- One of the most popular Ayurvedic tonics.
- Contains more than 80 minerals in their natural, organic and ionic forms.
«Primavie», a purified shilajit extract standardised in bioactives, particularly fulvic acid, is the result of many years' work aimed at ensuring the highest bioavailability for its ingredients. This new, scientifically-supported form of an ancient and renowned ayurvedic tonic, is a natural, effective, safe and polyvalent product which can be taken either long-term or as and when required.
Shilajit is one of oriental medicine's most highly-regarded tonics. It features in ancient ayurvedic texts dating back more than 3000 years. Traditionally, it has been used more for its tonic and adaptogen properties. Ayurvedic practitioners have long claimed there are few treatable diseases which cannot be managed or cured by shilajit. For over 25 years, modern medicine has been engaged in research to confirm the basis of these claims and scientists are working to evaluate its mechanism of action and to identify its effects.
In its natural form, shilajit is a bituminous substance which, during the hot season, oozes from craggy rocks in the foothills of the Himalayas and which is also found in Kashmir, Pakistan and Tibet. A compact mass of vegetable matter, Shilajit contains 84 different minerals in their natural organic and ionized forms, benzopyrones, triterpenes, phenolic lipids, humic acid and fulvic acid. The latter is particularly effective at transporting molecules and has multiple beneficial properties.
«Primavie» shilajit is standardised to provide 60% fulvic acid, the many health benefits of which have been confirmed in recent research conducted at the University of Benares and published in the Indian Journal of Chemistry:
|Daily dose : 2 capsules
Number of doses per pack : 30
|Amount per dose|
|PrimaVie™ (extract of shilajit standardised to 60% fulvic acid, 10% dibenzo-alpha-pyrone chromoproteins, 0.3% dibenzo-alpha-pyrones)||500 mg|
| Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice flour.
PrimaVie™, Natreon, USA.
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