Shilajit Powder vs Resin

Shilajit powder vs Resin

Comparing  the Two forms

Best form of shilajit

Shilajit is commonly discovered in cracks, crevices, and caves within mountainous areas at high elevations. variations exist in the trace mineral composition, purification techniques, formation process, and classification of this substance. However, regardless of these disparities, all types of Shilajit share similar properties of nourishing cells and promoting overall well-being.

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 Shilajit resin

This is a naturally occurring humic substance found in the Himalayan region north of India, it is a sticky tar-like material that takes centuries to decompose plant and microbial matter. Shilajit is rich in minerals and amino acids and is best known for its high concentration of fulvic acid.

Fulvic acid makes up 5 to 80% of its nutraceutical components. Resin is the least processed form of shilajit. While it may have a more authentic composition, the resin tastes bitter, and exact dosing is difficult.

Shilajit Powder

This is made from raw shilajit resin and processed through water extraction. A proper extraction method is required to provide a higher yield with a considerable concentration of bioactive components.

Recovering all the beneficial components of shilajit creates a more potent version than resin. Extract powders are more easily absorbed by the body and more bioavailable to the body’s cells for absorption. A scientific study found that extracts had many benefits than their raw form including: [1]

  • Advanced bioavailability

  • Lengthen shelf life

  • Higher-performing active ingredients

Shilajit powder can be made into Herbal Capsules at a consistent measurement for ingestion or made into tinctures which further increases the bioavailability using alcohol/ethanol for another form of extraction.

 

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How to take shilajit resin

Resin appears as a sleek, wax-like substance, often black or extremely dark brown in hue. Often, this sticky substance is placed in different beverages to mask its unpleasant taste such as:

  • Hot water

  • Hot milk

  • Hot tea

  • Honey milk

The heat of these drinks helps it dissolve more easily but is not strong enough to break down its nutritional value. Heat is a helpful assimilation making it the best way to consume shilajit. The body better absorbs and ingests the nutrients. An alternative way to ingest shilajit is by dissolving it under your tongue. Resin is highly soluble and absorbable by itself.

How to take shilajit powder

The powder appears to be a fine dark brown color and is extremely potent and made from a concentrated form of pure shilajit It has a higher percentage of trace minerals per serving than the other types of shilajit. Shilajit powder gets easily dissolved allowing freedom to be added to a variety of items. This includes:

  • Salads

  • Drinks

  • Capsules

  • Tinctures

  • Smoothies

 Conclusion

In the end, the decision between shilajit powder vs resin depends on personal preference and individual uses. Some people may prefer the potency and versatility of shilajit powder, while others may prefer the non-processed and traditional use of shilajit resin. Health benefits include improved thinking and memory as well as heightened male fertility through higher sperm count and testosterone levels with 2 different forms of ability to be digested with different nutritional absorption rates.

References

anna, p., & Jri, M. (2023, March 28). Pubmed central. Retrieved from

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10086256/

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