- Purify blood.
- Enhance skin elasticity.
- Promotes Brain Health
- May Help Manage Diabetes.
- Good for the Heart and Blood.
- Strengthen the nervous system.
- Provides Energy and Revitalization
- Pain relieving and anti-inflammatory.
- Regulates Hormones and Immune System
- Help Depression, Mental fatigue, Epilepsy, Hemiplegia.
- Increase intelligence level, concentration and learning ability.
- Arthritic conditions, back pain and other joint related problems.
- Give wonderful results in case of indigestion, gastric irritation, abdominal pain and constipation.
It’s a tar-like substance (known as a biomass) found in the Himalayan and Tibet Mountains. When the temperatures rise around these Indian mountains, this tar-like medical miracle substance oozes from crevices within the mountains. Ranging from yellowish-brown to pure black in color, the black variety is considered the most nutritional.
Although it’s likely that various types and brands contain different concentrations of some vitamins and minerals, this breakdown of the nutritional content of one brand helps give a starting point for the amounts of common minerals you might find. It’s commonly stated that shilajit, in pure form, contains about 85 different vitamins and minerals.
Over 3,000 years ago, shilajit was mentioned in ancient Sanskrit texts. Known as “conqueror of mountains and destroyer of weakness,” it has been one of the staples of traditional medicine (and an aphrodisiac) in a variety of Asian countries for thousands of years. Vaidya Charak, a famous ancient Indian in the first century A.D., is quoted as saying, “There is hardly any curable disease which cannot be controlled or cured with the aid of shilajit.”