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What is Shilajit ?

Shilajit are small natural outgrowths or formations in the form of incrustations in rock crevices, on the walls of caves and grottoes located at an altitude of more than 2000 meters above sea level, where there are conditions that are different from the plains. In appearance, the Shilajit looks like resin, its surface is shiny, the color is from yellow-brown to black. Its specific smell resembles the smell of oil, the taste is bitter. Shilajit contains 27 micro elements, various organic compounds: amino acids, carbohydrates and fats. The definition of Shilajit in the encyclopedia: “A biologically active product of natural origin; a resinous substance flowing from rock crevices. Contains various organic substances and trace elements, used in folk medicine.”

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Origin of Shilajit

As for the origin of the Shilajit, there has not yet been a clear idea on this issue. It was believed that it could be of animal, vegetable, mineral or mixed origin. Scientists from Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Altai, as a result of many years of research, found that the Shilajit, or as it is called – mountain balm, is the excrement of small animals – high-mountain silver voles. Vole in Latin is read – “bragshin”. In Tibetan “Brag-Shun” means “mountain digestion”. In the book of the 5th c. “Judshi” says: “In the mountains abounding in metals, there is a special rock-climbing mouse that feeds on these metals, and its feces constitute Brag-Shun.” In a number of places, such biomass, being dissolved by soil water, can form streaks on the walls of rocks and grottoes. Voles feed on various mountain herbs, which contain many biologically active substances. The body of voles does not absorb them completely, and some of the valuable substances are excreted with excrement, which, under the influence of specific high-mountain conditions, are saturated with microelements from the surrounding rocks. For the formation of Shilajit, according to some sources, a moderately high-mountainous rocky relief with a height of 2000-3500 m above sea level is needed. Shilajit is formed mainly on the southern slopes of the mountains. Shilajit deposits are located in niches, cavities, caves, cracks, grottoes. The places where the Shilajit is found should be places of accumulation of certain animals and the growth of medicinal plants. Temperature fluctuations in both summer and winter periods should be significant, the average annual rainfall is about 400-600 mm. Need more solar radiation.

Pika leaves excrement always in the same place. And the Shilajit is formed exactly where this type of mouse feeds only on a certain type of wormwood. The age of Shilajit from Altai was determined from 130 to 900 years. Stocks of Shilajit in nature are very limited. But given that single medical doses of the substance are about 0.1 – 0.3 g, one can hope that with a reasonable approach to the Shilajit, its reserves will last for many years.

The use of Shilajit in ancient medicine

Even in ancient times, people came to the conclusion that the Shilajit is the most valuable remedy for many ailments. A well-known physician at that time, Avicenna, claimed that this substance is one of the most advanced complex medicines. Mountain resin (the second name of this remedy) was used for dislocations, epilepsy, and nervous disorders. Back in the 9th century BC. the great Aristotle described in detail the healing abilities of this miracle drug. He prescribed Shilajit to people suffering from congenital deafness and nosebleeds. And to treat such a common defect as stuttering, Aristotle advised lubricating the tongue with a mixture of Shilajit and honey. Abubakr Rabi al-Bukharon in 960 AD attributed healing abilities to this unique remedy. He claimed that the use of Shilajit with honey can work wonders in medicine. Muhammad Zakariya Razi believed that it must be carried with you when a fracture of any bone occurs. Muhammad Tabib in the 12th century in one of his works, he spoke about the unique ability of this remedy to enhance sexual function. Oriental medicine says: “Only Shilajit saves from death.” From century to century, the legend is passed that Alexander the Great was treated with “mountain tears”. From ancient times, other names of Shilajit are also known – “mountain wax”, “mountain blood”, “rock sweat”. All ancient scientists agreed that mumijo gives strength to the whole body, normalizes the functions of internal and external organs, helps to cure paralysis, convulsions, and enhances sexual potency. Travelers, merchants did not go on long journeys without a Shilajit. in one of his works, he spoke about the unique ability of this remedy to enhance sexual function. Oriental medicine says: “Only Shilajit saves from death.” From century to century, the legend is passed that Alexander the Great was treated with “mountain tears”. From ancient times, other names of Shilajit are also known – “mountain wax”, “mountain blood”, “rock sweat”. All ancient scientists agreed that mumijo gives strength to the whole body, normalizes the functions of internal and external organs, helps to cure paralysis, convulsions, and enhances sexual potency. Travelers, merchants did not go on long journeys without a Shilajit. in one of his works, he spoke about the unique ability of this remedy to enhance sexual function. Oriental medicine says: “Only Shilajit saves from death.” From century to century, the legend is passed that Alexander the Great was treated with “mountain tears”. From ancient times, other names of Shilajit are also known – “mountain wax”, “mountain blood”, “rock sweat”. All ancient scientists agreed that mumijo gives strength to the whole body, normalizes the functions of internal and external organs, helps to cure paralysis, convulsions, and enhances sexual potency. Travelers, merchants did not go on long journeys without a Shilajit. that Alexander the Great was treated with “mountain tears”. From ancient times, other names of Shilajit are also known – “mountain wax”, “mountain blood”, “rock sweat”. All ancient scientists agreed that mumijo gives strength to the whole body, normalizes the functions of internal and external organs, helps to cure paralysis, convulsions, and enhances sexual potency. Travelers, merchants did not go on long journeys without a Shilajit. that Alexander the Great was treated with “mountain tears”. From ancient times, other names of Shilajit are also known – “mountain wax”, “mountain blood”, “rock sweat”. All ancient scientists agreed that mumijo gives strength to the whole body, normalizes the functions of internal and external organs, helps to cure paralysis, convulsions, and enhances sexual potency. Travelers, merchants did not go on long journeys without a Shilajit.

Therapeutic effect of Shilajit

Scientists today have found that mumijo contains over 80 substances vital for the body, about 30 chemical elements, amino acids, metal oxides, enzymes, hormones and other substances. It is very difficult to derive the Shilajit formula. But it has been established that the inorganic part is quantitatively superior to the organic part. If in any medicine there are usually only a few elements, then in the Shilajit – half of the periodic table. But the main feature of the Shilajit is that it is not a stimulant, but a biological regulator, which regulates the electrolyte balance, eliminating both the symptoms and the disease itself.

Today, it has been experimentally established that staphylococci die in a Shilajit solution.

Shilajit has pronounced bio stimulating properties. Under its influence, metabolic processes are activated, the number of red blood cells increases, and the content of haemoglobin in the blood increases. Salajeet has a pronounced antimicrobial effect, increases the body’s defenses.

Ancient manuscripts say that the Shilajit was used for tuberculosis, bronchial asthma, kidney disease, inflammation, poisoning, stomach ulcers, migraines, epilepsy, paralysis, dislocations, and fractures.

Shilajit is a reliable and effective remedy in the treatment of certain infectious diseases and diseases associated with the inflammatory process – tonsillitis, bone tuberculosis, fungal diseases, and some types of eczema. Shilajit belongs to the group of adaptogens – substances that help the body adapt to various extreme and harmful conditions.

Researchers studying the therapeutic effect of Shilajit consider it a harmless and very effective tonic, general tonic and therapeutic agent, provided the dosage is correct. The use of shilajit by athletes is very promising. Thus, a biological stimulant can be successfully used to treat sports injuries. During the period of high training loads, when the immune system is weakened, it is also useful to take Shilajit.

Today, almost everyone knows about the Shilajit. Some are extremely sceptical of him, criticize, some praise him too much. But the most valuable drug does not need propaganda, as it has justified itself for centuries, and at present, the use of Shilajit is scientifically substantiated and the positive results of its use have been proven by experimental and clinical practice.

 

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