SHILAJIT Extract Capsule
Shilajit is a natural thick, sticky tar-like substance found mainly in the Himalayan mountains, formed for centuries by the gradual decomposition of plants.
The name “SHILAJIT” is a combination of two words SHILA meaning Mountain + Jit (Jeet) meaning win or conquer, which means that Shilajit destroys mountain like diseases and imparts strength, vigor and vitality. In Ayurved Shilajit has been used as a rejuvenator and an adaptogen for thousands of years, It is also used in Diabetes, Infertility, Impotence, sexual debility (Male & female), PMS, Anemia, Nervous system disorders, UTI, weight control (Obesity), Joint pain and osteoporosis.
It has been reported to contain at least 85 minerals in ionic form, humic and fulvic acid. Shilajit is extremely rich in fulvic acid. Fulvic acid supports every stage of cellular metabolism, is a potent antioxidant which has the ability to neutralize free radicals throughout the body and prevents ageing.
Therefore SHILAJIT is rightly called
- Potent antioxidant
- Improves energy & stamina
- As an aphrodisiac improves sex derive of both men & women
- Useful in ED & PE
- Improves semen quality & quantity
- Anti-Diabetic property
- Anti-Inflametory property useful in joint pain & arthritis
- Antihyperlipidemic (Lower high cholesterol levels)
- Defies the signs of ageing and boost immunity.
Capsule pack of 60
Two capsules once or twice a day preferably with milk or as suggested by Physician.
Natural Products provide gradual but long lasting results. Allow several weeks for full therapeutic benefits.
Following research shows SHILAJIT’s antioxidant and cholesterol lowering properties. Shilajit not only reduces Serum Triglycerides, Serum Cholesterol but also improves HDL Cholesterol (Good Cholesterol).
Ancient Science of Life. 2003 Oct;23(2):114-9.
Shilajit: evalution of its effects on blood chemistry of normal human subjects.
Sharma P1, Jha J, Shrinivas V, Dwivedi LK, Suresh P, Sinha M.
Department of Biochemistry, SMS Medical College, Jaipur - 302 004, India.
The effect of Shilajit on blood chemistry was studied in normal human volunteers. Administration of two gms of Shilajit for 45 days did not produced any significant change in physical parameters i.e. blood pressure, pulse rate and body weight and similarly no charge was observed in hematological parameters. A signification reduction in Serum Triglycerides, Serum cholesterol with simultaneous improvement in HDL Cholesterol was seen, besides Shilajit also improved antioxidant status of volunteers. Results of study suggest hypolipidemic and strong antioxidant activity of Shilajit.
Following research done by our Defence research and development organization (DRDO) show the usefulness of Shilajit in treating problems like insomnia, tiredness, lethargy, lack of appetite, body pain, dementia, and depression.
International Journal of Ayurveda Research 2010 Jan;1(1):37-40.
Shilajit: A panacea for high-altitude problems.
Meena H1, Pandey HK, Arya MC, Ahmed Z.
Herbal Medicine Division, Defence Research and Development Organization, DIBER, Field Station, Pithoragarh - 262 501, Uttarakhand, India.
High altitude problems like hypoxia, acute mountain sickness, high altitude cerebral edema, pulmonary edema, insomnia, tiredness, lethargy, lack of appetite, body pain, dementia, and depression may occur when a person or a soldier residing in a lower altitude ascends to high-altitude areas. These problems arise due to low atmospheric pressure, severe cold, high intensity of solar radiation, high wind velocity, and very high fluctuation of day and night temperatures in these regions. These problems may escalate rapidly and may sometimes become life-threatening. Shilajit is a herbomineral drug which is pale-brown to blackish-brown, is composed of a gummy exudate that oozes from the rocks of the Himalayas in the summer months. It contains humus, organic plant materials, and fulvic acid as the main carrier molecules. It actively takes part in the transportation of nutrients into deep tissues and helps to overcome tiredness, lethargy, and chronic fatigue. Shilajit improves the ability to handle high altitudinal stresses and stimulates the immune system. Thus, Shilajit can be given as a supplement to people ascending to high-altitude areas so that it can act as a "health rejuvenator" and help to overcome high-altitude related problems.
Following research shows usefulness of SHILAJIT in improving fertility of infertile men ie in oligospermia (low concentration of sperm).
Clinical evaluation of spermatogenic activity of processed Shilajit in oligospermia.
Biswas TK1, Pandit S, Mondal S, Biswas SK, Jana U, Ghosh T, Tripathi PC, Debnath PK, Auddy RG, Auddy B.
Seminal parameters and lipid peroxidation were improved in a pro-fertility manner in response to 90 days of 200mg Shilajit in infertile men, with a 23.5% increase in testosterone and 9.8% increase in follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) with no influence on luteinizing hormone (LH). The present findings provide further evidence of the spermatogenic nature of Shilajit, as attributed in Ayurvedic medicine, particularly when administered as processed Shilajit (PS).
Following researches demonstrate that SHILAJIT can prevent maturity onset diabetes and helps in controlling blood sugar level.
Volume 9, Issue 1, pages 41–44, February 1995
Shilajit attenuates streptozotocin induced diabetes mellitus and decrease in pancreatic islet superoxide dismutase activity in rats.
Salil K. Bhattacharya
The findings confirm earlier observations that STZ-induced hyperglycaemia may be the consequence of a decrease in pancreatic islet superoxide dismutase activity, leading to accumulation of free radicals and damage of the ß-cells. Shilajit attenuates both these effects of STZ possibly by its action as a free radical scavenger. The findings support the postulate that shilajit can prevent maturity onset diabetes mellitus.
Indian Journal of Pharmacology;Dec2004, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p373
Effect of shilajit on blood glucose and lipid profile in alloxan-induced diabetic rats.
Trivedi, N. A.; Mazumdar, B.; Bhatt, J. D.; Hemavathi, K. G
Shilajit is effective in controlling blood glucose levels and improves the lipid profile.
Following research done in Italy shows antiviral property of SHILAJIT
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 2015 May 26;166:129-34.
In vitro evaluation of the antiviral properties of Shilajit and investigation of its mechanisms of action.
Cagno V1, Donalisio M1, Civra A1, Cagliero C2, Rubiolo P2, Lembo D3.
The results of the present study demonstrate that Shilajit is endowed with broad, yet specific, antiviral activity in vitro and constitutes a natural source of antiviral substances. Further work remains to be done to assess its efficacy in vivo.