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From Siberia With Health

What can be the connection between two, at first glance, completely different organic products - Shilajit and Ginkgo Biloba?

These two unique products can be quite well combined, and at the same time, they can bring great benefits to your health. How? The answer is simple - it's tea!

How does Ginkgo Biloba tea affect our body?

Tea made from dried Ginkgo Biloba leaves can activate the work of brain cells, relieve puffiness, improve memory and attention, a person becomes more focused. Ginkgo also boosts the development of creative thinking. Tea has become widespread for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease and dementia in humans. His reception gives good results.

In addition, such tea can restore blood vessels and blood flow to all organs and tissues, which can lead to a surge of strength, energy, as well as an increase in cognitive functions. There is an opinion that when drinking tea from Ginkgo Biloba leaves, there is a chance to reduce the negative effect of diseases associated with poor blood supply. According to customer reviews, regular consumption of Ginkgo Biloba tea leads to significant improvements in people suffering from lameness.

Toponymy is a complex science. Scientists are always interested in the origin of certain geographical names. Historians are also particularly interested in remote geographical objects, the names of which cause a lot of questions. A striking example is the Altai Mountains.

Here, dense coniferous forests grow on the gentle slopes, between them on the plains and in the highlands the purest turquoise of lakes, mountain rivers abound with noisy waterfalls — all this, together with velvety grass on alpine meadows, is the main wealth of this region.

In Altai, the cultures of several countries — Russia, China, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia - have bizarrely converged. And this is not surprising, because it is at this point that the borders of these states converge. But why did Altai get the name "Golden Mountains"? Let's look at what scientists, travelers, and locals have to say about this.

The ancient doctrine of herbal medicine of Siberian shamans.

Decoction of some plants is drunk instead of tea, as people say: "If the body requires it". Herbs that are in the house are used everywhere for this purpose: shilajit (mumijo), birch leaves, goatweed, chamomile, Chaga (Inonotus obliquus), rosehip, raspberry leaves, currant, etc. Usually, they are folded dry into a pillowcase, a bag, birch bark tuesques and brewed, drunk as tea or instead of water. The decoction is usually consumed only during the day.

Some plants are used in the treatment of specific diseases. In Taimyr (northern Siberia), indigenous tribes use dwarf birch leaves as an anti-inflammatory and antipruritic agent for mosquito bites. The bitten places are rubbed with freshly picked green leaves.

In the places of residence of the Evenk tribes (related to the Inuit), bath brooms are made from birch branches with leaves, a decoction of leaves in the form of tea is drunk with sore throat and cough; dry leaves are put in the bath and lie in them "if a cold wind blows through".

The tribes of the Nenets (Yamal Peninsula) with rheumatism (pain in the bones) burned a piece of birch growth (Chaga) on the patient's body. It was believed that the resulting easily healing wound, distracting bad juices from the diseased part of the body, bring relief to the patient.

Moss is especially popular among Siberian indigenous peoples. "Nyada" is what the Nenets call it. It is taken out from under the snow, steamed, and applied as a compress to sore joints, and in case of a cold - to the back and chest. The Nenets of the Taimyr Peninsula suggests using a decoction of deer moss (lichen, Icelandic moss) as a tonic, astringent and anti-inflammatory agent, since, in their opinion, a gelatinous decoction of lichens regulates the activity of the gastrointestinal tract, stimulates appetite, enhances the secretion of gastric juice. The Finno-Ugric Khanty tribe brews it as tea and drinks it as an expectorant for coughing and pneumonia.

Today, there are many different ways to lose weight, including surgery. Not all people have a desire to go to the operating table, right? We believe there are better ways. Shilajit as a supplement for your weight loss program can offer a much more humane method than a complex surgery

Called "Tears of the Mountains" by the indigenous inhabitants of Altai, Shilajit helps to eliminate cellulite, remove stretch marks, restore pigmentation and metabolic processes. The effectiveness of the remedy has been repeatedly proven by patients who have eliminated defects on the skin using shilajit.

What is the use of a Shilajit for losing weight?

Altai Shilajit is a resinous substance, which contains numerous macro, micro, and other elements that have a therapeutic effect, as well as unsurpassed healing properties.

Most nutritionists recommend Shilajit when compiling a comprehensive diet program to correct excess weight, remove stretch marks on the skin, and also reduce the localization of cellulite.

Some customers report that Shilajit is remarkable in that it has a wide range of possibilities it offers. It can be used both for correction and short-term prevention or serious therapy of obesity.

How to take Shilajit for weight loss?

The main feature of the Shilajit lies in its natural real effect. Most people who have tried advertising "miracle weight loss remedies" are convinced that all of these methods do not work or allow them to lose very little excess weight. So, how to take a Shilajit for weight loss?

In total, there are three methods of using Shilajit for losing weight:

  • detox shilajit drink ,
  • special baths to eliminate subcutaneous fat,
  • a cream made based on a resinous viscous mass, which eliminates stretch marks and cellulite.

When taking a Shilajit, it is important not just to follow the instructions, but to follow the established dosage and the instructions of the leading specialist.

Cream for healing skin stretch marks.

The presence of stretch marks when overweight is an urgent problem that worries many women. Specifically, striae (striae distensae) are a defect of the skin, a kind of small "cracks". They do not pose a threat, but in aesthetic terms, it could be a major headache.

Shilajit cream for healing stretch marks will help eliminate all defects of the skin. Since the resinous substance improves blood circulation, as well as activates the production of collagen, stretch marks are no longer a serious problem. The standard correction and cosmetic course are 2-3 weeks, if necessary, it can be extended.

Some are saying that in its pure natural resin form, Shilajit is difficult to consume due to its bitter taste and dense texture. So, some reportedly prefer to dissolve the Shilajit in pure water and milk, adding a teaspoon of honey. So, why not mix Altai resin with your favorite tea?

How to choose the right tea to mix with Shilajit?

It is quite difficult to draw up any general classification of existing teas for all countries of the world. The Europeans initially divided tea into two large groups - black and green. The Chinese have much more varieties and types - in addition to black and green, there are also white, yellow, red, and even turquoise (Oolong).

From the point of view of mixing Shilajit, it is worth considering teas by the type of processing of their processing and the method of brewing. After the tea leaves are harvested, they are sent for drying (withering), then rolled - this releases a lot of essential oils. The more the leaf is curled, the richer and more aromatic the drink will turn out after brewing and the tastier it will be in combination with the Shilajit.

According to the method of processing and brewing, tea is divided into several groups: read more...

Many people are interested in whether it is possible to ensure that shilajit enters the internal organs through the skin. There is definitely a positive answer to this question. Moreover, the shilajit in this case can potentially provide a positive effect, both for the skin itself and for those parts that are near the skin.

We are talking about the muscles, joints of the arms and legs. Hence, a new question arises: how to do this? Very simple: through a cream or ointment with the shilajit in its composition. You can buy ready-made options, or you can make them yourself.

Shilajit is quite widely used for the treatment of joints. This is because it is particularly effective in this direction and can suypport cartilage and bone tissue.

The composition of Shilajit is rich in various organic compounds, acids, vitamins, as well as chemical trace elements. As a result, shilajit is a fairly effective substance that can have a potentially positive effect on changes occurring in bone tissue, as well as potentially treat inflammation in cartilage and joints.

The ideal option is to prepare an ointment with a Shilajit. Of course, you can buy a ready-made version, like Siberian Green Altai Cream-Gel “Warm Muscles & Joints” with Shilajit Pine Nut Essential Oils Resin and Herbs 100ml, or Siberian Green Altai Cream-Gel “Anti-Stretch Marks” with Shilajit and Siberian Herbs 100ml

To bring maximum benefit, it must be applied correctly. To do this, you will need to rub the mixture into the problem area liberally for 10-15 minutes. It's a painstaking task, of course, but it's worth it.

Many people, both women, and men, may face such a problem as skin stretch marks. This defect does not bring joy to anyone, although it does not prevent the body from fully functioning. Nevertheless, it looks quite unattractive, as a result of which people are constantly looking for means to combat stretch marks. Surprisingly shilajit which is known as a dietary supplement can help us here what would be a cosmetic remedy...

Shilajit copes well with stretch marks, especially if used in conjunction with horse chestnut extract, pine cones or pine needles extract, as well as burdock root extract - this is what we would call a traditional Siberian recipe. 

To get rid of skin atrophy through shilajit, you can use the processes that this mixture is able to provide:

  1. Restoration of damaged cellular tissue.
  2. Enriching the skin with vitamins and minerals.
  3. Stimulation of protein synthesis (collagen and elastin enter the skin).

Stretch marks are better treated by topical application. In this case, it will be possible to ensure the receipt of the maximum amount of necessary substances to the affected skin. In addition, when a person has an individual intolerance to individual components, external use will significantly reduce the possibility of an any allergic reaction.

Probably the easiest method is to apply Altai cream-gel with shilajit in it. For example, Altai Cream-Gel “Anti-Stretch Marks” with Shilajit and Siberian Herbs – it is made using traditional formula and combination of shilajit with Siberian Herbs, such as: Horse chestnut extract, Pine needles extract, Pine cones extract, Burdock root extract. Directions: Apply all over skin, concentrating on stretch mark prone areas such as tummy, hips, thighs, and bust. Massage liberally into skin twice daily. Store in a cool dry place and keep tightly closed after initial opening.

In the East, the healing properties of Shilajit were known since ancient times. It found recognition in other countries as well. The ancient Greek philosopher and pharmacist Aristotle and the Central Asian scientist Biruni, the Arab philosopher and physician Ibn Ruschts, the medieval French pharmacist Guy de la Fontsne, and the brilliant Italian Leonardo da Vinci paid tribute to this natural remedy.

Here's an interesting fact for you: in southern Siberia and Altai, people of the past also studied the beneficial properties of Shilajit. Moreover, the results of their research are in no way inferior to the research of ancient Greek and Arab sages.

Shamans of the tribes that lived in the Altai mountains in the 11-12th century used "Black Gold" (as they called this unique mountain resin) in the treatment of wounds of hunters, treatment of diseases of the elderly, increasing the immunity of women of the tribe, etc.

In this article, we will look at the several recipes from Shilajit that we inherited from the indigenous people of Altai.

It’s important to mention that today shilajit is recognized as a dietary supplement, not a drug that is supposed to prevent or cure a disease. However, please consult with your physician or healthcare provider before taking this or any other dietary supplements. Even following shamans’ advice requires a good judgement and proper consultation with a medical expert. Be Healthy!

Shilajit has a bitter taste, it has a specific smell similar to oil. Interestingly, it almost completely dissolves in water, leaving only small sediment. Not everyone likes the taste of pure Shilajit. For this reason, remedies based on Altai resin are a mixture of Shilajit and all kinds of natural additives that change the taste to a pleasant one.

Those who prefer pure Shilajit often mix it with water, coffee, milk, and honey. One of the most popular drinks is herbal tea. It is customary for them to finish almost any meal, and in general, the daily consumption of tea for a modern person is very high. So, is it possible to mix Altai Shilajit with tea?

Mixing Altai Shilajit with green tea, you deal a double blow to many unpleasant diseases. In addition, this combination is an excellent tool for preventing health disorders and increasing the body's immunity.

It is a black tea that perfectly reduces the feeling of nausea and is actively working to create beneficial microflora in the intestines.  In combination with Altai Shilajit, black tea is an effective remedy for intoxication of the body.

Which tea is tastier with Shilajit?

It depends. If you are truly concerned about health benefits of tea – definitely pick green tea and variations of it – herbal tea, even pine needle tea which we discussed later in our blog. But not everyone is only interested in the beneficial properties of tea - for some, the taste and color of the drinking matter. Black tea has a richer taste and a much brighter color due to the thearubigins (polyphenols) it contains, which are formed during the fermentation of black tea.

Shilajit is a mountain resin with a complex multi-component composition. As a means for losing weight, it began to be used not so long ago, however, due to its proven effectiveness, the healing substance quickly gained popularity among the people who care about their health, weight, and condition of the skin.

In its natural form, the Shilajit is a kind of outgrowths and deposits of a resinous mass in hard-to-reach gorges and cracks of alpine rocks. The main deposits of raw material (the so-called primordial Shilajit) include the reliefs of the Russian Transbaikalia (Dauriya), Southern Siberia, and the Altai Mountains.

Most reports of shilajit assisting in weight loss are associated with higher energy and as a result more activity and less stress - less cortisol level that we all know contributes significantly to excess weight problem. Regular intake of shilajit reduces stress level and improves mental stability of user. Shilajit relaxes nerve cells and reduces the occurrence of nervous disorders like anxiety, depression and stress.

Keep in mind, before taking this or any other dietary supplement, please consult with your healthcare provider. It's just wise!

The main advantages of Shilajit Dry drops include:

  • Relatively low price. Shilajit tablets seem a bit more expensive than resin, but in reality, if you take into account higher fulvic percentage in tablets AND almost no loss and waste – as some resin stuck in can, on the lid and can’t be recovered, so its wasted – tablets are cheaper per unit of fulvic acid bought and consumes. In case of tablets the waste is essentially zero.
  • Long shelf life. Shilajit Dry drops retain their beneficial properties for many years, in fact can be refrigerated and stored more than declared 3 years. Less moisture content in tablets relative to resin de-facto extends shelf life of tablets.
  • Very easy to consume - just drink plenty of water! You don’t need any equipment to dilute, no risk of creating potential mess, over consume or under consume. With dry drops you know exactly how much you are consuming. Dry drops are very convenient when you travel or away from you home kitchen setting.

The shilajit dry drops should be taken twice a day, preferably in the morning and evening. The course of treatment should be two to four months. Treatment depends on your health condition. Please consult with your doctor. The tablets can be taken in a variety of ways:

  • drink plenty of preferably warm water; herbal tea or even coffee
  • mix with food

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