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From Siberia With Health

How to take a mix of Shilajit and pine nut oil?

If you decide to combine these two natural components, then the ideal proportion will be:

Now you can get all the useful properties of Shilajit while enjoying the mild taste of pine nut oil!

Take orally: 1 tsp. 3 times a day 20 minutes before meals, if there are no disorders of the digestive system, liver, and biliary tract. If a history (diagnosis) of gastric ulcer, gastritis, enterocolitis, pancreatitis, inflammatory liver diseases, hepatosis or liver obesity are observed, then it should be taken 30 minutes after eating.

For external use, there are many oils and therapeutic creams, which contain Shilajit and pine nut oil.

What conclusion can be drawn from this article? A certain combination of "pine nut oil + Shilajit" is a unique 2 in 1 remedy. A pleasant-tasting natural complex consisting of three natural components with unsurpassed healing properties will give you health and longevity!

Tea made from pine needles in combination with Shilajit is an excellent prevention of colds. Since coniferous components are a real storehouse of vitamin C, a drink made from needles and bark helps strengthen teeth and gums.

Coniferous tea is especially useful during colds and flu. Pine needles contain shikimic acid, combined with Shilajit, which has a powerful antiviral effect on the immune system and the human body as a whole. Coniferous tea and Shilajit, taken before bedtime, may prevent the formation of cholesterol.

A classic recipe of pine needle tea to drink with Shilajit.

For brewing coniferous tea, it is recommended to use the needles of a pine tree, member of white pine family. It will also make the taste of the drink much richer.

Next, you need to cut the pine needles into small pieces. Pour a tablespoon of fragrant pine tea into the cup, pour boiling water for 20 minutes. After the decoction, you need to strain, add a spoonful of honey, taking the necessary dose of Shilajit (no more than 0.25 g. 2 times a day) and ... enjoy the delicious taste of godlike tea!

There is also a ready-made tea from Altai pine needles in powder form. All you need is just dilute it in boiled water, stir thoroughly and let it brew a little.

Despite the amazing healing properties of Shilajit, not everyone likes the specific taste of this natural resin. The pine needle tea prepared according to this recipe will allow you to "drown out" the bitter taste of Shilajit and enjoy the power of Siberia!

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.

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!

It is important to understand that Shilajit is a powerful biological stimulant and, when interacting with drugs, can lead to unpredictable consequences. That is why we strongly recommend that you consult your doctor before taking this remedy.

In each case, the doctor prescribes the dosage and method of consumption, but there are general recommendations following the body weight. Today we will look at what people drink Shilajit and which from this list is the most suitable option for your health.

Some people take the Shilajit with a cup of strong coffee. With coffee, the taste of Shilajit is definitely better: this natural remedy gives coffee an interesting aroma and a unique flavor.

The choice of coffee as an additive to the Shilajit is a personal preference for each person. It all depends on your tastes, daily routine and commitment to a healthy lifestyle.

Many people think that drinking coffee Shilajit is not correct, since coffee in large quantities negatively affects human health. However, this is all an outdated stereotype - you can drink the Shilajit with whatever you want (of course, except for alcohol!). This unique remedy is very well absorbed by the human body.

Shilajit in the composition with calcium and vitamin D activates their action and stimulates their assimilation.

Shilajit (Mumijo)  is a rich source of vitamins, macro- and microelements, fulvic and humic acids. In combination with calcium and vitamin D, mumijo fills the daily needs of the body. Fulvic Acid that is part of the shilajit, activates the action of vitamin D and calcium:

 Shilajit (Mumijo)  in combination with calcium and vitamin D is a highly effective bioactive supplement. With regular intake of mumijo with calcium and vitamin D, it may have a positive effect on the symptoms.

Regular intake of mumijo combined with calcium and vitamin D3 will strengthen your immune system and assist with better and stronger conditions of your bones and cartilage tissues. Always consult with your healthcare provider before taking this or any other dietary supplement.

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For a long time and to this day in different countries of the world, the resin-shaped Shilajit has many different "local" names. As an example - in Central Asia region the Shilajit (Mumijo) is termed"asil" or "argalitash" and translated from local languages as "the best", "the superior" "priceless", "very rare". In Buryatia region of Russia, south of Siberia, Mongolia and Tibet regions - "bragshun" and may be translated as "rock juice", "rock blood", "rock nectar", "juice of rock jewels", in Myanmar - "chao tun" - "blood of the mountain".

English medicine of the past borrowed a lot from Indian healers. In India, this remedy is called “shalajidi” ("destroyer of weakness"), and now in English, one of the names of the remedy is “shilajit”, which is a derivative of the Indian name.

So, why in Siberia, one of the main modern sources of shilajit, instead of the traditional for English-speaking people "shilajit", the bizarre word "Mumijo" is used? Well, there are several explanations for this.

Shilajit and Ashwagandha - both natural remedies work at the biological level, reducing stress, restoring the balance of neurotransmitters and having a beneficial effect on the general condition of the human body. High concentration of withanolides - Vitaferin A and Withanolide A - in Ashwagandha. Amino acids fulvic and humic acids in Shilajit - they compliment each other and create synergetic positive impact. 

The combo of Shilajit and Ashwagandha is an effective remedy for recovery from mental and physical fatigue, neuroses, sexual and cardiac weakness. Such a combination of natural remedies can increase mental and physical performance after severe illnesses, injuries and surgical interventions, as well as with asthenic conditions during the off-season, with a sharp change in the weather, with a change in climatic conditions.

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You can only take Siberian Mumijo (Shilajit) for hair. Take it once a day to make your hair shiny. Add a few tablets to the shampoo, first they need to be crushed to a powder state. With regular use, Altaic Shilajit has a beneficial effect on the hair and scalp.

Cosmetic masks for Siberian Mumijo hair not only help to prevent hair loss, dullness and cross-section of the tips, but also strengthen the roots well, activate hair follicles and cause active growth of new hair. For a quick visible effect, it is desirable to carry out such procedures regularly, 8-12 times a month. To obtain sustainable benefits, monthly courses should be repeated from 2 to 4 times a year.

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