Shilajit, Food for your Cells from ancient times

Audio explanation About Shilajit

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Fulvic, Folic and Humic acids; Iron; Zinc; Magnesium; Copper; Nickel; Potassium; Manganese; Silicon; Silver; Sodium; Sulfur; Iodine; Strontium; Rubidium; Cesium; Barium; Phosphorus; Chromium; Antimony; Vanadium; Molybdenum; Carotenoids retinol, Terpenoids; B, C, E vitamins; Melanoidin; Benzoic acid; Polyphenol complexes; Dibenzo-alpha pyrones; Phospholipids Triterpenes and Phenolic acids; Albuminoids; Bioflavonoids; Hippuric and Oxalic acid; Tannic acid; Glycosides

Retinol, Vitamin B and Copper are necessary for each step in the healing process. When they are combined with Fulvic Acid, inflammation is reduced and the formation of new tissue is enhanced.

Humins and Humic Acids have antibacterial and antiviral properties. Those acids even replace the standard antibiotics in some animal agriculture. With respect to skin conditions, you may apply it directly to the problem spot to speed up the tissue regeneration.


Cuprum, Nickel, Calcium, Manganese, Silicon and Strontium are not only responsible for making bones and joints stronger, they also help in building resilience against various forms of arthritis and osteoporosis. Magnesium deficiency causes chronic inflammation. Shilajit can supply your body with extra Magnesium to prevent this from happening.

Taking Shilajit together with turmeric and ginger increases their effectiveness against serious forms of arthritis. A method for reducing inflammation directly is to mix Shilajit with your natural solution or cream. Mix Shilajit in a 1:3 proportion and apply it to the problem area.

Shilajit has plenty of non-heme iron, which plays a major role in transporting oxygen in our body. Cobalt is an essential element for making red blood cells. Potassium balances the negative effect of salt intake, and reduces cholesterol. Together with calcium, they regulate the heartbeat. These may be key factors to improving and sustaining healthy blood pressure.

Heme iron mostly absorbed from meat accumulates in the body and brain leading to destruction of myelin which had been found to cause Alzheimer’s disease. Heme iron becomes a dangerous substance, acting as a catalyst for the formation of free radicals. Because of this, research studies have shown that higher amounts of heme iron in the blood mean higher cancer risk.

Once excess heme iron is absorbed by the digestive tract, the body stores it. Most of us accumulate much more iron than we need. Studies have shown that major contributors to iron excess are taking vitamin and mineral supplements that contain heme iron, consumption of red meat, and, to some extent, eating manufactured foods that have had iron added artificially. The heme iron present in these sources is highly absorb-able. The iron in red meat, in particular, is a highly absorb-able form however, non heme iron from plant food sources is a better choice because, while it isn’t absorbed as well as heme iron, it is sufficient to promote adequate iron levels without encouraging iron stores above the recommended range.

Because Shilajit is a fantastic energizer, it was officially used by the USSR military, Olympic, and space teams. It works as a natural recovery solution after a workout and has been used to reduce physical weakness and improve stamina. Iron, copper and nickel help to carry more oxygen in the blood, which produces energy. It is vital for individuals to consume enough non heme iron for proper physical performance.6

Vitamin B12 is another well-known energy booster that is also part of shilajit. Fulvic Acid and B12 both have the ability to deliver oxygen directly to the muscle cells. This may help to reduce the detrimental effects of lactic acid and CO2 build up.

For attention, perception and neuropsychological activity, zinc essential. This element increases the ability to learn.

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Copper, on the other hand, supports neurodevelopment and improves cognitive function. A tiny amount of copper helps form new neurotransmitters that allow neurons talk to each other. Kids and students need those metals in particular, to promote their brain development. Potassium allows more oxygen to reach the brain and in this way it stimulates neural activity.

Finally, the B vitamins are a very popular brain supplement that is also found in shilajit. B vitamins is also improve oxygen delivery, as well as the memory. It is especially beneficial to older adults in the prevention of Alzheimer’s and dementia.

For people who suffer from depression, the zinc level is likely to be low. Shilajit has a lot of natural zinc, which is also required by more than 300 enzymes in our body. We don’t get enough zinc in a modern diet, and our bodies are not able to store much of it either. Hence, we need a small, but regular supply of this metal to stay healthy.

Two additional important elements are magnesium and potassium. Together with zinc, this may be a great solution to relieve stress and anxiety.

Calcium, magnesium, and zinc reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. The major role of magnesium is to control the blood glucose levels. A recent study found that 25 percent or more of diabetic patients were deficient in magnesium. The role of zinc has not been directly identified, however, a study from Harvard Health looked at how zinc levels influence diabetes risk for women. They found that a higher zinc level was associated with a slightly reduced risk of type 2 diabetes. The proper balance of calcium may also reduce the risk of diabetes by 33%.

The fact that Shilajit is a life-giving and rejuvenating supplement for plants cannot be overemphasized. Anyone can prove it to himself or herself just by applying shilajit mixed with water, to their healthy or weak plants. You’ll be amazed at the results!

There is not enough available research to show exactly what it is that makes shilajit work for all life forms. We do know, however, that as we age we accumulate damaged cells, which make our tissues and organs weak. Shilajit helps our cells to be more stable and healthy. It seems to even replace the damaged tissue with new tissue.

We also know that shilajit can boost the production of the hormones that typically decline with age. The body may begin to respond as it once did when it was younger, and some bodily functions may be restored or repaired.

Manganese slows down the aging of the skin and the development of wrinkles. It also improves the tensile strength and elasticity of the skin.

Copper makes skin healthier by promoting collagen. It is a protein produced by the cells to ‘hold’ the skin together, promoting skin regeneration and reducing wrinkles. Deficiency of copper is also linked to depigmentation of the skin.

Organic selenium and zinc have a general role in normal skin development and function. They protect skin from UV radiation, providing a safe and effective means to reduce UVR exposure. People with a lack of these elements may have various forms of skin abnormalities. see also Effects of Shilajit on biogenic free radicals

Many hair experts believe that human hair was healthier 100 years ago. The food was full of nutrients and there were no shampoos with harsh detergents that strip the natural oils from the scalp. Shilajit can enrich your shower soap with a variety of needed elements that our modern diet simply doesn’t supply.

One of the important metals is copper. It may calm your scalp and help hair growth. Copper also may increase your hair’s natural pigmentation. Manganese, selenium, and zinc play an important role in healthy skin, including the scalp.

To be most effective, you should take shilajit internally as well as mixing it with your shampoo or shower gel. Emu Oil together with Shilajit may multiply the positive effect for hair health. You can also try natural shampoos, and ensure that you do not wash your hair too often. Your hair could go much longer between washings, without becoming too oily.

Natural zinc supplementation improves sexual performance. It promotes proper testosterone levels, penile thrusting, prolongs ejaculatory latency, keeps sperm healthy and regulates sex drive.

Other sources show that magnesium is one of the elements needed for the production of sex hormones, such as androgen and estrogen, as well as for neurotransmitters, which modulate the sex drive.

Magnesium also helps with premature ejaculation and could help prolong the pleasure when you most need it. Other studies show that B vitamins develop the blood flow and “good cholesterol” level that is directly connected with a healthier erection.

We have had feedbacks from clients in the past about the effectiveness of Shilajit in improving erection as well as sexual drive for women.

Some Shilajit trace minerals serve the very same function as an antioxidant. Firstly, copper. Besides its role in collagen production, it also serves as an antioxidant that helps skin fight free radicals. It neutralizes the ions that may damage the skin cells.

Lack of magnesium is one of situations that contribute to age-related diseases including arthritis and other forms of chronic inflammation. Constant source of Magnesium means that you would have enough antioxidant capacity for the aging organism to be resistant to free-radical damage.

Fulvic Acid itself plays its role as a very powerful antioxidant reducing the damage incurred by free radicals that enter your body through the food and the environment. Finally, the carotenoids retinol and terpenoids plus Vitamin E can also act as antioxidants. All of these make Shilajit at most powerful organic substance that may prevent or delay cell damage from oxidation.

How to use it :

As a Spleen Yang tonic, shilajit treats:

Diabetes, including its associated obesity
Poor assimilation and metabolism

As well, as a Spleen Yang tonic it:

Balances hyperglycemia through its affinity to fat and water channels
Regulates blood sugar
Revitalizes tissues
Reduces fat tissue
Reduces fatigue

As a Kidney Yang tonic, shilajit:

Improves Kidney and Bladder functions
Resolves urinary issues such as painful urination, cystitis due to Yang Deficiency (Coldness), urinary stones, dysuria, icontinence, glycosuria
Increases sexual stamina
Enhances sexual potency and fertility
Treats osteoarthritis and osteoporosis (from its high mineral content)
Heals broken bones
Treats prostatitis
Treats premature ejaculation and spermatorrhea
Shilajit’s positive effects on the Heart treat:

Mental overwork
Muddled mind
It benefits the Lungs to address:

Skin problems
Impaired immunity
Shilajit’s effects on the Liver may help with:

Nervous disorders such as epilepsy
Menstrual disorders such as dysmenorrhea and PMS in weak, deficient and high vata types
Skin problems

Other benefits of shilajit:

Eliminates parasites
Treats anemia
Lowers cholesterol
Increases the potency of other herbs
Promotes healthy recovery time in muscle, bone and nerve stress


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