I tried this Himalayan gunk for more energetic workouts. Here's what happened.
April 5, 2019
As the marketers will tell you, shilajit comes from the Himalayas—specifically from the rich environment created through organic materials caught up in the Earth's tectonic shifts over time. "These decaying plants were gradually transformed into humus, a rich organic mass that is food for new plant life, and eventually, due to microbial action and the tremendous pressure from the weight of the mountains, the humus was transformed into a dense, mineral-rich substance—shilajit,” says Calvin Bond, representative for HANAH, a company that makes products, including the upcoming Shilajit+, using Ayurvedic ingredients.Read more
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