Natural Herbs Shop

Natural Herbs Shop Shilajit ( Silajit , salajeet, sheelajit , Shilajeet, سلاجیت، شلاجیت، شیلاجیت )

Our Featured Products

Shilajit Himalaya 10 Grams
Shilajit Himalaya 20 Grams
Shilajit Himalaya 40 Grams
  1. Is a urologist exclusively a male doctor?

A urologist is definitely not only a male doctor, but also a female one, despite the fact that he is a specialist in the male genital area. Urolithiasis , cystitis, pyelonephritis – these diseases are more common in women than men. Women need to see a urologist if these problems arise.

 

2. How to maintain potency?

The longer a man is sexually active, the longer he generally lives. The first and best way to maintain long-term potency is to have regular sex life. Irregular sex life threatens erectile dysfunction. An erection is like a muscle that must be constantly toned and trained.

The second way is to avoid infections of the genitourinary tract, including sexually transmitted infections.

Sometimes erectile dysfunction can talk about cardiovascular diseases, be a sign of heart attacks, strokes. Therefore, if there are signs of a violation of potency, in addition to a urologist, you should definitely visit a cardiologist and examine the cardiovascular system.

Our Featured Products

Shilajit Himalaya 10 Grams
Shilajit Himalaya 20 Grams
Shilajit Himalaya 40 Grams

Shilajit for Men Heallth | Penis Health

Shilajit is a rare substance found at the high altitude mountains of the Himalayas. It is said to be combination of at least 85 minerals and vitamins. It is free from any sort of chemical or artificial flavor.

Top Benefits of shilajit are : Blood pressure and Blood sugar ( Diabetes ) Control , Skin , Hair , Female Fertility and Private health issues , Men Private health issues , premature ejaculation , Low Sperm count , Mental Health , Immune booster , anemia  and many more

Shilajit is famous for its men health benefits.  Shilajit precious minerals and vitamins Help in youthfulness of penis. Shilajit increases Sperm count , Helps in premature ejaculation , Give extra strength , Helps in original shape and hardness. 

3. Up to how old can a man have children conceived in the traditional way?

There is no exact figure for how many years a man can have children. As much as nature is given, as much as a man can be a father. Someone at 80 and 90 years old has children, others, unfortunately, already at 20 cannot conceive. This is influenced by many factors, for example, genital infections – infertility at a young age in 90% of cases is associated with previous genital infections. All these infections, if not treated in time, lead to infertility.

Other possible causes of infertility:

  • congenital disorders of the spermatogenesis process,
  • if the testicle is not descended from the abdomen into the abdominal cavity in childhood, it can be the cause of infertility (cryptorchidism),
  • mumps (mumps): if it is not diagnosed and treated in time, it can lead to infertility in the future.

4. What are the consequences of long-term latent infections?

Latent infections are fraught, firstly, with infertility. And secondly, some infections, for example, chlamydia, in the future can cause quite serious diseases of the joints (arthritis, arthrosis), chronic prostatitis, urethral strictures (narrowing of the lumen of the urethra, accompanied by a violation of its potency), which leads to surgical intervention.
To avoid the consequences of latent infections, young people must be tested for infections once a year. Especially those who live an unprotected sex life and have more than one sexual partner.

5. To increase or not?

With questions of penis enlargement, we are rarely approached, and this is good. The fact is that such operations have many side effects and problems in the postoperative period (local suppuration, etc.). And apart from the visual and psychological effect, they do not give anything. With such operations, a person’s sexual life, on the contrary, becomes worse, since sensitivity decreases, many moments given by nature disappear. Shilajit

By the way, the concept of a norm in this matter is very flexible. There is such a syndrome – micropenia (micropenis): this is when the penis is less than three centimeters in size. Such conditions are congenital, and they are associated with a violation of the hormonal background: a decrease in the production of the male hormone testosterone. If the penis is more than three centimeters, this is already considered a variant of the norm. Each race has a certain size of the penis. In the Mongoloid race, it is slightly smaller, in the Negroid race, it is larger, the average size is just Caucasians.

6. Does circumcision really solve hygiene issues?

Traditions appeared for a reason, and they were instituted precisely in order to solve hygiene issues. But these traditions appeared when there was no central water supply, when people had to go to the river or there was no reservoir nearby. Now it is available, and if you observe hygiene, wash yourself twice a day, then, of course, there is no need for circumcision.
By the way, circumcision solves the problem of premature ejaculation – it prolongs sexual intercourse, as it reduces the sensitivity of the glans penis.

7. How many times a day does a healthy person go to the toilet?

There is no clear gradation here. It all depends on the amount of fluid consumed. If a person drank two glasses of water during the day, then he goes to the toilet 3-4 times, and if he drank 2-3 liters, then he goes to the toilet 10 times.

What you should pay attention to and be wary:

  • if you have nighttime urination: within a month, you stand up 2-3 times during the night;
  • in addition to frequent urging to the toilet, difficulty urinating appears (urine comes in a very thin stream or drops).

The reasons may be urological diseases of the prostate, urethra and urinary tract. And the sooner you see your doctor, the better.

Shilajit for Erectile Dysfunction - Natural Herbs SHop

8. What factors increase the risk of prostate cancer?

Prostate cancer does not have any specific provoking factors. The reasons are the same as for all other oncological diseases: environment, carcinogenic products, heredity.

 

I often hear in advertisements that prostatitis turns into adenoma, and adenoma turns into prostate cancer, but this is not true. Neither prostatitis is the cause of prostate adenoma and prostate cancer, nor is prostate adenoma the cause of prostate cancer. Cancer is a disease that occurs on its own, but for reasons that are not yet clear to us.

9. What influences the formation of kidney stones?

Both heredity and the foods we eat, including water, can affect the formation of kidney stones. In general, urolithiasis is a hereditary disease. Salty foods also affect the formation of stones. The thing is that the Urals is an endemic region (an area where a large number of people suffer from urolithiasis). Sometimes patients who change their place of residence and move to another region, the formation of stones ceases to bother. And vice versa, people who have never in their life suffered from urolithiasis, having moved to an endemic area, acquire it.

10. How often should you visit the urologist?

Men after 40 years of age need to visit a urologist without fail, even if nothing bothers them. Up to 40 years, men and women should consult a urologist when problems with urination, signs of urolithiasis appear, in young men – prostatitis, etc. The doctor, after examination and conversation, will determine the frequency of visits in the future. But if nothing bothers you, in principle, you can not apply until the age of 40.

Our Blogs - Learn More About Shilajit