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5 Easy Ways to Test the Purity of Shilajit

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Whenever demand of a specific product goes high, it’s purity is compromised by the dealers to make more profit. The same is in the case of Shilajit. Shilajit; which is also known as mineral pitch, is a sticky substance obtained from Himalayas and is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicines for centuries. Shilajit is helpful in proper brain functioning, prevents ageing, prevents iron deficient anaemia and has antiviral properties. Also, it is rich in fulvic and humic acids. Its demand has increased multifold in the past decade due to its healing properties for the human body.

Pure and authentic Shilajit is difficult to obtain. And therefore, it has led to multiple cases where fake or adulterated Shilajit being sold.  Shilajit is beneficial only if consumed in pure form. There are various methods to test its authenticity, some of which are very simple and can be easily done at home from the basic things. Some of them are given below.


First of all, never buy Shilajit in a powdered form or as a capsule. Both of these forms of Shilajit are adulterated with fillers and binders. Pure Shilajit raisins are sticky, black in color and are tar like.

Pliability test

It is one of the easiest method to check whether the Shilajit is authentic or not. Shilajit is very much responsive to change in temperature; therefore, when outside temperature is high, Shilajit becomes sticky and will stick to the fingers. Also, when the temperature is low, cold Shilajit becomes hard and breaks like a stone. This is because; Shilajit changes its texture in response to change in external temperature.

Solubility test

Another simple way to test the purity of Shilajit. Take a small piece of Shilajit and put it in water. Authentic Shilajit will readily dissolve in water turning it into dark brown or reddish black, without leaving any residue behind. But if the Shilajit is mixed with fillers, there will be sandy residue behind and the water will also taste sandy.

Alcohol test

Pure Shilajit does not dissolve in alcohol. Upon adding Shilajit to alcohol, it will form small clots. Therefore, if the sample of Shilajit dissolves in alcohol, it surely is ladened with additives.

Flame test

To test the purity of solid Shilajit, Flame test is the most reliable. When pure Shilajit is put on fire, it will not burn. But, upon heating at higher temperatures, pure Shilajit will create bubbles and will turn into ash. In case the Shilajit is impure or has impurities, it will catch robust fire.

Color and odor test

Pure Shilajit is mostly dark in color and is very rarely white. It has pungent smell as it is formed as a result of breaking down of plant matter and minerals.

Purity Guaranteed
Rasayanam shilajit contains only natural ingredients and each batch undergoes extensive quality control inspection to ensure we only provide you products that are of unmatched quality.

Gold Standard
Our Shilajit is extracted from the most fertile locations of Himalayas located at 15,000 ft – 16,000 ft. of elevation. We work with locals who understand the herb to make this possible.

Tested for heavy metal & food safety
Our shilajit is certified and tested for harmful heavy metal. Report can be assessed here. We are also FSSAI (Food Safety and Standard Authority of India) approved.

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15 Responses

  1. What if my shilajit passes every test EXCEPT dissolution? It wants to look like clumps, particles on the bottom of the cup…

    1. Hey, did you find an answer yet? I have the same problem, my shilajit also leaves a sandy substance behind.

    1. Hi Sir/Mam,

      You can use these product upto 30 days, for better result atleast 60 days, because they are ayurvedic & certified product so you can use these product for long time as per your requirement but make sure if you have nay specific medical treatment condition kindly consult with your Dr first.

  2. Your company sells shilajit in capsule form mixed with ashwagandha and safed musli, Testoboost.
    So why do you recommend it not to be taken in capsule form.
    Please clarify.

    1. HI Sir, We would like to inform you that, If you are looking pure shilajit only so we recommend you kindly buy our pure shilajit in resin form, but testoboost is a blend of ayurvedic herbs shilajit , Ashwagandha , safed musli, every products have their own features, and we do not use any other chemical products with our any products, we mentioned this on our website because shilajit resin is more effective comparison to powder or capsules, so that’s why we added ashwagandha & safed musli with our testoboost for making more effective.

        1. Yes Sir, we would like to inform you that it might be due to settling of shilajit particles at the bottom, but not necessary as you know shilajit contains some heavy metals with minimum quantity also include Fulvic acid crystals.

  3. Please inform what is the best way to consume Shilajit i.e is it taken raw and if so how much per day ? or is it mixed with food & consumed ? also , what is the best time of day to consume Shilajit ?

    1. Dear Dilip,

      Please find below the dosage instructions.

      Approx. pea-sized dose (300mg – 500mg) once or twice a day or as directed by a physician.

      For best results, consume Shilajit on an empty stomach in the morning with either water or milk.

    1. Hi Angel,

      Shilajit extracted from the remotest locations of Gilgit, the Himalayas and purified in-house using traditional ayurvedic methods,

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