Pure Shilajit Purity Test & Types of Shilajit.

Grades of Shilajit

Shilajit comes from millions of years of geothermal pressure acting on biomasses of plant materials and minerals. This natural process produces a tar-like pitch that glistens in the rocks in the Himalayan region during hot weather. The rocks in various locations are different colors and determine the grade. When the exudate is purified to remove it from the rock, the resulting resin is black or blackish making it impossible to distinguish the grade. So not only are there fake products, there are also many claims of lower quality shilajit being top grade. The grades have varying levels of value and are referred to by the colors of the rocks from which it emerges:

Type of shialjit rocks.

  • Red and gold rock, (highest grade) - Gold Grade primarily used in Rasayana Ayurveda name for (rejuvenation) therapy.

  • Black rock (mainly found in Nepal and Bhutan) - Iron Grade primarily used for imbalances of the Meda Dhatu (fat or adipose tissue system)

  • Grey rock - Silver Grade primarily used for imbalances of the Maja Dhatu (Bone marrow/nervous system)

  • Brown rock - Copper Grade primarily used for imbalances of the liver

  • 5th grade, a useless substance made from animal feces (this is the most prevalent form of resin being sold)

The gold grade offers the most therapeutic value and is used when Rasayana (rejuvenation) is called for. It is the only version that holds the legendary properties sought by Ayurveda practitioners when helping their patients attain general health and well-being. No one knows why the gold grade is the most potent, but the fact has been proven through trial and experience over thousands of years.Thats how we provide gold grade shilajit by Pure Blazze


The most effective Shilajit comes from the highest reaches of the Himalayas, 16,000 – 18,000 feet above sea level. It is in these remote and treacherous regions where local people have partnered with Pure Blazze Luxury Ayurveda to source and purify Authentic Shilajit. They use the traditional Tibetan method of purification, which produces 100% ultra-pure resin, using only natural spring water and the sun. The indigenous people who collect and purify Authentic Shilajit have been doing so for centuries (no exaggeration). They fully understand the different grades and live in the region where the highest quality with the most powerful rayasana ("rejuvenation") properties is produced. Our resin is the only available source in the INDIA & SOUTH AFRICA for top grade Gold Shilajit. In fact, residents of India who live outside of the areas where it is collected, regularly contact us because, being well-versed in Ayurveda, they understand and value this rare top quality substance. Check out our blog for pictures and stories of our journey and some of the Himalayan people who make it possible to bring the most powerful Shilajit.


Unfortunately, the supplement "industry" is rife with deception. Often times the brands selling are unaware that they have been duped by wholesalers. We at Pure Blazze want so badly to help people achieve better health and wellness. But how can you trust us when buying our pure shilajit over any of the other abundant claims? We offer this information about how to test pure Shilajit in hopes that you will use it to discover that our product is real and top grade. It possesses the properties written about thousands of years ago in the ancient Sanskrit Ayurveda texts. Please comment below and engage in discussions on our Authentic Shilajit Facebook page for how to check Shilajit of purity so you can gain confidence that Pure Blazze Gold Grade Shilajit is…well…authentic.

Easy Ways to Test the Purity of Shilajit

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. Forms 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.

Ozokerite is a substance that looks like Shilajit, but has no medicinal properties. Since it is easy and inexpensive to acquire, some supplement companies use it as a counterfeit product or buy from wholesalers who claim it to be Shilajit.

Heavy Metals In Shilajit – A Horrendous Truth


All shilajit is not free of heavy metals including lead, the same is for any organic products like tea, veggies, and fruits they all have a tiny amount of heavy metals, even water has it. All shilajit have the different amount of heavy metals, and particularly this one is very safe that means it is about the same as a cup of herbal tea 🤷‍♀️ ☕️

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Shilajit is rich with trace metals and minerals. 😋 It has a full load of trace elements, including the metals.

All metals, except Mercury, naturally exist in our body. 🧐Industrial pollution is the most common way that food contamination occurs. The excessive quantities of heavy metals can be toxic and may disrupt cell function, leading to cancer or other serious diseases.

Many foods contain heavy metals… Have you ever avoided buying chocolate because it might contain lead, or shrimp because it might contain arsenic?

❇️ Types Of Heavy Metals In Shilajit

❕Trace metals are not the same as metallic ore or industrial metals. Trace means a small, but measurable amount of element, which is likely less than 0.1% or 1000ppm (parts per million).

❕We also call it organic metals because it is formed in plant cells and tissues as a necessary part of their nutrition and physiology. Organic metals are always covalently bonded with carbon, while most inorganic metals occur in their pure, metallic form, or in compounds, where they are bonded to other non-carbon elements.

The EPA regulations are based on inorganic metals. The toxicity of the atom depends on how it disrupts the complex sequence of metabolic reactions in the body. However, when the metal atom is already bonded to other functional groups, in fact with carbon, it cannot react in the same way. For that reason, most organic metal compounds are far from being as toxic as the pure metal and consequently, may leave the body with the urine and feces.

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