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What is Mumio
Purified of additives Mumio is black color, shiny on surface. Consistency similar to asphalt. Almost immediately dissolves by body heat (on palm). It has an unmistakable bitter taste and a characteristic smell. Dissolves in water easily. Does not dissolve in alcohol. Fine sediment after stirring must be minimal.
From the chemical point of view Mumio is a natural mix of organic and inorganic matters. It consists of 26 microelements, 10 metallic oxides, 6 amino-acids, steroids, phospholipids, range of vitamins, ethereal oils and other biologically active substances.
The word Mumio literally means “protecting body against diseases”, “body preserving”. The term “mum” means growth in the areas where Persian Empire was situated.
Pure Mumio - detailMumio doesn’t have anything in common with mummies (mumia vera aegyptiaca), a substance which is a mixture of powder from mummies conserved with asphalt and resin.
Mumio deposits are located in high mountains of Asia. Local people gather Mumio in caves and rock fissures in hardly accessible terrains at altitudes above 3000 meters. A group sets out for a few weeks’ journey to mountains which results in a few bags of raw Mumio. Gathering of Mumio is usually the only source of income of these people and they keep locations of its deposits in secret. Information about these locations are passed from father to son. Mumio is found on walls and ceilings of caves or in rifts as dropstones or small stalactites which remind tears by its shape (therefore the name Tears of the Mountains).
Types of Mumio
People divide and call Mumio in different ways – most of the time according to the place of occurrence or by color. And so we know:
iron Mumio, also called red or gold (coloration is caused by increased content of iron additives), copper Mumio, also called blue Mumio (coloration is caused by increased content of copper), even lichenaceous Mumio..
And these are not similar names for the same thing. People have the tendency to simplify, call similar things in a similar way and use the commonly used terms. It reminds of a situation when all copying machines were called Xerox. And every businessman will insist that his product is the true Original.
The only criteria for Mumio quality remains its purity (absence of additives) and location of gathering. No organic solvent is used to purify real Mumio, only pure water.
Present time the source of the highest quality Mumio is Kyrgyzstan where the production is subject to government quality and purity control.
Mumio is a strong adaptogen with excellent features. In order to classify a substance as an adaptogen it has to fulfill these conditions:
Although it doesn’t seem so these demands are very tough. As opposed to drugs which have side effects, adaptogens must have beneficial influence on organism without disturbing or damaging it.
There are only very few substances with adaptogenic features and only few of them so strong.
Present time it is possible to buy Mumio in the form of tablets or suppositories introduced into the rectum or vagina. Even though the self-made preparation of solutions and suppositories will take you some time, we recommend it. Then you will always have on mind what raw material you are dealing with. The resulting effect is worth it.
However keep on mind that Mumio alone is not a cure-all for everything.
Mumio even during longterm usage doesn’t trigger toxic or any other side-effects.
Facts & Theory
The scientific research of Mumio started around the year 1950. China, then the United States, the former Soviet Union, Iran and India made the greatest progress. It is interesting that while our ancestors adopted the existence and effects of Mumio as a fact and used its great properties, present-day science is still worried by the same question – “How is Mumio formed?”
There is a huge number of theories, some of them absolutely unbelievable. One relatively new theory is very close to the truth due to its vagueness: Mumio–are organic remains of fauna and flora being mixed with inorganic rock minerals. It is only a theory; however everybody agrees on that deposits have the following common properties: Locations are exposed to intensive solar radiation, situated in altitudes from 3000 to 5000 m and not polluted by human activities.
Neither geological age or type of the rock have any significant effect on Mumio formation. They are only reflected in small differences in the Mumio mineral content.