Destroyer of Weakness-Shilajit

No matter how hard you push your body- whether you kill yourself in the gym, do every WOD for a month,  yoga every damn day, cycle your soul off... it doesn't matter if you don't fuel your body properly. 

Since dropping my meds, I've been relying on what I've been calling 'hero fuel' to keep me going. 

Real food (no meat, just fish and dairy), lots of fruits and veggies, mediation twice a day, 8 hours of sleep, positive people, proper rest, creative outlets, lots and lots of water, and my secret weapon- HERBS. 

I've promoted pine pollen before, and I'm still taking it regularly, but I wanted to introduce to you a new herb- SHILAJIT. aka... 


“About 50 million years ago, the Indian continent collided into Asia and formed the Himalayan mountain range. As the mountains formed, tropical forests were crushed and compacted between massive boulders. The compressed forests gradually transformed into a nutrient- and mineral-rich biomass loaded with medicinal humic and fulvic acids. Now, every summer as the mountains warm, India’s most prized herbal remedy literally oozes from these biomass resins in the high mountain crevasses.

Known as Shilajit, this resinous and nutrient-rich biomass has been touted for millennia by Ayurveda’s Materia Medica as the best carrier of energy and nutrition into the human body. Modern science has recently proven this by identifying fulvic and humic acids, which are found in abundance in Shilajit, as the main substances responsible for energy production within the cell. (1) Science is just beginning to understand the implications of fulvic acid rich nutrients like Shilajit.”

Basically its super nutrient rich condensed earth that can be taken as both a powder and a resin. I've been taking it for close to four months now and it's one of my favorite herbal supplements, right up there with pine pollen. 

The Benefits of Shilajit Powder
Contains Fulvic and Humic Acids
Contains at least 85 Minerals in Ionic Form [3]
May assist in Obesity, Hypertension, Arthritis*
Decreases Pain and Helps Injuries [3]*
Anti-inflammatory [2][6][11]*
Cognitive Stimulation [2]*
Assists Memory Ability and Support for Alzheimer’s [2]*
Purifies Blood*
Liver and Kidney Detoxification*
Supports Immune System [4][6][10]*
Helps to Increase Strength and Endurance [6]*
Supports Sexual Function and Potency*
Regulates Blood Sugar*
Supports Metabolism and Mitochondria [13]*
Mitigates effects of Fatigue by Increasing ATP [1][15]*
Improves Ability to Handle High Altitude Stresses [4]*
Increased Sperm Count and Motility [5][8]*
Normalizes Hormonal Activity [5]*
Ovogenic (Helpful in ovulation for females) [8]*
Helps Lower Cholesterol and Triglycerides [9]*
Antioxidant [9][12]*
Cardioprotective [12]*
High in Bioavailable Calcium [15]*
Corrects Protein Synthesis [15]*
There is hardly any function of the human body that is not supported by Shilajit.*

I've been taking it before my morning meditation or after breakfast, usually whichever comes first. I've noticed a quick burst of energy that allows me to tap into meditation quicker, and also jump into 'flow' state much easier. 

If you're looking for a natural supplement to take your life to the next LEVEL, give SHILAJIT a try. 


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Stay tuned for more reviews as I incorporate new herbs into my routine. I'm currently taking pine pollen, shilajit, maca, bacopa, lions mane, cordyceps and spirulina all on a regular basis.