The secret that has been kept for a long time by special Russian forces. The secret substance used by Russian athletes and sportsmen. Black anabolic which cannot be detected. Miraculous cure for cancer. It speeds up fracture healing and regenerates cells. Elixir of youth. The strongest biostimulator in the world. The magical adaptogen. Mighty supplement used by Russian doctors to miraculously heal their patients. It’s found only in secret locations in the Altai Mountains that are known only by families of “collectors”. That’s how many describe Moomiyo.
Most of these are just urban legends, but don’t let them stop you from enjoying benefits of this amazing substance, cause there is some truth in every legend.
Let’s take it from the top – what is Moomiyo? It’s a naturally occurring tar-like substance which comes from gaps between rocks and caves in Tibet, Altai Mountains and Middle Asia in high-altitude areas. Some people say that it only appears on Altai Mountains, which is simply not true. In fact, Moomiyo is commonly found on many mountains from Russia to Tibet. Moomiyo is black or brown in color, strong in smell and tastes like a mixture of pitch, blacktop and oil. It’s somewhat bitter, so some people have a problem getting used to consuming it. Personally, I am OK with the taste, considering the wide range of benefits it provides.
In its natural form, Moomiyo is solid until it reaches a temperature of 86 Fahrenheit when it changes to more tar-like consistency. Raw Moomiyo is filtered until it becomes pure and then it’s packed in boxes, pills or added to many supplements like balsams, tinctures and so on. It is solvable in water and many like to mix it with honey to improve the taste and combine it with another natural substance in order to boost the immune system.
Moomiyo contains a mosaic of organic and inorganic substances which became tar-like in structure through years of polymerization, mixing and sedimentation. It contains between 20 and 70 micro-elements, many organic substances, vitamins in trace and six amino acids. The origin of Moomiyo is still not entirely clear, even though research has shown that the process is similar to fossilization. As a matter of fact, Moomiyo mainly contains a mixture of animal, plant and mineral substances; although there are cases when it only contains plant or animal or mineral substances. Some even claim that Moomiyo is a byproduct of wild bees (even though they are pretty rare in high-altitude areas), or a product of bats poop, which are also rarely found in these areas.