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9 Shilajit Benefits
That will Quickly Impact Your Life
The benefits of shilajit far outweigh any of the potential side
effects and/or cost. No matter what you are using if for, these 9 shilajit benefits will start to show up in your life from
the day you take your first dose.
Boosts the Immune System Boosts the Immune System As a naturally occurring plant and geologically based substance,
shilajit has a high concentration of rare humic acids. These rare humic acids have a broad spectrum antiviral potential. The
humic acid can bind to virus cells in the body and neutralize them. Viruses have a greater affinity to humic acid than they
do to your own cells, this means that it can also displace viruses that have already attached themselves in you. Many cultures
consume shilajeet on a daily basis for this one single benefit alone.
2: Shilajit Detoxifies the Body Detoxifies the Body Pure shilajit contains high
amounts of fulvic acid which is a powerful antioxidant. It can act as a donor or acceptor which makes free radicals non reactive
and stops them from causing damage inside your body.
Shilajit Balances the Hormones Balances Hormones Unstable hormones contribute to many health and mood related problems.
Shilajit is commonly used for anxiety, depression, and stress. Lab testing has demonstrated it's ability to increase levels
of positive neurochemicals like dopamine.
Shilajit Improves Brain Function Improves Brain Function In the lab, shilajit has shown powerful procognitive activity.
Research indicates that its nutraceutical properties benefit those with the onset of Alzheimer's disease*. Research also shows
that is has nootropic activity which helps boost memory, learning, and reduce anxiety by increasing receptor capacity.
5: Shilajit Increases Health and Energy Increases Overall Health
and Energy Are you low on energy or generally fatigued? With over 80 minerals, fulvic acid, and other beneficial organic
compounds, pure shilajit is one of the most nutrient dense health supplements on the planet! In addition to the beneficial
vitamins and nutrients, also increases cell wall permeability... which increases your body's ability to absorb nutrients
from other sources like food and naturally stimulate cellular energy production.
6: Shilajit Improves Sexual Health Sexual Health Studies in men with
impaired fertility have shown that regular usage of pure shilajit for ninety days improved sperm count, motility, and reduced
oxidative stress in the reproductive system. Additional evidence exists that supports increases in sex drive health for both
men and women, as well as the reduction or reversal of sexual dysfunctions*.
7: Shilajit Helps Diabetes and Blood Sugar Blood Sugar / Diabetes The health benefits
between shilajit and diabetes* has been studied several times. In one study, it produced significant reductions in blood glucose
levels and improved lipid profiles. Results were seen in only two weeks. If you're looking to avoid the use of potentially
dangerous pharmaceuticals shilajit may be just the supplement you need to help maintain blood glucose levels naturally.
8: Shilajit Improves Recovery after Exercise Exercise Recovery/
Enhancement Shilajit is packed full of electrolytes that help your body maintain its electrochemical balance. With antioxidants,
phytochemicals, amino acids, enzymes, nutrients, and free radical scavengers, it becomes a powerful post exercise recovery
supplement. It has everything your body needs to nurture muscles and reverse the damaging effects of prolonged exercise.
9: Shilajit is Anti-Aging and Anti-Inflammatory Anti Aging
/ Anti Inflamatory If you've got rheumatism arthritis*, shilajt has demonstrated potent anti-inflammatory properties.
The substance has also been shown to combat geriatric fatigue, oxidative stress related to aging, age related cognitive decline,
general inflammation, and many other degenerative conditions!
Countless Minerals in Our Product As you can see, there are so many benefits to using our product.
Shilajit benefits vary from person to person, so trying it is the best way to note the impact on your life. Our amazing product
is full countless minerals and substances that will have a big impact on your health. These include (but aren't limited to):
Lignins Polyphenols Sterols Amino Acid Eldagic
Acid Fulvic Acid Polysaccharides Triterpenes Dibenzo a pyrones Specific Shilajit Benefits for Men While mentioned above, we feel we should emphasize the benefits specifically for men. Shilajit has been specifically by
men for thousands of years. It has the unique ability to improve sexual performance, boost testosterone levels, and increase
fertility. For example, for many men taking this product, sperm counts are increased by up to 60%. It also boosts the production
of energy in the body, which aids sexual performance. Additionally, it has been used to boost testosterone levels, which is
helpful for balancing mood and keeping fat off the body.
Enjoying Shilajit Benefits Today This incredible substance has improved the health of thousands of people over the years.
Because the possible side-effects are almost non-existent, taking the step to see the shilajit benefits in your own life is
not a difficult decision to make. Over the years, this product has been used for more ailments and maladies than we can possible
mention, including easing the pain from arthritis, treating gastritis and other stomach conditions, cleaning the body, improving
mood and helping treat depression, energizing the muscles after exercise, protecting the immune system, and much more. If
you have any questions about this truly special substance, feel free to contact us to learn how you can start enjoying shilajit
benefits for yourself.
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Shilajit: Conqueror of Mountains
& Destroyer of Weakness By: Jamie Munson
The fascinating herbal matter known as shilajit has profound effects
on the physical body and mind including the capability of life expansion. This thick, blackish-brown, sticky substance is
made from plants and organic matter that have been trapped by many layers of rocks over millions of years in the areas surrounding
India, China, Tibet, Nepal, Pakistan, Central Asia and Scandinavia. The extreme variations of hot and cold weather combined
with the massive pressure from the weight of the mountains creates the mineral rich matter to flow out of the rocks. [1, 2]
In some areas, foot-long scorpions will sting the rocks and the poison that is dispersed causes the shilajit to flow out of
the rocks.  There are four different types of Shilajit: Copper (Tamra) that is blue in color, Silver (Rajat) which is
white in color, Gold (Sauvarna) that is red in color, and Iron (Lauha) which is blackish brown in color and is the kind that
is used for healing. 
Shilajit was first discovered by Himalayan villagers. They would observe large white
monkeys gather and journey to the mountain tops each summer. The monkeys were frequently seen eating a soft, black substance
that the villagers eventually realized came from the Himalaya Mountains. The villagers then started consuming this organic
matter. It didn't take long for them to realize its' amazing healing powers of both physical and mental health, as well as
increased muscle and bone strength and the potential of increased longevity. 
Researchers have found plant
organisms in shilajit from multiple species including: Trifolium repens, Euphorbia royleana, Pellia, Minium, Barbula, Stephenrencella-Anthoceros,
Fissidens, Asterella, Plagiochasma, Thuidium, Marchantia and Dumortiera.  Shilajit has been found in the Tibet, Altai and
Caucasus Mountains, as well as the Gilgit Baltistan region of northern Pakistan, but it is found most commonly in the Himalaya
Mountains. There are many different names for this tar-like mass which are: silajit, salajeet, shilajeet, mumijo, momia,
moomiyo, shargai, black asphaltum, asphaltum punjabianum (Latin), mineral pitch or mineral wax (English), dorobi, barahshin,
brag-shun or baraga shun, chao-tong, and wu ling zhi. 
Shilajit contains over 85 natural ionic minerals
as well as fulvic acid, humic acid and imperative phytonutrients. According to Chakrapani Ayurveda Clinic & Research
Center in India, the chemical configuration of fulvic acid is: "100% natural organic water extraction from 75 million
year old earthly deposit and contains approximately 74 essential complexed and dissolved minerals and trace elements. It contains
42% fulvic acid solids."  Andy Kahn writes in his report titled "What is Shilajit?" saying, "The fulvic
acid in shilajit is in its most natural and pure form. Fulvic acid is required to dilate the cell walls and transport the
minerals deep into the cells." What he means by dilation of the cell walls is that fulvic acid increases intracellular
mineral concentrations via facilitated transport. If we can't absorb the vitamins and minerals that enter our body, our tissues
become deficient and we lack energy, both physical and mental. These deficiencies may speed up the aging process also known
as senescence. Fulvic acid allows the 85+ minerals from shilajit to enter into the cells of the body rapidly and can "effectively
prolong cell life and keep it healthy for a very long time." 
The main chemical components of shilajit
are: humic acid, fulvic acid, benzoic acid, benzoates and high concentration of vitamin A, B, C esters. It is made up of
60-80% organic matter, 20-40% mineral matter and 5% of trace elements.  Shilajit consists of mainly humic substances which
are the end results of deterioration from plant and organic matter. These microorganisms are split up into three subcategories:
humins, humic acid, and fulvic acids based upon their solubility in water and pH levels. Fulvic acid is soluble in water
under different pH conditions. Humic acid is soluble in water under alkaline conditions. Humins are not soluble in water
under any pH condition. Fulvic acid has a very low molecular weight and higher oxygen content than other humic acids which
enables it to be absorbed really well into the intestinal tract and eliminated from the body within hours. It increases permeability
of bio-membranes, which makes it possible for better absorption or assimilation of other active components by sensitizing
the cell membranes. It also carries antioxidants, anti-inflammatory properties, memory enhancers, and anti-aggregation of
tau proteins which help with Alzheimer's disease. Here are some other molecules found in shilajit: dibenzo-alpha-pyrones,
amino acids, sterols, eldagic acid, albumins, aromatic carboxylic acids, some fatty acids, gums, triterpenes, benzocoumarins,
latex, polyphenols, resins, phenolic lipids and specific species of polysaccharides and lignins. The variation in molecular
components is generally determined by the region from which the shilajit is obtained and the source of origin is still under
controversy. [11, 12] Uses Around the World
Shilajit is one of the most impeccable tonifying and rejuvenating herbal remedies that exist, which is why it is referred
to as the conqueror of mountains and destroyer of weakness. It states in the Charaka Samhita, "There is no curable disease
in the universe which is not effectively cured by silajatu when administered at the appropriate time, in combination with
suitable drugs and by adopting the prescribed method. When administered to a healthy person, with similar conditions it produces
immense energy." 
The Yoga of Herbs by Dr. David Frawley and Dr. Vasant Lad says, "Shilajit
possesses great curative powers and is considered capable of treating many diseases, particularly those of the aging process."
The indications for shilajit in this book are: parasites, diabetes, skin diseases, obesity, insanity, jaundice, epilepsy,
gall stones, asthma, dysuria, menstrual disorders, cystitis, sexual debility, edema, hemorrhoids, and kidney stones. They
also list a precaution of not using shilajit for febrile diseases which are conditions characterized by fever. 
The Way of Ayurvedic Herbs by Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa and Michael Tierra state that shilajit is unique in being
a strong detoxifier yet an incredible builder of muscle and tissues. They also say that this treasure of healing is the best
for tonifying the kidneys and urinary system. Its remarkable effects even go so far as to dissolve gallstones and kidney
Shilajit ingestion is recommended during rejuvenation therapy which is described by Lord Punarvasu
Atreya in the Charaka Samhita as "...ambrosia and is beneficial to the gods, the sons of Aditi. It has unimaginable and
wonderful (beneficial) effects. It promotes life, maintains positive health, preserves youth and cures morbid sleep, drowsiness,
physical as well as mental fatigue, laziness and weakness. It maintains proper balance among vata, kapha and pitta; it produces
stability, cures slothness of the muscles, stimulates the enzymes responsible for digestion and metabolism and brings about
excellence in luster, complexion as well as voice. By the administration of this therapy, the great sages like Cyavan etc.
regained their youth and were liked most by women. Their muscles became compact, even and well proportioned. Their bodies
became compact and stable. They were endowed with excellence of strength, complexion and senses. They were persons of unchallengeable
prowess everywhere. They developed powers of resistence to hardships." 
Vata, pitta and kapha mentioned
above are known as the three doshas in Ayurveda. Dr. Halpern states in his book, Principles of Ayurvedic Medicine, "The
physiology of the human being is governed by three main forces, which are commonly known as the three doshas." Dosha
literally means to cause harm, which is what happens in the body when they are not functioning correctly. When they are in
balance, they keep the body healthy and all the systems working smoothly. The doshas reflect the three basic functions of
all existence which include: the force behind all physical creation with kapha, the force that has a difficult time maintaining
creation with pitta, and the force that basically destroys creation with vata. "Kapha energy creates only by building
new tissues. Pitta maintains by regulating metabolism and vata destroys through the wear and tear of action and activity."
 Each individual has their own make up of all three doshas which is what makes everyone unique. This is referred to as
their constitution. Ayurvedic practitioners look at the individual's constitution to determine how best to treat any imbalance
they may be experiencing.
Charaka Samhita states that shilajit should be taken in a hot decoction along with
other herbs that alleviate vata, which include qualities of heavy, moist, dense, and heating. Charaka Samhita goes on to
say that shilajit mixed with iron and taken with milk is an elixir for long life and happiness. It promotes wealth, memory,
and intellect while producing sturdiness of the body and preventing diseases and the ageing process.  Ayurvedic Classification
The energetic qualities of herbs are classified into three groups known
as rasa, virya and vipaka. Rasa is the taste you experience and your first initial reaction to the substance. There are six
tastes in Ayurveda: sweet, sour, salty, pungent, astringent, and bitter. These six tastes can either increase or decrease
the doshas which will have a positive or negative effect on the body. Dr. Halpern states in his book Principles of Ayurvedic
Medicine, "When a person consumes the proper amount of each taste, the body responds with the production of healthy tissues
and normal physiology. When too much or too little of a specific taste is taken, the body responds with faulty function.
The result is disease." Virya means potency and refers to the heating or cooling effect the substance will have on
the body. If it has a warm virya, it will pacify vata and kapha while increasing agni. If it has a cool virya, it will pacify
pitta while decreasing agni. Our digestion is created by a force in our body that is referred to as agni. The tastes that
have a warm virya are pungent, sour and salty. Cooling virya tastes include sweet, bitter and astringent. Vipaka is the
long term, post-digestive effect the substance has on the body after it is digested. The three vipakas are sweet, sour and
pungent but should not be confused with the rasa qualities because they have different effects on the body. Dr. Halpern goes
on to describe the three vipakas with their long term effects as, "Substances with a sweet vipaka nourish the body.
They are most often alkaline substances that increase saliva. They also aid elimination. Substances with a sweet vipaka
tend to increase kapha dosha and pacify vata and pitta doshas. Substances with a sour vipaka increase the acidity of the
body, improve the function of the digestive enzymes and generally aid digestion. They are also somewhat nourishing and generally
increase the tissues of the body. They also improve elimination. Substances with a sour vipaka increase the pitta and kapha
doshas and pacify the vata dosha. Substances with a pungent vipaka are purifying and reduce the dhatus of the body. They
tend to constrict the tissues of the body and dry them out. In the colon, they are likely to increase gas. Substances with
a pungent vipaka increase the vata and pitta doshas while pacifying the kapha dosha."  When Dr. Halpern mentions
that a substance will increase a dosha, this means it will vitiate the dosha or cause an imbalance in the body if used over
a period of time.
According to The Yoga of Herbs, the rasa of shilajit is astringent, pungent, and bitter.
The astringent taste has a cool virya and a pungent vipaka and its most prevalent qualities are dry and cool. This taste
will pacify pitta and kapha dosha while vitiating vata dosha. The pungent taste has a warm virya and a pungent vipaka and
its major qualities are hot, dry, mobile, and light. This taste will pacify kapha while vitiating pitta and vata. The bitter
taste has a cool virya and a pungent vipaka and its main qualities are light, dry, cool, and mobile. This taste will pacify
pitta and kapha while greatly vitiating vata. The virya of shilajit is warm and its vipaka is pungent. The warming effect
vitiates pitta but it is a wonderful substance to use with vata and kapha doshas. [20, 21]
One of the oldest
classical Ayurvedic text books titled Charaka Samhita describes shilajit as cooling, bitter and saline; and pungent in vipaka
from the stone that contains iron. It also states that shilajit has the smell of cow's urine.  Review of the Research
An article written by
Cathy Wong, ND Alternative Medicine Expert says "Shilajit is touted as a natural remedy for the following health problems:
anemia, asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes, digestive disorders, eczema, high cholesterol, osteoarthritis,
and ulcerative colitis." It also protects against osteoporosis by strengthening bones, alleviates anxiety, protects against
stress, and may be very useful in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. 
The Indian Materia Medica states
that shilajit is a laxative, antiperiodic, febrifuge, and a bitter stomachic tonic. It is used with neem-bark and black-pepper
as an antiperiodic to people suffering with fevers in the form of an infusion.  An antiperiodic is "a drug that prevents
the regular recurrence of symptoms," and febrifuge is a medicine used to reduce fever which is also known as an antipyretic.
An abstract from Pubmed states that "The safety of shilajit is well documented based on
animal and human studies. Various research studies indicate that shilajit exhibits antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, adaptogenic,
immunomodulatory, and anti-dyslipidemic properties. Animal and human studies indicate that shilajit enhances spermatogenesis.
Furthermore, animal and human data support its use as a ‘revitalizer', enhancing physical performance and relieving
fatigue with enhanced production of adenosine triphosphate which is the body's energy source. Key constituents in shilajit
responsible for these effects appear to be dibenzo-a-pyrones and fulvic acid and their derivatives." 
A study on the effects of shilajit as an anti-microbial, anti-oxidant and anti-ulcerogenic on gastric ulcers in rats comes
to the conclusion of having strong anti-microbial actions against: Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus
subtillis, Escherichia coli, and Candida albicans. The article continues to say "The presence of polyphenols compounds
such as fulvic acids, triterpenoids and benzoic acid in shilajit samples have antioxidant activity, cellular repairing and
regeneration, played very important role in decrease acid pepsin secretion, cell shedding, gastric ulcer index, tendency to
increase mucin secretion and carbohydrate/protein ratio which have very important role as anti-oxidant effect and anti-inflammatory."
This was in regards to morphological and histological findings of the stomach. It is also listed in this section that anti-anxiety
and anti-stress effects of shilajit, assists in the healing of gastric ulcer, as well as the anti-inflammatory action in helping
wound healing occur more rapidly. The conclusion of this study states that shilajit has antiulcer, antioxidant, hypolipidenic,
regenerative and repairing effects on ulcer induced rats. The antiulcer effect may be due to the combination of actions including:
anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, anti-anxiety, anti-stress, healing and regenerative effects. Further investigations
of the total and complete action of shilajit are required before all actions can be affirmed. 
was a component in another study for its effects on behavioral symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) by regulating the
hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and mitochondrial bioenergetics in rats. The main ingredients of shilajit used were dibenzo-a-pyrones
and fulvic acid. The rats were forced to swim for 15 minutes for 21 consecutive days to bring upon CFS. The rats were given
treatments of shilajit for 21 days prior to being exposed to the swimming exercises. CFS behavior consequences were measured
by immobility and the climbing period. Post-CFS anxiety levels were determined by elevated plus maze (EPM) tests. "Shilajit
reversed the CFS-induced increase in immobility period and decrease in climbing behavior as well as attenuated anxiety in
the EPM test. The results indicate that Shilajit mitigates the effects of CFS in this model possibly through the modulation
of hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis and preservation of mitochondrial function and integrity. The reversal of CFS-induced
behavioral symptoms and mitochondrial bioenergetics by Shilajit indicates mitochondria as a potential target for treatment
of CFS." 
Shilajit was used in a new drug preparation called Mumiyo-Vitas in patients with objective
and subjective symptoms with obstruction to the urinary bladder who had prostate hyperplasia. This study consisted of 38
patients that had stage I-II benign prostate hyperplasia. They were given 0.2 grams of Mimiyo-Vitas one to two times a day
for six months. "Effects were studied of the drug on the urologic symptomatology and quality of life of patients presenting
with ongoing micturitional disturbances, functional state of detrusor vesicae, prostate volume and urethral resistance."
The results showed therapeutic benefits in these patients. 
Processed shilajit was used in a study for
the safety and spermatogenic activity in patients with low sperm count which is highly common with male infertility. 60 men
participated in this evaluation and they all had a sperm count below 20 million. They were given 100 mg capsules of processed
shilajit two times a day after large meals for 90 days. Total luteinising hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), semenogram,
and serum testosterone were all recorded before the treatment and after it was finished. Oxidative stress and the content
of semen and biochemical parameters for safety were observed as well. The results showed that "28 patients who completed
the treatment showed significant (P<0.001) improvement in spermia (+37.6%), total sperm count (+61.4%), motility (12.4-17.4%
after different time intervals), normal sperm count (+18.9%) with concomitant decrease in pus and epithelial cell count compared
with baseline value. Significant decrease of semen MDA content (-18.7%) was observed." MDA was the marker for oxidative
stress. "Serum testosterone (+23.5%; P < 0.001) and FSH (+9.4%; P < 0.5) levels significantly increased."
The study also came to the conclusion that shilajit was safe to use at that dosage. 
Another study was
done on the effects of shilajit as a fertility agent in male and female rats. They were given shilajit orally to seven week
old rats for a total of six weeks. The male rats had significantly higher sperm count numbers in the testes and epididymides.
There was also an increase in the number of seminiferous tubular cell layers in the testes of the treated rats. The effects
of shilajit in the female rats were observed by the ovulation inducing activity. Ovulation was induced in seven out of nine
rats over a five day period. The results showed that shilajit has a positive effect on spermiogenic and ovogenic conditions
in mature rats. 
Shilajit was used in a study on the effects of intracranial pressure, brain edema, and
neurologic outcomes following a traumatic brain injury in rats. They observed how shilajit affected intracranial pressure
(ICP), blood-brain barrier (BBB) permeability, brain edema, and neurologic outcomes after brain trauma. The rats were given
shilajit at one, 24, 48, and 72 hours following the head trauma. Shilajit treated groups showed a significant decrease in
brain water. Intracranial pressure also showed a major decrease at 24, 48, and 72 hours after trauma. There was an improvement
in the rate of neurologic outcomes with shilajit treated groups at four, 24, 48, and 72 hours after trauma. The conclusion
of the study states "The present results indicated that Shilajit may cause in improvement of neurologic outcomes through
decreasing brain edema, disrupting of BBB, and ICP after the TBI" (trauma brain injury). 
study was conducted on 20 patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and their effects of taking shilajit with Anti-Retroviral
Therapy (ART). ART is a successful treatment that reduces both the morbidity and mortality of HIV infection but it is not
accessible in many countries and very expensive. Unfortunately, it is a rarity that HIV will be eliminated, and resistance
to the drug is a total setback while undergoing long term therapy. Shilajit is a rasayana, meaning it helps to build a healthy
immune system which is very imperative with people who are HIV positive. The conclusion of the effects of Shilajit+ART in
patients with HIV show they "responded better to ART both clinically and biochemically. The results show that Shilajatu
decreases the recurrent resistance of HIV to ART and improves the outcome of the therapy." 
was used in a study for its role in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease. "Studies suggest that shilajit and its active
principle fulvic acid, as well as a formula of shilajit with B complex vitamins, emerge as novel nutraceutical with potential
uses against this brain disorder." Nutraceuticals are important in the prevention of this disease, along with a healthy
diet and nutritional supplements.  Recent investigations of a different study show that fulvic acid blocks tau self-aggregation
as well. This opens a lot of doors in the search for preventing Alzheimer's disease. This study also states that shilajit
is "a nutraceutical product of demonstrated benefits for human health." 
There are many benefits
attributed to shilajit based upon: tradition, classical text books of Ayurveda, natural instinct from animals, personal accounts,
and most recently scientific studies. Many of the biochemical processes have been defined; however, the full effects of shilajit
on the human organism requires further investigation. There is hope for a very promising future in the mental and physical
longevity of this organic mineral resin from the Himalaya Mountains.
Shilajit is a dark brown mineral
substance and Ayurvedic powder that has deeply nourishing and energizing effects on the body. It contains triterpenes, over
85 minerals and is high in fulvic acid. Learn more about why we consider it a top superfoodShilajit is an exudate that is
pressed out from layers of rock in sacred Altai Mountains.
It is composed of humus and organic plant material that has been compressed by layers of rock. Humus
is formed when soil microorganisms decompose animal and plant material into elements usable by plants. Plants are the source
of all our food and humus is the source of plant food. Unlike other soil humus, Shilajit humus consists of 60 - 80% organic
What Is Shilajit The Altai
Mountains continue to rise more than 1 Centimeter a year. As the ground continued to be pushed up to become mountains a lot
of the plants became trapped by layers of rock and soil and remained preserved for thousands of years. These plants had never
been exposed to any chemicals, fertilizers or pesticides. They are gradually transformed into Humus, a rich organic mass that
is food for new plant life.