Ayurveda, which is native to modern day India, can be traced back thousands of years. Developed to help create balance within its adherents, Ayurveda includes the use of numerous herbs to help achieve this goal.
Shilajit is a rasayana (rejuvenative) herb and an adaptogen. Shilajit contains at least 85 minerals in Ionic form, as well as humic and fulvic acid. Shilajit is a Sanskrit word meaning "conqueror of mountains and destroyer of weakness." 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. It is bitter in taste.
Instructions for use: Serving Sizes for Ayurvedic herbs vary from person to person. It is recommended that each person start with a small amount, 1/8 tsp. to 1/4 tsp., to see how your body reacts and increase the dosage carefully over time.
It is also recommended to consult your physician before introducing Ayurvedic herbs into your diet.
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