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Preguntas frecuentes

  • What is the dosage?
    Attack treatment over 1 month for a powerful chelating effect (elimination of heavy metals) take up to 1 gram per day , the equivalent of a spoonful on an empty stomach in one go . Which corresponds approximately to one jar for 1 month. Maintenance treatment over 3 months for a lasting effect, take up to 0.25 grams per day , the equivalent of 1 stick . Which corresponds approximately to a pot for 3 months. We advise you to take the resin ideally on an empty stomach in the morning then one hour before lunch then two hours before going to bed. Note that the fulvic acid contained in Shilajit will increase the effects of what you take within a 2-hour interval.
  • How to consume Shilajit resin?
    To ensure accurate dosing, use the spoon provided to measure 500 mg of resin or the stick. We advise you to take the resin ideally on an empty stomach in one go . Note that the fulvic acid contained in shilajit will increase the effects of what you take within a 2-hour interval. Dissolve the resin in hot (not boiling) water, tea or any other beverage, stir and consume. In Ayurveda, Shilajit is consumed with milk. It can also be swallowed or dissolved under the tongue. You can use it non-stop, but it is always better to switch from one period of use to another.
  • How to store Shilajit resin?
    Store in a dry place and at room temperature. Protect Shilajit resin from direct sunlight. Please store the container in an upright position. Do not overturn the pot to avoid leaks.
  • What are the contraindications?
    People with kidney problems: Since studies have shown that taking shilajit increases creatinine, white blood cells and hemoglobin levels in patients, its use is not recommended for people with kidney problems. “It could also increase uric acid levels for some people, so this supplement is not recommended in cases of gout or high uric acid,” warns Amalia Boxberger. Pregnant or breastfeeding women: It is also not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Hemochromatosis: Fulvic acid traps and retains mineral salts, several experts warn of the risks of deficiency in certain minerals during prolonged intake of fulvic acid, in particular with regard to iron and selenium. People with too high blood iron levels (hemochromatosis) should not consume it either. Others: In some studies involving rats, administration of fulvic acid decreased the activity of the thyroid gland. In addition, following the administration of this humic acid, blood signs of inflammation and a more intense immune reaction during infection were observed. Please note: No drug interactions are known to date.
  • Do you have any recipe ideas with Shilajit?
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  • Do you know a recipe with Shilajit?
    Tchai shilajit For 50 cl Milk or vegetable milk: 40 cl Water: 10 cl Black tea: 1 to 2 tbsp Sugar/honey (optional): 1 tsp Cardamom: 1 tsp Cinnamon: ½ tsp Clove: ½ tsp Star anise / star anise: ½ tsp Ginger: ½ tsp Pepper: 1 pinch Nutmeg: 1 pinch Shilajit: 1g ​ Mix all the spices in the milk and water, boil for 2 minutes After 30 seconds add the tea (the liquid will be at around 90°C) and leave to infuse for 2 to 5 minutes depending on your taste Add sugar/honey and shilajit. Treat yourself
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