Most frequently asked questions
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It is recommended to put five drops of pure liquid shilajit on a cup of warm drinking water and drink it on an empty stomach half an hour before breakfast.
Shilajit is a dietary supplement, not a medicine, that is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease; If you have a health problem, you should consult a specialist.
There are no clear harms and risks to the use of shilajit, but there are concerns that the use of this substance increases uric acid in the body, which may increase the risk of gout, and it may be more appropriate for people with high levels of iron in the blood to stay away from using shilajit because of its high content of the mineral Iron, and there is scientific evidence that this substance has the ability to cause an imbalance of hormones in the body due to the increase in testosterone levels. Also, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and children should stay away from using this substance.
Therapeutic shilajit is composed of 60-80% organic mineral matter, minimum 25.5% fulvic acid, and 11% humic acid. Scientific data indicates that shilajit contains approximately 80 biologically active constituents and botanical materials.
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A person can dissolve a pea-sized portion of shilajit in liquid and drink it up to three times a day, depending on the instructions on the package. The recommended dose of shilajit is 300 to 500 milligrams per day