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From Siberia With Health

Shilajit is a special product that appeared naturally. As a rule, it consists mainly of resins flowing from crevices in permanent rocks. It is precisely this feature of the natural origin that this remedy is considered an invaluable source of useful trace elements that help restore the human body and completely cure some diseases.

However, even this unique remedy has some limitations and side effects. Is an allergic reaction possible when taking Shilajit?

One of the most noticeable restrictions of Shilajit is an age restriction. It should not be given to children under 12 years old, because there has still not been relevant research in pediatrics.

Shilajit should not be taken by persons with poor blood clotting, because it thins the blood, changing its rheology.

An allergic reaction is one of the possible side effects of Shilajit. It is the main reason why allergy sufferers should start taking it with caution, constantly observing the body's reaction to this remedy.

There are no official statistics and detailed research results on this subject, but in general, there are very few reports of allergies. In any case, if you should consult your doctor before taking a course of this unique natural remedy.

In an ideal world, our foods and drinks should contain high levels of fulvic minerals, but this is usually not the case with our modern food sources. Consequently, most people are deficient in various minerals, and gut problems prevent many people from absorbing nutrients properly, even if they are readily available in food.

Already today, science knows an effective and universal remedy for normalizing the level of minerals and nutrients in the human body - this is Shilajit, harvested in the Altai mountains.

In many ways, the numerous healing properties of this unique natural remedy can be explained by the presence of fulvic and humic acids. Let's take a closer look at what properties these components have, how they are similar and how they differ from each other.

Shilajit is still one of the most difficult to harvest natural remedies, while the popularity of this "gift of nature" is only growing.

Unfortunately, the source of the Shilajit is very limited. This means that the problem of small reserves of Shilajit in nature is more relevant than ever.

In other words, Shilajit is a non-renewable resource, and more and more of it is being consumed. Obviously, the moment will come when the supply of this remedy will simply run out.

Some experts argue that at the current level of consumption, the Shilajit will disappear from our planet in 100-150 years, some experts express the opinion that humanity will lose a unique natural remedy in 25-30 years. It is rather difficult to say which of these experts is right and which is wrong. Still, the Shilajit reserves assessment one of the mysteries for modern science.

Theoretically, Shilajit (Mumijo) can be stored forever. Why? Because it was stored in its regular organic form in mountains for thousands of years, isn’t it? However, we need to mention here that the preservation of the beneficial properties of the purified shilajit still depends on the storage conditions.

In the refrigerator or other cool place at a temperature from +4° to +7°C, (+40°F-+45°F) the density of the shilajit or fulvic content percentage practically does not change at all. If stored in normal room temperature (below +77°F or +25°C) it can be safely stored for 2, 3, 5 years – as long as the manufacturers claim on packaging – this is for long they got certification from respective governing bodies. They simply kept it for that period in their manufacturing labs and proved that the shilajit is not losing its properties. As you can imagine this is done more for simple certification properties, rather than actual shelf life of shilajit which is effectively 100s or 1000s of years (again if stored properly). 

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