Shilajit, also called “Mountain pitch” and “Queen of Herbs”, is the result of a long process of breaking down plant matter and minerals. It is a sticky, black, tar-like substance that comes from rocks in high mountain ranges.
It contains the minerals necessary to maintain a vital balance in the body. The minerals in the composition of Shiladjit are not similar to the minerals in the bio-additives on the market. These are minerals in the ionic form, which were previously absorbed by the plant from the earth and air, and then returned to the earth. Thus, they are easily and completely absorbed by all cells of the body.
For medical purposes Shilajit is cleaned of impurities in compliance with all hygienic standards. The structure of the “mineral pitch” includes 28 chemical elements, micro- and macroelements, metal oxides, amino acids, tar-like substances and essential oils.
In Ayurveda Shilajit is considered one of the main means of Rasayana – rejuvenation of the body and giving it strength.
? Immunomodulator, accelerates metabolism
? Cleans the blood, lowers blood sugar
? Improves pancreas
? Improves nutrient absorption
? Improves the absorption and nutrition of tissues and bones by minerals, especially calcium and fluorine
? Stimulates tissue regeneration
? Accelerates healing and healing processes
? Removes toxins from the body
? Lowers cholesterol
? Cleans the liver
? Helps fight allergies
? Relieves allergic symptoms
? Stimulates blood formation
? Rejuvenates the digestive organs
? Improves sexual potency and reproductive function in men
? Improves memory and slows the aging process of the brain
Method of application: 1-2 capsules twice a day, preferably with milk. It is recommended to take shilajit for prophylactic purposes in courses of 30?40 days.
If necessary, long-term use of the drug* (for serious diseases, with maintenance therapy) to avoid addiction, you should adhere to the following rule: take Shilajit for two weeks on the growing Moon, then take a break for two weeks. In the next lunar cycle again apply on the growing moon and so on. It is recommended to take the appointment and under the supervision of a specialist.
Contraindications: individual intolerance, pregnancy, breastfeeding, urolithiasis.
Prevention: Shilajit may lower blood pressure, which can be dangerous for people on high blood pressure medications. People with an active heart disease or with a history of hypotension should avoid taking shilajit to prevent a drop in blood pressure.
* All Ayurvedic products presented on the website are not drugs, but are dietary supplements. Before use, consult an Ayurvedic specialist. The effectiveness of supplements on the body may be different, depending on the individual characteristics of the organism, compliance with the necessary diet, rest regimen, physical and mental stress.