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Much more than a simple

Dietary supplement

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SHILAJIT-based products

 

Shilajit resin

Les médecins américains vantent les vertus de la résine de Shilajit. Voir les vidéos en cliquant ici.
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Main benefits

In the Charaka Samhita (one of the earliest Ayurvedic texts), Shilajit is classified as a simple herb that "cures all".

Traditional Indian medicine gives Shilajit the name " yoga vahi ", for its virtues aimed at improving and amplifying the effects of other plants.

Shilajit has many benefits for the body and mind.

Chelator

Powerful detoxifier that helps eliminate heavy metals present in your body.

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Energizing

High amount of nutrients, which naturally increases energy levels and improves body functions.   Restores energy balance and prevents several diseases.

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Aphrodisiacs
& Fertility

Spermatogenic and ovogenic effects. Increased libido.

Many other advantages

Antioxidant

Restores strength and vitality. Thanks to fulvic acid and humic acid acting as antioxidants. Also contains selenium.

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Find all the links to studies on Shilajit on the page: sources and references.

Anti-inflammatory

Organic acids (such as fulvic acid) help transport minerals throughout the body.

Golnaz Malekzadeh. Mumijo alleviates chemically induced inflammatory pain in mice. Alternative Therapies in Health And Medicine. March 2015.

Reduces acute mountain sickness

Actively participates in the transport of nutrients into deep tissues and helps overcome fatigue, lethargy and chronic fatigue caused by these conditions.

Muscle repair

Promotes muscle recovery and improves performance by promoting muscular adaptation to exercise.

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Reduces high cholesterol

Significant reduction in serum triglycerides, serum cholesterol with simultaneous improvement in HDL cholesterol.

Cardiotonic

Reduces the severity of induced cardiac damage. Protection of the cardiovascular system. The copper and iron in shilajit play an important role in transporting oxygen throughout the body.

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Anti-anemic

Increased iron levels in the blood. Presence of vitamins B2

Reduces asthma

Reduces allergies and respiratory problems

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Anti-aging

Increases longevity, improves memory and cognitive abilities. Contains vitamin C and zinc.

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Reduces digestive disorders

Contains nutrients favorable to the development of good bacteria. Promotes intestinal well-being and normalizes the functions of the digestive system.

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Reduces chronic fatigue

Contains vitamin C. Regulation of the HPA axis and maintains the functioning and integrity of mitochondria. Contains vitamin C and magnesium.

Find all the links to studies on Shilajit on the page: sources and references.

Stimulates memory

Stimulates cognitive functions

Carolos Carrasco-Gallardo. Can nutraceuticals prevent Alzheimer's disease? Potential therapeutic role of a formulation containing shilajit and B complex vitamins . Archive of Medical Research. November 2012. Cornejo A, Jiménez JM, Caballero L, Melo F, Maccioni RB. Fulvic acid inhibits aggregation and promotes disassembly of tau fibrils associated with Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. 2011; 27 (1):143–153. [ PubMed ] [ Google Scholar ]

Immuno-stimulant

Improves the immune system. Increases interleukin production. Anti-viral action. Contains B vitamins , selenium and zinc.

Ghosal S. Chemistry of shilajit, an immunomodulatory Ayurvedic rasayan. Pure and applied chemistry. 1990 ; 62 (7):1285–1288. [ Google Scholar ]

Pain killer

Powerful analgesic, which induces pain-relieving activity. Reduces sensitivity to painful stimuli. Its effectiveness has also been compared to Diclofenac sodium.

Golnaz Malekzadeh. Mumijo alleviates chemically induced inflammatory pain in mice. Alternative Therapies in Health And Medicine. March 2015.

Alzheimer's disease prevention

Prevents cognitive decline and the development of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's.

Carolos Carrasco-Gallardo. Can nutraceuticals prevent Alzheimer's disease? Potential therapeutic role of a formulation containing shilajit and B complex vitamins . Archive of Medical Research. November 2012. Cornejo A, Jiménez JM, Caballero L, Melo F, Maccioni RB. Fulvic acid inhibits aggregation and promotes disassembly of tau fibrils associated with Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. 2011; 27 (1):143–153. [ PubMed ] [ Google Scholar ]

Under no circumstances can the information and advice offered on this site replace a consultation or diagnosis made by a doctor or health professional, the only ones able to adequately assess your state of health.

Constituents

​ Shilajit contains organic minerals , carbon 60 (C60) , plant-based antioxidants and many other organic acids and minerals that act as molecule carriers. It also contains dibenzo-alpha-pyrones associated with triterpenes and phenolic lipids among others. Not forgetting vitamins and dozens of minerals in ionic form . All these properties therefore allow Shilajit to be considered a superfood.

Shilajit is one of the most potent sources of fulvic and humic acids naturally harvested ready for human consumption. Learn more about these acids.

Only Shilajit has the perfect combination of natural constituents that will be immediately accepted and absorbed by your body , making Shilajit probably the best dietary supplement in the world.

Here is a (non- exhaustive ) list of the components of Shilajit:

IRON: a trace element whose frequent deficiency (it affects 25% of premenopausal women according to Health Insurance) causes fatigue, shortness of breath, paleness and headaches. Taking shilajit is an ally in fighting anemia.

MAGNESIUM: Particularly important in the workings of our body since it participates in more than 300 reactions in the body: the fixation of calcium in bones, the contraction of muscles, the regulation of blood sugar levels helping us to prevent diabetes from type 2, and heart rate, as well as the proper functioning of intestinal transit.

MANGANESE: Manganese is a trace mineral that is intimately involved in how enzymes interact in the body. Other roles of manganese include energy metabolism, thyroid hormone potency, blood sugar regulation, brain performance, and free radical control.

CALCIUM: Calcium is necessary for bones, teeth and nails. It is therefore the “trace element” that makes up the largest percentage of your body weight. It is also used by muscles, blood vessels, nerve cells and glands to make enzymes and hormones.

POTASSIUM: It is considered one of the primary electrolytes. Potassium is used to maintain fluid balance, kidney function, proper nerve function, muscle contraction (including our heart rate), as well as to encourage the transport of compounds into and out of cells. This trace mineral is very important for retaining calcium in bones and for converting blood sugar into glycogen, which is the form in which we store and use it. http://butane.chem.uiuc.edu/pshapley/Environmental/L26/1.html https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5610682/

SELENIUM: a trace element with immunostimulating properties and powerful antioxidant action. Selenium is required by our bodies for reproduction, DNA production, thyroid function, bone wellness, and reduction of free radical activity.

HUMIC ACID: Humic acid also binds to many vitamins and minerals, ensuring that they are transported more quickly through the blood to the cells.

FULVIC ACID: Fulvic acid is a powerful antioxidant.

More than 80 other natural constituents: Benzoic acid, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, magnesium, nickel, potassium, silicon, silver, sodium, barium, sulfur, iodine, strontium, rubidium, cesium, chromium, antimony, vanadium, molybdenum, phosphorus, glycosides, carotenoids retinol, Terpenoids, vitamin A, B, (including B2 and B12), vitamin C, D and E, melanoidin, polyphenols, dibenzo-alpha pyrones, triterpenesphospholipids and phenolic acids, albuminoids, hippuric and oxalic acid, tannic acid and bioflavonoids.

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Origin Himalaya mountain range

On the peaks of the Himalayas, at an altitude of more than 2000 metres, it is not uncommon to see, in the hot season, the great white apes of this region chewing a black substance, a sort of tar which oozes from the rocks under the effect of heat.

Here, it is claimed that this substance gives white monkeys longevity and strength.

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