The many benefits of using our products are primarily derived from a 100% Earth-Made substance called Shilajit.

Colorado Shilajit – An Introduction VIDEO

Shilajit – Unarguably the best form of Humic and Fulvic Acid Compounds
Shilajit is an exudate of concentrated materials found oozing from mountain sides (rock), typically at elevations between 6000 feet and 16,000 feet. In the Rocky Mountains of the US, the “sweet spot” for Shilajit foraging is between 9,000 and 12,000 feet. In Colorado and Utah, this rare material can be found both below and above tree lines; in caves, crevasses of varying depth, and on sheer rock faces.

In Ayurvedic pharmacology, Shilajit is the “King Rasayogavahayana” and the ultimate yogavaha. Rasayana is one of the comprehensive disciplines of Ayurveda, which comprises a specialized use of herbs, herbomineral formulations, food articles, and lifestyle along with self-discipline with social etiquette to achieve the optimum state of tissues and systems of the body so that there is the least effect of etiological factors on the body.  In other words, it can be stated that Rasayana is a way to achieve homeostasis and thus retarding the process of aging phenomenon and prevention of diseases. In healthy condition, Rasayana can be understood as nutritional dynamics for rejuvenation of body and psyche.  Shilajit stands alone as the king herb/biomineral over all other Earth-made substances. Within Rasayana, Shilajit is ultimate substance that “improves quality of plasma/blood” and thus strengthens and promotes health to all tissues of the body. [1] Yogavaha refers to any substance that has the ability to synergistically “make better” and “carry” other substances to its prescribed destination. Shilajit is the King Rasayana and Ultimate Yogavaha; it is the health tonic that towers over any other Earth-made substance.

Chemically, Shilajit is complicated. One extensive chemical study of Shilajit indicated the occurrence of oxygenated biphenyls and three oxygenated [3], 4-benzocumarins, several phenolic , amino acid and triterpines in Shilajit. [13, 23]. And More than 81 minerals and trace elements: sodium, sulfur benzoic acid, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, magnesium, nickel, potassium, silicon, silver, sodium, barium, sulfur, iodine, strontium, rubidium, cesium, chromium, antimony, vanadium, molybdenum, phosphorus, glycosides, retinol carotenoids, Terpenoids, vitamin A, B, (including B2 and B12), vitamin C, D and E, melanoidin, polyphenols, dibenzo-alpha pyrones, riterpenes phospholipids, phenolic acids, albuminoids, benzoic and hippuric acids (and their salts) oxalic acid, tannic acid, fatty acids and bioflavonoids.

Shilajit, pure, mountain-found Shilajit (not to be confused with soil or coal based Fulvic Acid) cannot be replicated in the lab. While science breaks down Shilajit into two primary classes of organic compounds, it is much more complex. And this over simplification is the gap that allows product labeling resulting in confusion and often outright fraud. The primary classified substances in Shilajit are:

  1. Humic Substances
  2. Non-humic organic metabolites

The Humic substances combine to make up about 85% of Shilajit and the humic material can be divided into 3 parts:

  1. Fulvic Acids (FAs)
  2. Humic Acids (HAs)
  3. Humins (HMs)

Of these compound, compounds, FAs make up approximately 90% total Humic substance in Shilajit. FAs are key to Shilajit’s ability to mitigate health issues. FAs have a very low atomic weight (and physical size) allowing the bioactive elements in Shilajit such as oxygenated dibenzene-alpha-pyrones and their dimeric and oligomeric equivalents, [19, 20, 24], and other low molecular weight phenolic entities, along with FAs to act as an efficient carrier molecules (minerals) for uninterrupted systemic distribution and absorption. [15-16].

In simpler terms – FAs allows for the speedy and consistent absorption of minerals and nutrients into any biological, living entity, from plants to humans. No matter the matter that makes Shilajit, it is the supercharged ionic density (basically pure energy delivered directly to all cells of the body) that make Shilajit the supreme healing agent. More on that later.


We harness up, recon caves, crevasses, and sheer walls up to 13,000+ feet. The climbing and recon is much more enjoyable than the actual harvesting, and hauling! Truely Colorado – great work if you can get it!


Colorado Shilajit is Raw Processed using only Distilled Water. Purified Colorado Shialjit can have concentrations of Fulvic and Humic compounds in excess of 80% in paste form. Most Fulvic compounds are extracted from coal using highly toxic chemicals and can only achieve concentrations of acids of less than 4%.


We love our mountains. Only non-destructive harvesting is used. We do not remove rock or any living organisms in our harvesting. We challenge ourselves to leave no foot print. And, we always leave the tithe needed for Shilajit to continute to exude and grow.

Where is Shilajit found?
I now think everywhere. We began foraging for Shilajit in Colorado only 4 years ago but we and other in the areas have seen Shilajit decades ago in Colorado and other parts of the Rocky Mountains. Most of us had no clue that we were looking at Shilajit as common knowledge pointed to Asia, particularly in the Himalayan and Atlai Mountain ranges as the sources for Shilajit. We know of verified finds in Utah, British Columbia, and Chile. At the least, we hope Shilajit is indeed in every high mountainous regions of the world. Humanity is in need of such a powerhouse for healthy living and I believe that in our curated dome, the Earth provides everything we need to healthfully prosper; and most always on a perfectly and timely basis.

Types of Shilajit
Typically, there are four primary types of Shilajit and are described in the Charka Samhita (perhaps the most important ancient medical treastise of all time). Sarvana or gold Shilajit typically reddish in color; Rajat or copper Shilajit noted by its blue hue; Tamra or silver Shilajit with a white, tanslucent hue; and Lauha or iron Shilajit with dark brown to black coloring. In Colorado, we have cataloged gold, silver, and iron Shilajit. We have reconned areas where we (believe) we have spotted Copper Shilajit. We have the added resources of current and historical USGS and Colorado mining data whereby any given area can be “tagged” by the predominant ore extracted, historically and currently to assist us pre and post foraging identification. In testing, all Shilajit that we have found contain trace amounts of copper, silver, gold, and iron. Iron is the dominant element in all types of Shilajit. There is differentiation between the Shilajit types as “best for” in Ayruvedic texts but as a matter of practicality, iron Shilajit is most frequently found and most often recommended. In our experience, we have not recorded any noticeable differences in efficacy between the 3 types of Shilajit we have confirmed. All types are powerful.

How is Shilajit formed?
The research finding on this topic is arguable at best. And after 4 years of study, testing, reviews of where the exudations of Shilajit form (within a given geographic area), measuring Shilajit growth (including recharge), we think we still have much to explain as to how this amazing substance is formed. Many claim Shilajit is basically a free flowing liquid, of mostly vegetative mixed plant origin with added animal and inorganic materials.[2, 17],[18-19] One study claims that Shilajit requires latex plants (such as clover and Euphorbia royleana) [20-21] within the area to form the exudate. Another study claims that certain mosses and Liverworts were present near Shilajit sites and therefor are responsible for the formation of Shilajit. Things that make us go hmmm…I cannot and refute these studies. I can only say that none of the plants purported to be integral to the formation of Shilajit occurs near Shilajit exudations in the Rocky Mountains. But mountain are huge; perhaps these plants are found at the mountains base? Literally mile away from the Shilajit? This is entirely possible but perhaps not so probable? The areas where we find Shilajit in Colorado vary significantly geologically. The rock materials, vegetation, hydrological factor can be extremely different. After cataloging over 30 sites, we are still looking for a patterned commonalities that are actually practicable is defining the necessary material to promulgate Shilajit. The data is, thus far, not helping us (much) to guide us to Shilajit “areas.”

Most do agree, as do I, that whatever the source material, Shilajit takes a long period in time to form and reach the surface. The model that is most often referenced, believes that Shilajit is compost that is buried over time, traveling deep into a mountain whereby the pressures of weight causes heating and induces the formation of Shilajit. Not much to disagree here, right? Until we take a deeper dive into the mineral makeup of Shilajit. There are trace amounts of elements that are not charted due to being unseen unless tested with very expensive tools…this topic will discusses in more detail in a separate writing but for now let me say this: Shilajit grows in light. It appears to grow fastest in natural sunlight.

Traditional uses of Shilajit
Shilajit has been in use for assisting and improving the human condition for over four thousand years. In Ayurveda, Shilajit is extensively used by Hindu physicians for a variety of ailments. Shilajit is claimed to be effective against tuberculosis, chronic bronchitis, and asthma, digestive issues such as IBS, hormone balancing for men and women, bladder control, diseases of the nerves, skin diseases, as a system-wide anti-inflammatory, and speeding the mending of fractured bones. Shilajit is also highly claimed for its anti-aging and physical and mental rejuvenating powers.

Shilajit Benefit Claims in Scientific Studies
Free radical scavenger, Mast Cell Protector, Spermatogenic, Ovogenic, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-diabetic, Immunomodulator, Antifungal, Antiviral, Brown Adipose Tissue (fat) Burner, Arthritis, Psoriasis, Skin Legions, Cellular Oxygen Uptake, Digestive System Corrective, Blood Cleanser, Toxic Waste Removal, Anti-parasitic, and more….

There is a story from an ancient Arabic text describing a cave filled with Mumijo. The Sultan demanded that sentries be posted to guard the cave as one would a great treasure. Once every year, servants were sent to harvest this treasure. Shilajit was at one time, equal in value to its weight in gold.

Our “guardianship” of Shilajit has one singular goal – to provide pure Shilajit. For us, purity must begin and end with verifiable trust. In our case verifiable trust means this:
•Our Shilajit, when harvested, is cataloged by the harvester documenting location, elevation, and area geomorphology.
•We do not purchase Shilajit, raw or processed from anyone. Only Shilajit directly harvested in the USA by us, enters our production process.
•Our purification process preserves Shilajit as a “Living, Whole Essence,” utilizing zero chemicals, plastics, or high heat.
•The chain of custody is ours – from harvesting to packaging, we do not allow any possibility of degradation of our Shilajit products.

We are grateful that, from our back yard, we have been given such Natural wealth to share with you. The veneration of Shilajit is ancient, spiritual, perhaps even bordering on the divine; And in these times of toxic bombardment from every angle impacting all aspects of our health; with our food now almost devoid of mineral nutrients, Shilajit, like pure water, air, and food, should be considered a daily necessity.

Some studies to review if you like:

1. Shilajit: A panacea for high-altitude problems Shilajit, a herbomineral drug, contains ample
amounts of fulvic acid and mineral constituents…
2. Safety and efficacy of shilajit (mumie, moomiyo): The safety of shilajit is well documented based on animal and human studies. Various research studies indicate that shilajit exhibits …
3. Shilajit: a natural phytocomplex with potential procognitive activity: It is a potent and very safe dietary supplement, restoring the energetic balance and potentially able to prevent several
4. The effects of Shilajit supplementation on fatigue-induced decreases in muscular strength and
serum hydroxyproline levels: Shilajit is a safe, fluvic mineral complex exudate that is common to Ayurvedic medicine and is composed of …
5. Shilajit extract reduces oxidative stress, inflammation, and bone loss to dose-dependently
preserve bone mineral density in postmenopausal women with osteopenia: A randomized,
double-blind, placebo-controlled trial: Daily supplementation with this shilajit extract supports
BMD in postmenopausal women with osteopenia in part by attenuating the increased bone
6. Shilajit potentiates the effect of chemotherapeutic drugs and mitigates metastasis induced liver
and kidney damages in osteosarcoma rats: Collectively, present data indicate that shilajit may
potentiate the effects of chemotherapy drugs and mitigate the metastasis-induced liver and
7. Clinical evaluation of spermatogenic activity of processed Shilajit in oligospermia: The safety and spermatogenic activity of processed Shilajit (PS) were evaluated in oligospermic patients.
Initially, 60 infertile male patients were …
8. Antiulcerogenic and antiinflammatory studies with shilajit: In folk medicine, shilajit has been
used to treat diverse clinical conditions ranging from peptic ulcer to bone healing. The present
study was conducted…
9. Antiviral activity of natural humic substances and shilajit materials against HIV-1: Relation to
structure: Natural products, such as humic substances (HS) and shilajit, are known to possess
antiviral activity. Humic-like components are often …
10. In vitro evaluation of the antiviral properties of Shilajit and investigation of its mechanisms of action: The results of the present study demonstrate that Shilajit is endowed with broad, yet
specific, antiviral activity in vitro and constitutes …
11. The Effects of Shilajit on Brain Edema, Intracranial Pressure and Neurologic Outcomes following the Traumatic Brain Injury in Rat:
12. Shilajit: A Natural Phytocomplex with Potential Procognitive Activity: Shilajit is a natural
substance found mainly in the Himalayas, formed for centuries by the gradual decomposition of
certain plants by the action…
13. Skin Transcriptome of Middle-Aged Women Supplemented With Natural Herbo-mineral Shilajit Shows Induction of Microvascular and Extracellular Matrix Mechanisms: evaluate the effects of shilajit supplementation on skin gene expression profile and …
14. Shilajit Boosts CoQ10 Efficiency: When coenzyme Q10 is combined with shilajit there is an even greater improvement in mitochondrial function and conversion of food into energy…
15. Protective Roles of Shilajit in Modulating Resistin, Adiponectin, and Cytokines in Rats with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: The role of insulin resistance in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
16. Mumio (Shilajit) as a potential chemotherapeutic for the urinary bladder cancer treatment:
Mineral pitch induces apoptosis and inhibits …
17. Fulvic acid inhibits aggregation and promotes disassembly of tau fibrils associated with
Alzheimer’s disease:



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Too many benefits to list in detail - Shilajit is simply incredible when it comes to its potential for improving your health.
  • Rejuvenates the entire body (yes! - we have experienced this ourselves)
  • Increase intelligence (yes!)
  • Can eliminate constipation (yes!)
  • Improves muscle strength (yes!)
  • Strengthens lungs, relieves breathing difficulties, coughs (yes!)
  • Improves endurance - muscular and respiratory (yes! now you know what pro cyclists and runners use!)
  • Improves sex drive, increases testosterone production in men (yes!)
  • Improve fertility (yes!)
  • Anti-aging
  • Improves complexion (yes!)
  • Prevents/Corrects Leaky Gut (yes!)
  • Increases metabolism (yes!)
  • Eliminates many skin problems (yes! use topically on psoriasis, rashes; great foe pets too. )
  • Reduces varicose veins (yes!)
  • Removal of intestinal parasites (yes!)
  • Aids in reducing and eliminating Type II Diabetes (yes!)
  • Pet health (yes! place drop in water)
  • Plant health - increases yields (yes!)
  • Chelates monovalent and divalent elements - incredible heavy metal detox potential (yes!)
Some studies to review if you like: Be informed but you can spend weeks researching the legitimate benefits from Shilajit. Get some now - you are worth it! >>>
We test each batch with a well qualified third party analytics testing company. Mneral Components in Pure-Legit Shilajit
Aluminum Indium Selenium
Antimony Iridium Silver
Barium Iron Strontium
Beryllium Lanthanum Tantalum
Bismuth Lithium Tellurium
Boron Lutetium Terbium
Cerium Manganese Thallium
Cesium Molybdenum Thorium
Chromium Nickel Thulium
Cobalt Niobium Tin
Copper Osmium Titanium
Dysprosium Palladium Tungsten
Erbium Platinum Uranium
Europium Praseodymium Vanadium
Gadolinium Rhenium Ytterbium
Gallium Rhodium Yttrium
Germanium Rubidium Zinc
Gold Ruthenium Zirconium
Hafnium Samarium
Holmium Scandium

Imagine our delight when the first lodes of Shilajit were proved out right here in our back yard - the Continental Divide, Colorado USA! To be gifted with one of Nature's pillars of Wellness - speechless.

Here are some principles we stick to:

  • We consume what we make and insist on knowing that which we intake is purely grown and purely made, purely whole and wholly purposeful.
  • We live where we harvest (literally for one of our team). We care about our beautiful mountains and practice non-destructive harvesting.
  • Our employees are paid true living wages (owners not so much).
  • No shortcuts. We thrive with slow and methodical; patience and thoughtfulness always brings out the best in everything.
  • We practice nepotism everyday.

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