Second: Images aren't lazy loading, leading to your site loading all images at the same time instead of delaying the loading of images not visible until they're needed.
Aside from that, test it in gtmetrics and Google Pagespeed to discover what to do. https://testmystorespeed.com/ is also good.
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This is Jay from Oakleaf Infoway. I went through your website manually and also tested your website speed on the world's most trustable speed engine tools Page speed & G-metrics.
The current speed of your website is 10% on the mobile site and 41% on the desktop site. As that doesn't match any standard quality levels according to google.
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After running your site through our Shopify Analyzer, it looks like there are a few opportunities to speed up your website.
It looks like your site is making a large number of requests. You’ll want to take a deeper dive to see if there are any you can eliminate. If it looks like all of them are correct, then nothing can be done. I’d bet that there are a decent amount that could probably be removed.
Another thing that’s being flagged on your home page is a few images that aren’t being lazy loaded. You’ll want to make sure lazy loading is being implemented correctly.
The biggest area of improvement looks like it can be made by optimizing your images. You likely have some very large ones that could be compressed.