Shilajit comes from the Sanskrit compound word shilajatu meaning “rock-tar”, which is the regular Ayurveda term. Its found predominantly in Himalaya, Karakuram, Tibet mountains, Caucasus mountains, Altai Mountains, and mountains of Gilgit Baltistan. It is used in Ayurveda and Unani, the traditional Indian system of medicine. It contains at least 85 minerals in ionic form, as well as triterpenes, humic acids, and fulvic acid.
According to ancient Indian sources, it was born from the friction of the celestial spheres during Samudra Manthana episode. The Devas and the Asuras agreed to churn the primal Ocean in order to obtain the beneficial Amrita substance.
It has a wide range of benefits. Studies have shown that Shilajit can help with male and female reproductive issues, including:
- Boosts performance and pleasure
- Enhances energy and stamina
- Increases motility and count
- Hormone balancing
Shilajit also helps with the following conditions:
- Decreases fatigue
- Maintains brain function
- Enhances spiritual power
- Calms the nervous system
- Mental and physical rejuvenation
- Fights hair loss and wrinkles
- Boosts metabolism
How to Use Shilajit
The solid form of it is different from the liquid form in that it can be easily taken orally without the bitter taste. An average dose would be 500 mg. Cold solid shilajit is hard, but it becomes sticky when it’s too hot.
Put a single serving amount of raw shilajit in your mouth, and swallow when melted. You can drink some water or another beverage right away. You may also dissolve solid shilajit in water or any other beverage of your choice and take it as liquid shilajit. In this case, put the single amount in your drink and stir it for 5 seconds.
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