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Shilajit

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Shilajit is a mineral deposit that is made up of humus and decomposed plant remains. When these components get pressed between layers of rocks for millions of years, they are converted into a gummy substance that may be black, white or brown in colour, and resemble asphalt in appearance. When there is a crack in the rock, the material oozes out of it, and settles itself on the rocks. These are found in high altitude mountains. In Ayurveda, it is regarded as the strongest age fighting and rejuvenating component of the earth.

  • Anti-aging
  • Rejuvenation properties
  • Blood purifications
  • Increase in sexual potency
  • Prevents and cures diabetes
  • Solves bone related problems

Description

Sudha Shilajeet: It is a natural mineral which exudes from the rocks is best rejuvenator that cleanses the urinary tract and lungs. Shilajeet is a sticky resin like substance. It oozes out from the cracks of mountains in summer due to strong sunlight. It is blackish or brownish substance. Its taste is salty or somewhat bitter has cow’s urine like smell.

  • Anti-aging
  • Rejuvenation properties
  • Blood purifications
  • Increase in sexual potency
  • Prevents and cures diabetes
  • Solves bone related problems

 

INGREDIENT

Composition: Each500mg Capsule contains: Purified shilajeet (500mg)

Purification Procedure: Shilajit pieces are washed thoroughly with clean water and dried. On drying, Shilajit pieces are given Bhavana (treatments) for one entire day with each of the following; Go-Dugdha, Triphala Kwaath and Bhringraaj Swaras . After 3 days of processing, Shilajit is allowed to dry in sun to obtain Shudh (purified) Shilajit.

Chemical composition: Extensive research showed that the major organic mass of shilajit comprised humus (60–80%) along with other components such as benzoic acid, hippuric acid, fatty acid, ichthyol, ellagic acid, resin, triterpenes, sterol, aromatic carboxylic acid, 3,4-benzocoumarins, amino acids and phenolic lipids. The major physiological action of shilajit was found to be due to the presence of the bioactive dibenzoalpha-pyrones along with humic and fulvic acids which acted as car