MITOLIFE Panacea is a pure source of shilajit from the Altai mountains in Siberia. Shilajit is a whole food supplement and has been revered in Ayurvedic medicine as a health “panacea” for thousands of years.* It is rich in dibenzo-alpha-pyrones, humic acids, fulvic acids and difficult-to-find trace minerals.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.



Panacea is a pure tablet form of shilajit from the Siberian mountains in Russia. During the summer months, shilajit is naturally secreted from high elevation mountains in the form of a tar.  In comparison to shilajit collected from various places, Altai mountain shilajit is categorized cleaner with lesser impurities.

Shilajit is a composite of thousands of years of high-pressurization of organic matter. Think of plants, organisms, microbial life, trace minerals, vitamins, flavonoids, metabolites, all meshed into one resin that absorbs all of those nutrients from high pressure. 

Because of the immense amount of nutritionally dense matter, shilajit is a complete trace mineral source, containing more than 84 carbon-bonded organic minerals that are easily absorbed by the body.* It is also a rich source of fulvic acid, a compound which increases delivery of the minerals into the cell, enhances the absorption of other compounds taken with it, and chelates and complexes inorganic minerals.

Fulvic acid also helps transport a lot of these minerals directly to where the cell needs them like in mitochondria. Surprisingly, fulvic acid can exchange minerals in a sense, giving up good ones for bad. Such as iron for lead exchange. 

It is a whole food supplement that brings mineral balance to the body in a natural way.

This tablet form is a convenient and easier way to consume shilajit, especially in larger quantities. They can be swallowed whole and go well with a meal or a glass of milk. 

Shilajit’s benefits extend far and wide. Here are some known benefits of using shilajit: 

  • It’s able to improve exercise performance, muscular strength, and tissue oxygenation. 
  • In a clinical trial it’s been shown to increase collagen production. 
  • Shilajit is beginning to be explored in the context of neurodegenerative diseases as a means to combat cognitive decline. 
  • Shilajit is known to improve markers of oxidative damage, and preserve bone mineral density in menopausal women. 
  • Shilajit helps replace microvascular and extracellular tissue. 

These effects are immense and if a single pharmaceutical drug could elicit such wide effects it would quickly become one of the most marketed drugs in the industry. It is a panacea of a substance. 


Outside of the manufacturing industry, the purification of raw shilajit has remained somewhat of a mystery… what actually goes on behind the scenes, is a simple and effective “industry standard” 3 STAGE cold-water purification process.

The purification of raw shilajit can be broken down into the following stages: dissolution of raw shilajit, filtration, and vacuum drying. 

At the FIRST STAGE, the raw shilajit is thoroughly dissolved in pure water; then the insoluble compounds are filtered out- this is the SECOND STAGE. After thorough filtration, the water is evaporated from the liquefied shilajit. In the THIRD STAGE vacuum is applied, this is to avoid heating, which can harm some of the biologically active substances contained in the shilajit. Finally, after water evaporation, a pure raw material that is suitable for consumption is obtained. 


Each tablet is 200 mg. A good starting dose would be two tablets per day taken with a meal.


Shilajit: evalution of its effects on blood chemistry of normal human subjects

Effect of shilajit on blood glucose and lipid profile in alloxan-induced diabetic rats 

Mumijo Traditional Medicine: Fossil Deposits from Antarctica (Chemical Composition and Beneficial Bioactivity)

Glycine- and GABA-mimetic Actions of Shilajit on the Substantia Gelatinosa Neurons of the Trigeminal Subnucleus Caudalis in Mice

Effect of shilajit on the heart of Daphnia: A preliminary study 

Shilajit: A Natural Phytocomplex with Potential Procognitive Activity 

A panacea for high-altitude problems

Evaluation of safety profile of black shilajit after 91 days repeated administration in rats

Safety and efficacy of shilajit

Cardioprotective effect of shilajit on experimentally induced myocardial injury

Ulcer healing activity of Mumijo aqueous extract against acetic acid induced gastric ulcer in rats

Mumijo attenuates chemically induced inflammatory pain in mice

Effect of Withinia Somnifera and Shilajit on Alcohol Addiction in Mice

The Human Skeletal Muscle Transcriptome in Response to Oral Shilajit Supplementation

Protective effect of Mumiju against acetic acid-induced ulcerative colitis in rats

Additional information

Weight .2 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 2 × 2 in