Wholesale Shilajit Resin UK

As one of the UK's leading suppliers of Shilajit, we specialise in delivering high-quality, potent, and 100% natural Shilajit resins, powders, and liquids in bulk quantities. Offering direct access to one of nature's most revered supplements, we cater to the needs of retailers and health-conscious consumers seeking the finest quality Shilajit on the market.

Our wholesale Shilajit is from natural sources, harnessed using traditional methods that ensure its purity and potency. This rare, resinous substance, revered for centuries in traditional Ayurvedic medicine, is believed to offer a multitude of wellness benefits. Its rich and unique composition contains fulvic acid, humic acid, and a treasure trove of essential minerals and trace elements, making it a highly sought-after supplement in the wellness industry.

For retailers, our wholesale Shilajit offers a golden opportunity to cater to the rapidly growing market of consumers interested in natural health and wellness supplements. It's not just about offering a product; it's about providing a solution for those seeking a holistic approach to their health, and Shilajit fits perfectly into this narrative. With increasing awareness about the potential health benefits of Shilajit, including its ability to enhance energy, support immune function, and aid in mental clarity, the demand for this 'mountain gold' is on a steady rise.

Understanding the need for quality assurance in the supplements industry, we prioritise stringent quality control procedures to ensure our wholesale Shilajit meets the highest standards. Each batch is thoroughly tested for its purity, potency, and consistency, ensuring that our customers receive only the best product.

Partnering with us means you'll be offering your customers a product that is as authentic as it is beneficial. From small independent health food stores to larger retail chains, our wholesale Shilajit is the perfect addition to any supplement range, catering to a wide demographic of health-conscious individuals.

For those interested in supplements, Shilajit offers an all-natural, nutrient-dense option. It is a powerful adaptogen, which helps the body to cope with stress, and a potent nootropic, supporting cognitive function. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties further add to its appeal. Moreover, the high mineral content, especially the fulvic acid in Shilajit, aids in the body's absorption of nutrients, making it a superior choice for those seeking a truly effective supplement.

But the benefits of Shilajit extend beyond the individual. By choosing to stock Shilajit, retailers are supporting sustainable and ethical sourcing practices. Our wholesale Shilajit is responsibly sourced, with respect for the environment and the communities involved in its harvesting. This means that stocking Shilajit not only contributes to your customers' health but also promotes a sustainable and equitable supply chain.

In a world where consumers are increasingly discerning about what they put in their bodies, and where they source it from, Shilajit stands out as a product that delivers on all fronts. Its unique blend of health benefits, combined with responsible sourcing and an intriguing history, make it an attractive proposition for any retailer.

We invite you to discover the potency and potential of Shilajit. Whether you're a retailer looking to expand your product range or a health enthusiast seeking a powerful, natural supplement, our wholesale Shilajit is the answer. Experience the benefits of this ancient wellness gem, and join us in bringing the power of the Himalayas to the UK.

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Wholesale Shilajit Resin UK Q & A

What is the history of Shilajit?

Shilajit's origins stretch back to ancient civilizations, over 5000 years ago. It was recognized in Ayurvedic tradition as a "rasayana" or rejuvenator, with the power to increase longevity. This belief was so ingrained in the society of the time that it was incorporated into the ancient Indian texts, the Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita, both of which are foundational treatises on Ayurvedic medicine.

Simultaneously, Shilajit's fame was not limited to India alone. It was revered in the ancient Persian medicine system too, where it was known as "mumijo". Just as in India, the Persians considered it a life-enhancing substance.

As we move into the medieval period, around the 5th to the 15th century, the use of Shilajit persisted. Scholars and naturalists like Al-Biruni and Avicenna documented the substance in their work, highlighting its therapeutic value. Avicenna, a Persian polymath, in particular, lauded Shilajit's benefits in his famous book, "The Canon of Medicine".

In the modern era, scientific interest in Shilajit has surged. Numerous studies were conducted throughout the 20th and early 21st centuries, mostly aimed at verifying its traditional uses with empirical evidence. Much of this research confirmed the presence of a variety of minerals and fulvic acid, which are believed to contribute to Shilajit's purported health benefits.

Into the late 20th and early 21st century, Shilajit gained popularity as a supplement in Western markets, though its use is still grounded in the principles of Ayurvedic and holistic wellness. Despite becoming mainstream, it retains its ancient mystique, standing as a testament to the wisdom of traditional medicinal systems that recognized its value centuries before modern science.


How is Shilajit consumed?

Shilajit, renowned for its rich nutrient content and perceived health benefits, is typically consumed orally, and it comes in a variety of forms to suit different preferences and lifestyles.

One of the most traditional ways to consume Shilajit is in its resin form, which is essentially its purest and raw form. This resin is a sticky, tar-like substance that is directly harvested from the rocks of the Himalayas and other mountain ranges. It's potent, and consumers are advised to start with a rice grain-sized portion, approximately 100mg, to gauge their body's initial response. It's then often mixed with a warm liquid - typically water or milk - before being consumed.

However, given the advent of modern extraction and preparation techniques, Shilajit is now also available in more user-friendly forms like powders and liquid extracts. Powdered Shilajit is popular due to its convenience and ease of use. It can easily be dissolved into a liquid or sprinkled onto food, making it a versatile option for incorporating into a daily health regimen. This is especially appealing for those who want to avoid the distinct, somewhat earthy taste of Shilajit resin.

Shilajit liquid extracts, on the other hand, are a more concentrated form of Shilajit. They offer the same purported benefits as the resin but in a more readily absorbable form. This format can be added to water, tea, or other beverages, making it a flexible and straightforward choice for those on the go.

Irrespective of the form in which Shilajit is consumed, the recommended frequency is typically one to three times a day, based on individual needs and tolerance. Users are always encouraged to start with smaller doses and adjust gradually, monitoring their body's reaction.

Can children take Shilajit?

Shilajit is primarily intended for adult consumption. The complexities of its components, while beneficial for adults, can be intense for the developing systems of children, which is why it's generally not recommended for them.

Children's bodies are in the active stages of growth and development, and their nutritional and health needs are different from those of adults. Introducing potent substances like Shilajit into their system may not always be appropriate or safe. 

Are there any contraindications for Shilajit?

Shilajit contains a small amount of phenylalanine, which is contraindicated for people with PKU (phenylketonuria). Pregnant or lactating women or those under a doctor's care should consult a healthcare professional before use.

How many servings are in one wholesale container of Shilajit?

The number of servings depends on the size of the container and the dosage used. A 10-gram container can last 1-3 months if used as recommended.

What if my Shilajit is very hard?

Shilajit, in its natural resin form, is indeed a substance that changes its consistency depending on the surrounding temperature. It becomes hard and brittle in cold temperatures, while warmer temperatures make it soft and pliable. This is a natural characteristic of Shilajit and does not necessarily indicate a problem with its quality or efficacy.

So, if you find that your Shilajit resin has become very hard, it's likely because it's been stored in a cooler environment. To soften it, a simple and practical solution is to warm it up. One effective way to do this is by carrying it in your pocket for a while. Your body heat will naturally warm the Shilajit, causing it to soften and become more manageable.

Remember, when handling Shilajit, it's always important to maintain clean hands and utensils to prevent any potential contamination. Also, while warming it up, ensure that it's not exposed to excessive heat, as this could potentially alter some of its beneficial properties.

What is the fulvic acid percentage in your Shilajit?

There is no reliable standard measurement for fulvic acid percentages in Shilajit. Therefore, we do not usually provide a specific percentage as it varies naturally and can be misleading.

Is your Shilajit vegan and gluten-free?

Yes, our Shilajit is both vegan and gluten-free. 

How should Shilajit be stored?

The proper storage of Shilajit is crucial to maintain its potency and effectiveness. As you've rightly mentioned, Shilajit should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This is because heat, humidity, and light can affect its properties and reduce its lifespan.

In its natural form, Shilajit is a sticky, tar-like substance. Excessive heat can cause it to become too soft and difficult to handle, while too much cold can make it hard and brittle. Therefore, maintaining a balanced, cool temperature is best for preserving its consistency.

Additionally, it's wise to keep Shilajit away from moisture as it can make it more susceptible to bacterial growth. To protect it from moisture, it should be stored in a well-sealed container, preferably the one it came in, as it would be designed for this purpose.

Lastly, although Shilajit is robust in its properties, it's best to store it away from direct sunlight. Prolonged exposure to sunlight can lead to the degradation of some of its vital components, which could affect its potency and effectiveness.

What is your return policy on wholesale orders?

We stand behind the quality of our Shilajit products. If you're not satisfied with your purchase, please contact our customer service for information on returns and refunds.

What supplements is Shilajit similar to?

Shilajit is a unique natural supplement, but its health benefits may overlap with several other types of supplements due to its broad spectrum of bioactive components. Here are a few examples of supplements that have some similar properties:

  1. Ashwagandha: An adaptogen used for stress reduction and improved concentration.
  2. Rhodiola Rosea: Used for improving energy levels, reducing mental fatigue.
  3. Ginseng: Believed to boost stamina, reduces stress, and provides antioxidants.
  4. Maca: Potentially enhances libido and fertility, acts as an adaptogen.
  5. Turmeric (Curcumin): Offers antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
  6. Ginkgo Biloba: Potentially enhances cognitive function.
  7. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Potentially provides anti-inflammatory and cognitive-enhancing effects.
  8. Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10): Potentially boosts energy in cells.
  9. Cordyceps: Believed to boost energy and slow aging.
  10. Fulvic Acid Supplements: Contains a key active component in Shilajit.

What should retailers consider when stocking Shilajit?

To successfully market and sell Shilajit products, it's essential for retailers to possess a thorough understanding of its properties, traditional uses, recent scientific studies, potential benefits, and safety concerns.

One of the first things to consider is sourcing a high-quality product. Shilajit's quality and potency largely depend on where and how it is sourced. Genuine Shilajit is traditionally harvested from high-altitude regions of the Himalayas and other similar mountain ranges. For this reason, it's vital to research the product's origin and ensure that the supplier can provide a certification of authenticity. JM Wholesale are happy to provide these for all products we stock.

Equally important is ensuring the purity and safety of the Shilajit. The product should be free from fillers, preservatives, or artificial ingredients. Furthermore, as heavy metal contamination can be a concern with natural substances like Shilajit, it's essential that the product has been tested and cleared for any potential contaminants. Retailers should not hesitate to ask for lab testing certificates to assure the product is safe for consumption.

Shilajit is typically sold in resin or powder form and sometimes in capsules. Each of these presentations has its own benefits and drawbacks. Retailers need to consider the preferences of their target customer base in deciding which form to stock. For instance, while the resin is considered more potent and closer to its natural form, powder and capsules can be easier and more convenient to use for customers.

Legal and regulatory considerations are paramount. Retailers must ensure that all aspects of the Shilajit product, including packaging, labelling, and health claim promotions, are in compliance with local and international regulations. This may also involve displaying warnings and disclaimers about potential health effects.

Storage and shelf life are other significant factors. Shilajit needs to be stored in specific conditions to maintain its potency ā€“ a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Educating staff and customers about these storage requirements is key.

As Shilajit may be a relatively unknown product to many consumers, investment in marketing and customer education will play a substantial role in its retail success. In-store displays, online content, and customer service interactions should all be leveraged as opportunities for educating customers about Shilajit's traditional and potential uses and benefits.

Given that Shilajit is a premium product, retailers should be prepared for high customer service expectations. Detailed product information, professional handling of queries, returns, or complaints will go a long way in building customer trust and satisfaction.

Pricing strategy also needs careful thought. The price of Shilajit can vary significantly based on its form, quality, and brand. Retailers need to balance between reflecting the premium nature of the product and what the target customer is willing and able to pay.

Conducting a competitor analysis can provide valuable insights for a successful Shilajit retail strategy. Understanding what other retailers are doing, the brands they carry, their prices, and how they market Shilajit can provide useful ideas and identify potential areas of competitive advantage.

Trust-building is also a critical aspect of selling niche, high-value products like Shilajit. Transparency about the product's source, quality checks, and lab test results can be instrumental in building this trust.

Finally, fostering a strong, long-term relationship with a reliable Shilajit supplier can help ensure consistent product quality and availability. Suppliers can also be valuable resources for product information and education, enabling retailers to better serve their customers. We look forward to hearing from you.

How to identify counterfeit or low-quality Shilajit?

In terms of appearance, genuine Shilajit should have a glossy surface and a blackish-brown color. Though color can vary somewhat depending on the specific mineral composition and source, any significant deviation (such as a light color or opaqueness) could indicate a low-quality or adulterated product.

Shilajit's consistency also provides valuable clues. Genuine Shilajit is somewhat pliable at room temperature and softens when held in hand, becoming more tar-like. It hardens when cooled and softens when warmed. If the product doesnā€™t exhibit these characteristics, it may be adulterated.

The smell of Shilajit is another distinguishing factor. Genuine Shilajit has a distinct, sharp, somewhat smoky odor thatā€™s reminiscent of burnt charcoal or tar. A lack of this smell, or the presence of a sweet or artificial odor, may indicate an adulterated product.

When a small amount of Shilajit is dissolved in warm water, it should completely dissolve without leaving any residue, forming a slightly cloudy solution. If the substance doesnā€™t dissolve completely, or if it forms clear rather than slightly opaque water, it may be counterfeit or of poor quality.

Shilajit also has a distinct, bitter taste, which is difficult to mask. If the product tastes sweet, salty, or distinctly earthy, it may not be genuine. However, taste should be used as a secondary test, as tasting unknown substances can carry inherent risks.

The packaging and marketing of the product can also provide clues. Genuine, high-quality Shilajit is not cheap, given the difficulty of its sourcing and processing. If a deal seems too good to be true, it likely is. Also, reputable suppliers usually provide detailed product information, including origin, lab tests, and clear usage instructions.


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Shilajit & Fulvic Acid

Fulvic acid is a key component of the decomposed plant and animal matter that enriches the soil. It has been gaining increased attention in the realm of nutritional supplements. This compound is a type of humic substance, a complex organic material present in soils, sediments, and bodies of water. What sets fulvic acid apart is its rich concentration of various minerals and nutrients, which contributes to its growing popularity as a dietary supplement.


One of the most prominent natural sources of fulvic acid is Shilajit. The effectiveness of fulvic acid as a supplement is significantly linked to its ability to transport nutrients into cells. Being a small molecule, it can penetrate cell membranes and even the mitochondria, a characteristic that isn't common in many compounds. This unique feature enhances the absorption and utilisation of various nutrients from our diet, underscoring fulvic acid's potential as a dietary supplement.

The potential benefits of fulvic acid and, by extension, Shilajit, are vast and diverse. From boosting nutrient absorption to enhancing detoxification, the potential health benefits are compelling. The strong antioxidant properties of fulvic acid can help combat oxidative stress, one of the leading contributors to aging and various chronic diseases. Moreover, fulvic acid has been observed to have anti-inflammatory properties, potentially helping to reduce inflammation and related health issues in the body.

šŸ§ Potential Cognitive Benefits: Preliminary research suggests that fulvic acid may have neuroprotective properties. It has been hypothesised to help slow down the progression of cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer's disease by preventing the buildup of tau proteins, which are often associated with these types of conditions. However, much more research is needed to confirm these findings and understand the mechanism behind them.

šŸ„˜Could Improve Digestion: As a type of humic substance, fulvic acid may aid in the maintenance of a healthy gut environment. It has been suggested to help balance the microbiota in the gut, enhancing overall digestion and nutrient absorption. It's also thought to aid in the detoxification process, helping remove toxins and other waste materials from the body.

āš”Energy Production & Mitochondrial Health: Fulvic acid is known for its ability to penetrate the mitochondria, the energy-producing powerhouses of the cells. This unique property could potentially enhance energy production at a cellular level, leading to improved overall vitality and less fatigue.

šŸ§‚Supporting Mineral Absorption: One of the significant benefits of fulvic acid lies in its ability to transport nutrients into cells. It carries trace minerals and other nutrients with it, ensuring their optimal absorption and utilisation in the body.

šŸ¦ Supporting Immune Response: Some studies suggest that fulvic acid may help strengthen the immune system, owing to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. By reducing inflammation and combating oxidative stress, fulvic acid might contribute to a more robust immune response.

šŸ’…Supporting Skin Health: Topically applied, fulvic acid might promote better skin health due to its antioxidant properties. It could potentially aid in treating various skin conditions, reducing inflammation, and promoting healing.

While there is ongoing research into these potential benefits, it's important to remember that Shilajit fulvic acid, like any supplement, should be taken carefully. Some individuals may experience side effects, and the substance may interact with certain medications. Therefore, always consult a professional before starting any new supplement regimen.

A Wealth of Minerals

Shilajit, with its exceptional mineral wealth, embraces a vast array of elements, each one imparting its unique contribution to the overall functionality.

We can begin with Chromium, a mineral pivotal for metabolic processes that preside over blood sugar, helping insulin to usher glucose into cells for energy production. Next, Silicon enters the spotlight with its crucial role in forming robust and flexible connective tissues, hence fostering of skin, hair, nails, and bones.

Nickel, a trace element, is implicated in the metabolic breakdown of glucose by the body and is conjectured to play a part in the synthesis of certain enzymes. Cobalt follows, boasting its significance as an integral part of vitamin B12, fundamental for the manufacture of red blood cells.

Vanadium is another notable mineral in Shilajit, acknowledged for its involvement in cellular metabolism and the formation of bones and teeth, apart from playing a role in growth and reproduction. Boron, celebrated for its role in bone health, is believed to enhance the bodyā€™s inherent ability to assimilate calcium and magnesium.

Shilajit also contains Strontium, which can bolster bone health, potentially fortifying bones and reducing fracture risks. Lithium, well known for its role in neurological health, can influence neurotransmitter activity and nerve cell communication, thereby supporting brain health.

The relatively less understood Gallium is also present in Shilajit. It is hypothesised to play a role in bone formation and health. Moreover, Barium, although a trace element, is associated with improvements in symptoms related to respiratory issues and heart health in some studies.

A list of Shilajitā€™s minerals wouldn't be complete without mentioning Cesium and Rubidium, both of which, despite not typically being dietary minerals, are suggested to offer benefits for cellular health. Particularly, Rubidium may potentially benefit the nervous system.

Next, the trace element Tellurium, which plays a role in the body's metabolism and may also exhibit antioxidant properties, adds to the Shilajitā€™s unique composition. This exceptional and wide-ranging mineral composition of Shilajit speaks volumes of its potential health benefits. It stands as a testament to the incredible diversity and complexity of this remarkable natural substance.

What should retailers consider when stocking Shilajit?

When considering the stocking of Shilajit, UK retailers have several critical factors to bear in mind. Understanding these can help you to ensure optimal storage, appeal to your target customers, and maximise the potential of this sought-after natural supplement.

Storage Considerations

Shilajit's quality and efficacy can be significantly impacted by its storage conditions. As a retailer, it's important to keep Shilajit stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. High heat and moisture can degrade its constituents and lessen its benefits.

Ensure your storage area maintains a consistent temperature and humidity level. The product should be kept sealed until it's sold to prevent contamination. Shilajit is highly absorbent and can pick up foreign substances easily. These storage conditions can be advertised to customers too, emphasising your commitment to preserving the product's quality.

Sourcing and Authenticity

Sourcing pure, authentic Shilajit is a critical concern. Shilajit's quality can vary based on its geographical origin and the extraction process. It is primarily found in the high-altitude regions of the Himalayas, Altai Mountains, and Caucasus mountains. Retailers should look for suppliers who can provide lab-tested, high-quality Shilajit, to ensure their customers receive the best possible product.

Understanding Your Customer

The typical Shilajit customer is likely to be health-conscious and well-informed about natural supplements. They may be seeking Shilajit for its potential benefits for vitality, brain function, or anti-aging properties. It's crucial to understand these motivations and cater to them in your marketing and sales strategies.

Many customers will appreciate detailed information about Shilajit's origin, extraction process, and mineral content. Offering this information transparently can build trust and encourage sales. Customers will also likely value organic, sustainable products, so consider this when sourcing your Shilajit.

Regulatory Considerations

Shilajit is classed as a food supplement in the UK, so it's important to be aware of the specific regulations and guidelines governing its sale. These include specific labelling requirements and the prohibition of making unproven health claims. Ensure that you're familiar with the latest regulations from the Food Standards Agency and that your Shilajit products are compliant.

Competitive Pricing Strategy

It's essential to develop a competitive pricing strategy for Shilajit. Conduct market research to understand the standard pricing range for Shilajit of various grades. While you should strive to offer competitive prices, it's also crucial not to compromise on the quality of Shilajit you stock. Your pricing strategy should strike a balance between attractiveness to customers and profitability.

Educating Staff

Your sales team should be knowledgeable about Shilajit and its benefits. Invest in training your staff about the product's origin, benefits, uses, and potential side effects. This will enable them to answer customer queries accurately and confidently.

Building Partnerships

Consider building partnerships with health and wellness experts, gyms, or yoga centres. They can endorse your products or offer them directly to their clientele, which can significantly increase your Shilajit sales.

Providing Diverse Formats

Shilajit comes in various forms, including resin, powder, and capsules. Each of these has its own set of advantages and use-cases. Offering diverse formats will cater to a broader range of customer preferences and usage needs.

Customer Experience

Finally, always remember that customer experience is paramount. Ensuring a smooth purchasing process, providing excellent customer service, and dealing effectively with any issues that arise can earn you loyal customers and positive reviews, contributing significantly to your business's success.

By carefully considering these factors, you can position yourself as a reliable retailer of Shilajit in the UK market. With detailed attention to storage, sourcing, customer understanding, pricing, staff training, partnerships, product variety, and customer experience, you can successfully navigate the retail landscape of Shilajit.

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You know that feeling when you finish a disposable vape and toss it, wondering where it'll end up? Those days are fading fast as the vape industry takes big steps towards sustainability.

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