Origin of the Mountains Himalayan Mountains

  • Helps the natural production of testosterone
  • Supports mental and cognitive function
  • Muscle recovery and good bone and joint health
  • Improves the immune system, also anti-inflammatory and analgesic
  • Reduces allergies and respiratory problems, reduces stress and relieves digestive disorders.

Shilajit extract (Asphaltum punjabianu)
(standardised to 50 % fulvic acid and 12 % humic acid) vegetarian capsule shell (hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose)

CAPSULE: Take one capsule a day with a large glass of water. Preferably in the morning.

RESIN: Take 500 mg a day in a glass of warm water for better dissolution.

100% Natural

Superior quality

Vegetarian capsule

Origin of the Himalayan mountains

A gift of nature with many benefits



Shilajit is neither a mineral nor a vegetable... It's a bit of both! It's the result of a combination of plant matter and rocks that have been blended and agglomerated. As a result, it's bursting with minerals and can provide just as many benefits.


Its composition and biological activity can vary according to geography and environmental factors.

That's why it's important to know the origin and composition of shilajit. 

Our shilajit comes exclusively from the Himalayas and is harvested at high altitudes.

The main constituents of shilajit include fulvic acid, dibenzo-α-pyrones (DBP, also known as urolithins), DBP chromoproteins (DCP), humic acid, and more trace elements, the first three being considered the main active ingredients. Shilajit is renowned for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and has long been used in traditional medicine, covering a wide range of illnesses. In Ayurvedic medicine, shilajit is classified as a rasayana, meaning that it improves vitality and longevity. Although human research on shilajit is currently limited, it remains a promising subject for study.


Research suggests that shilajit may act as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and adaptogen, as well as having anti-ulcer, anabolic, anti-diabetic and immune system modulating properties.

Initial research in humans has highlighted the positive effects of shilajit on various health parameters. For example, a placebo-controlled study carried out on 96 men aged between 45 and 55 showed that administration of shilajit significantly increased blood levels of testosterone. It is thought that shilajit may support male fertility by increasing testosterone levels and improving sperm count and quality. It may also help maintain the integrity of various body tissues, such as muscle, connective tissue and skin, by promoting the production of extracellular matrix proteins such as collagen, and by stimulating tissue blood flow. In addition, shilajit appears to have a positive influence on bone health by increasing bone mineral density and reducing markers of bone remodelling. It is also associated with an improvement in antioxidant status and a reduction in a biomarker of systemic inflammation (hsCRP).

In conclusion, shilajit naturally increases testosterone production. It can increase strength, male fertility and endurance. It can support mental and cognitive health, as well as liver and heart health. Improved muscle recovery and bone and joint health. It can improve the immune system, as well as being anti-inflammatory. It can reduce allergies and respiratory problems. Helps dissolve calcium crystals that deposit on our tissues.


Fulvic acid and humic acid stand out as powerful antioxidants, helping to improve the body's antioxidant capacity while reducing oxidative stress. These effects could explain many of the benefits observed with shilajit. For example, studies have shown that shilajit increases levels of antioxidant enzymes in the blood, such as superoxide dismutase, glutathione peroxidase and catalase. It also raises levels of endogenous antioxidants such as glutathione, vitamin C and vitamin E, while reducing levels of malondialdehyde.

Shilajit also appears to support tissue integrity, acting in part by inducing the expression of genes involved in the production of extracellular matrix proteins, notably collagen, elastin and fibronectin, as well as in blood vessel formation. These mechanisms underline the beneficial role of shilajit in preserving tissue health and promoting a balanced antioxidant response in the body. Explore these exciting findings on our website to better understand the benefits of shilajit for your overall well-being.


Although shilajit appears to be generally safe, with no evidence of toxicity based on available data from human and animal studies, it is crucial to stress that it is not advisable to use shilajit that has not been properly processed or purified. Such a product could potentially contain mycotoxins, heavy metals and other compounds harmful to health. The quality and purification of shilajit are therefore crucial aspects to consider when using it.

Of course, at "DIX" the shilajit has been treated, purified and controlled to ensure a high quality without heavy metals or contamination.

The results of the laboratory tests are available to you.


Over the years, the moss, the flowers and all the organic matter that was imprisoned by the stone gradually fused with it to finally give us this exceptional product! This allows Shilajit to contain a large number of minerals and trace elements, as well as humic acid and fulvic acid.


On our site, you will find a safe source of shilajit, which has been processed, analysed and purified to provide you with a shilajit of the highest quality containing 50% of fulvic acid and 12% of humic acid.


Studies : PMC6364418; PMC4948208; PMID: 20078516; PMC4883068; Corpus ID: 98753312;  PMID: 2953069; PMID: 22128261; 

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