Follow our simple graphic guideline on How to Use Shilajit. You will not only learn about daily dosage, but also about certain factors you need to avoid.
Shilajit is a complex organic Trace Minerals and Fulvic Acid substance. If you’re like many others, who are curious to know how it works, here are some articles on Shilajit Benefits that will enlighten you.
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It would be awesome if we could be healthy by just taking supplements. Sadly, it's not that simple! Our immune system isn’t aware of what we consume (whether good or bad); instead it simply protects us from anything that seems unnatural. This makes the task of delivery more important than the supplement itself. The good news is that leading a healthy life can be as easy as tapping into ancient nutrients with the help of Shilajit! The particular combination of Plant Derived Minerals bound to Humic and Fulvic Acids found in Shilajit is readily accepted and absorbed by any organism on Earth as it’s been here since life first began.
Shilajit is the natural source of Fulvic Minerals ready for human consumption. You can find Fulvic Acid mineral blends, but they are all concentrates made from turf/soil with added minerals. Could you imagine that it took ten million years to create shilajit? We still can’t copy its chemical composition using hi-tech laboratory equipment. The major organic part made from the ancient plants remains. Fulvic Acid is one of many valuable components including Folic and Humic acids plus some Vitamins. Shilajit is also rich in plenty of amino acids and other beneficial organic compounds that promote strength, endurance and vitality.
Everything in nature is connected and designed to keep all of life balanced. However, it is best to consume naturally made, unprocessed products which have established the best compatibility with our bodies through the course of our evolution. Natural sources of nutrition tend to be better than expensive Vitamin tablets, as they contain a whole host of other ingredients, such as trace minerals, that help the body to fulfil its needs. Our cells grow weak when we are deprived of essential nutrition, paving the way for disease and many other health problems. If you can’t get enough minerals through your regular diet, then it’s time to try 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.
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.