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Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic
Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic
Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic
Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic
Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic
Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic
Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic
Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic
Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic
Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic

Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic Rasayana Rejuvenation, Natural Source of Fulvic Acid, Includes Measuring Spoon - 5 ml / 0.2 fl oz (Pack of 1)

Product ID : 10620930
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Galleon Product ID 10620930
UPC / ISBN 019962191008
Shipping Weight 0.25 lbs
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Manufacturer Pure Himalayan Shilajit
Shipping Dimension 3.94 x 3.39 x 2.52 inches
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Brand Pure Himalayan Shilajit
Color Black
Package Quantity 1
Size 5 Gram
UPC 019962191008
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2,065

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Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic Features

  • Freshly harvested Himalayan Shilajit at 16,000 feet altitude

  • Authentic - extracted according to centuries-old ayurvedic formulation with natural Triphala and Aloe Vera flavored spring water

  • Outstanding purity and potency, top quality product,

  • 8 out of 10 buyers feels the effect after the first use

  • Comes in a glass container with a measuring spoon and instructions, Analyzed for safety by 3rd party US laboratory


About Pure Himalayan Shilajit, Soft Resin, Ayurvedic

Shilajit is an exudate that is pressed out from layers of rock high Himalayan Mountains. About 200 million years ago, that land was a large island off the Australian coast separated from the Eurasian continent by the Tethys Sea. The Indian continent drifted north at a rate of about 30 ft a century, meeting the Asian continent about 40 to 50 million years ago. The sea bed pushed up, eventually forming the Himalayan Mountains, which continue to rise more than 1 cm a year today. During the ancient period the mineral rich, fertile soil of the sea bed gave rise to a lush and dense tropical jungle. As the ground continued to be pushed up, the plants were trapped by layers of rock and soil and remained preserved for thousands of years, gradually transforming into a rich organic mass that is food for new plant life. Due to microbial action and the tremendous pressure from the weight of the mountains, this hummus was transformed into a dense, viscous, mineral and Fulvic Acid rich mass. This is