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Hi folks! Have you been considering trying Shilajit resin or powder? If so, we’ve got good news! Several bits of good news, actually! First: Lost Empire Herbs Shilajit comes in BOTH powder AND resin. Second: We have a coupon code that will save you 15% on your purchase! I’ve started using Shilajit resin, and believe it or not, a VERY LITTLE goes a VERY LONG way.
I won’t kid you – the taste of the resin is strong. The texture is a bit like sticky tar (I can’t think of another way to put it); however, for some bizarre reason, I like it.
Again, they have both the resin and powder – so if you have a “thing” about sticky textured herbs, maybe try the powder form. (Note, the primary link in this post goes to the Shilajit RESIN page; however, for those who prefer Shilajit POWDER, click here.
What makes Shilajit so special?
If you have ever heard of Ayurvedic medicine (a system of medicine originating in India thousands of years ago), you may know that the focus is on using holistic and traditional materials combined with lifestyle, exercise and diet recommendations (Source: https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/ayurvedic-medicine-in-depth). According to Lost Empire Herbs, Shilajit is rated right at the top in Ayurvedic medicine. In looking at it, it’s kind of easy to see why. Shilajit is probably rated so highly due to how many benefits are attributed to this substance.
I’ll let the folks at Lost Empire Herbs do most of the explaining (since they site their data sources). But, one of the things that struck me is the sheer amount of minerals in Shilajit. This substance has over 85 minerals, and has Fulvic and Humic acids as well.
Some Science about Fulvic Acid
If you like science types of articles, you might want to read this one at Science Direct about some research on fulvic acid. This article discusses Fulvic Acid and heavy metals. “Dietary supplementation of fulvic acid for growth improvement and prevention of heavy metal accumulation in Nile tilapia fed with green mussel”: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1687428520300340
Lost Empire Herbs Review Info
I have written extensively here on the site about Lost Empire Herbs, primarily because I am a paying customer who uses quite a number of their products. Please note, the company does NOT give me free products. I purchase all my products. I am allowed to use coupon codes – just like you are – but I cannot use my own links (in other words, no double dipping allowed! 🙂 )
Please consider Lost Empire Herbs when deciding to try either a Shilajit powder or a resin. There is SO MUCH info on the company’s pages, and they include so much detail about all of their products. I love the company, and hope you come to love it too!
Link to Lost Empire Herbs Shilajit POWDER: Click here for Shilajit POWDER
Link to Lost Empire Herbs Shilajit RESIN: Click here for Shilajit RESIN