Traditional Ayurvedic Rejuvenation
Taken alone, Shilajit will strengthen your immune system, fortify cells and muscles, and can be used as an anti-oxidant, an anti-stressor, an anti-allergen, and can help breathing difficulties.
It contains at least 85 minerals in Ionic form, as well as humic and fulvic acids. We expect that it also contains a significant amount of ormus (monatomic minerals).
Remarkable Substance with a Long History of Use
Shilajit is composed of humus and organic plant material that has been compressed by layers of rock and mixed with microbial metabolites. This humus and organic plant matter then oozes from the rocks of the Himalayas as they become warm in the summer months. It is said to carry the rejuvenating power of the great mountains from where it is sourced.
Shilajit is an important herb of the ancient Hindu material medica and is currently used extensively by the Hindu physicians for a variety of diseases. Traditional uses primarily focus on blood sugar issues and diseases of the urinary tract, but also include swelling, tumors, wasting, seizures and even insanity.
Modern indications extend to all system of the human body with a significant number of additions in the reproductive and nervous system.
Some of the most interesting studies confirm shilajit's uses as an anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) agent and its nootropic (enhancer of cognitive ability and memory retrieval) activity.
Shilajit mixes very well with Ashwagandha for seminal debility.
Shilajit is a Sanskrit word meaning "conqueror of mountains and destroyer of weakness." It's considered the king herb of Ayurveda, a rasayana (rejuvenative) herb and an adaptogen.