Thursday, July 25, 2013

Odd, Sticky, Nasty But Worth Every Gag And Penny - Shilajit

Meet your new best friend with a hard to pronounce name, a deeply unpleasant almost unbearable odor and a price that will set you back $80/month. I’m warning you it is odd, sticky and nasty; LITERALLY the worst tasting supplement I have ever tasted, but I promise you it will worth every gag and penny.
Shilajit or mumijo is a blackish-brown powder or an exudate from high mountain rocks in the Himalayans mountains between India and Nepal, although it has been also found in Russia, Tibet, Afghanistan, and in the north of Chile. Used for centuries by the Ayurvedic medicine, as a rejuvenator and as antiaging compound.
Shilajit is extremely rich in plant-source ‘organic’ minerals. Most assays show that Shilajit, depending on its source, contains between 70 and 85 complex minerals and trace elements. The main active components in Shilajit are macromolecules known as fulvic acids. It is composed of humus and organic plant material that has been compressed by layers of rock and mixed with microbial metabolites. This humus and organic plant matter then oozes from the rocks of the Himalayas as they become warm in the summer months. Shilajit is extremely rich in fulvic acids. Fulvic acid is considered to be one of the most powerful natural electrolytes known to man. It enhances the permeability of cell membranes, and can improve the healthy permeability of the digestive tract, renal membranes and capillaries.
Shilajit is a thick, syrup-like substance that forms on rock. It is created by the various plants that grow in the surrounding area and is extremely high in minerals and other nutrients.  It forms infrequently and is therefore highly valued; it can take up to a month to collect a pound raw shilajit
Shilajit Uses:
   As a powerful immune system booster
   Treat diabetes
   Treat respiratory conditions
   Treat coughs
   Sexual enhancer
   Potent vitamin and mineral source
   For longevity
   For anti-aging
   As an energy booster
   As an adaptogen
   Treat arthritis and joint pain
   Reduce inflammation
   Aid memory and thinking
   Reduce stress
   Reduce physical and mental fatigue
   Treat anxiety and depression
   For better powers of concentration
   Maintain heart health
   Treat high blood pressure
   Improve digestion
   Treat gastritis, constipation and indigestion
   Protect the liver and pancreas
   Increase blood circulation
   Protect and maintain the thyroid gland
   Increase metabolism
   For proper enzyme secretion
   For it’s anti-microbial properties
   Increase physical strength and endurance
   Treat premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction
   Treat urinary problems and kidney stones
   To detoxify the body and remove toxins
   Treat anemia
   Treat ulcers
   Increase natural growth hormone production

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