the blood
  • If you have a very serious heart / high blood pressure issue
  • If you are currently ill with an infection
  • Shilajit is not recommended for babies or toddlers (younger than 3 yrs)
How to Store Shilajit

Liquid shilajit should be stored inside the refrigerator or in another cool place. You can also store it at a room temperature. When you mix it with a hot liquid, it should be consumed throughout the same day.Cold mixtures and creams may be stored refrigerated for 1-2 weeks.On the other hand, solid shilajit should be stored at room temperature. You can also keep it in the refrigerator, but when it becomes cold, you may have some difficulty cutting the right dosage. If it is too hard, use a hairdryer to soften it and scissors to make the cut. When shilajit becomes too hot, however, it may stick to the container. Wait for it to cool down if this happens.Shilajit itself has antibacterial and antifungal properties, but we still recommend that you store it inside closed jars. For liquid shilajit, use the extra plastic cap provided, together with the original cap. Try to not to over-tighten the cap. If you have any difficulty opening the jar, place it under running hot water for about a minute and try again.After you open shilajit it can be stored for a period of 2 – 3 years. Please be sure to keep our products out of the reach of children.

The ways of using Shilajit and other possible applications

Straight

The simple and most effective way of taking shilajit. You can do it every time even on the go and get an immediate boost of energy, attention and better mood.

Mixed

What could be a better beginning of day than a cup of tea/coffee enriched with pleasure from shilajit? You can also add it to your smoothie then all those raw nutrients would absorb better.

Cream & Tonics

Shilajit has a plenty of minerals to support healthy skin condition. It could be a hundred of recipes and all about the same principle. Take a liquid shilajit or mix 1 part of solid with 2 parts of distilled water to make it liquid. Then mix 2 part of liquid shilajit with 3 parts of your cream. The cream could be anything that is working and organic. For example, as an anti-inflammatory solution make turmeric and ginger cream with shilajit. Green Coffee and Camu Camu with shilajit may be your general skin care. Use your knowledge and imagination + shilajit. Make your own creams and never apply the substances that you can’t eat. Try to prep a fresh cream at any single time.

Shampoo & Soap

Dissolve 5gm of liquid shilajit per 16oz of shampoo or liquid soap and use it as usual. Regular use may improve the condition of your skin, calm your scalp, help hair growth and improve hair pigmentation.

Pets

Shilajit has many ingredients that play an essential role in any lifeforms. It can give as many benefits to you as for your pets. Have you ever seen your dog or cat eating the dirt or litter? They do it because their organisms want to get the Fulvic Acid and minerals instinctively. For the proper dosage use 1mg of Shilajit per pound of body weight. Add it to their meal or water 2-3 times a week.

Plants

The most of shilajit made from decomposed plants. Every gardener knows it is needed for living plants to be healthy and grow better. The Fulvic content in Shilajit acts as a catalyst for soil enzymes which work the same way as enzymes in the human body, so you can imagine how beneficial both drenching and foliar spraying would be for your plants. Mix a 150mg of Shilajit with a gallon of water and use it for your plants twice a month.

What To Avoid When Using Shilajit

Hormone and Cancer medication

You can take any organic product together with shilajit. It is even better because Shilajit helps with nutrients delivery to the cells. For the same reason, we do not recommend taking it together with prescription drugs. That better distribution might play a negative role if the dosage was strictly regulated. You can take Shilajit when you are taking other meds, but you have to keep at least a 2-hour gap between them. If you are under serious health conditions, you have to consult with your doctor first.

Tap Water

Tap water is most likely chlorinated. Chlorine however happens to be a sort of chemical that reacts with other molecules easily. It can form some toxic substance like dioxin, DDT, PCBs, etc. together with shilajit or other organic supplements. Therefore, instead of using tap water, it is advised that you utilize distilled, spring or active charcoal carbon filtered water.

Heat

We spend big efforts to preserve natural molecular bound in our shilajit. If you boil/cook an organic product, it will lose some of the important properties which it had in raw form. We advise that you should not expose it to continuous heat above 165F. You can put it in a hot tea right before the consumption, but do not brew or boil it together

Alcohol

Shilajit is very useful from a hangover, but taking it together with alcohol may give an unusual effect. Sometimes it works like an energy drink that wakes you up. Other time it may increase the level of alcohol intoxication (being drunk). We do not recommend taking it together because it won’t produce any positive health effect, rather, could get you accidentally overdosed.

Allergy

Please be cautious when taking Shilajit with any products that may trigger an allergic response as it may have the potential to make the immune systems more sensitive when initially consumed. Stop taking Shilajit if any severe allergic reactions occur.