Dabur Shilajit Gold
Shilajit Gold: 10 x 5 Strips (1 Strip = 10 Capsules)
|1/2 Pack (10 x 3 Strips)
|1 Pack (10 x 5 Strips)
|2 Pack (10 x 10 Strips)
Uses of Shilajit
Nervous system – Shilajit is extremely helpful in treating conditions like epilepsy, convulsions and paralysis.
Digestive system – Abdominal cramps, piles, jaundice and intestinal worms.
Respiratory system – Cough, whopping cough and asthmatic conditions
Circulatory system – Heart problems, syphilis, gonorrhea etc.
Reproductive System – Decreased sperm count, low libido, impotence, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, frigidity etc.
Urinary system – Urinary tract infection, renal calculi, dysurea etc.
General – It is highly effective in subduing pains, inflammation and other metabolic diseases like Rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes etc.
Shilajit has been regarded as one of the most valued organo–mineral that has the power to make a dead man walk. Shilajit is a wonderful herbal supplement that is usually obtained from the Himalayan Mountains as a gummy resinous extract that ooze out from the cracks developed in the mountains due to mountain drift.
In quintessence Shilajit is a natural muse of plants of the regions of the Himalayas, and is found in the Himalayan ranges covering North-northeastern India, Nepal, Pakistan, China, Tibet, and part of Central Asia and Scandinavia. The vegetation of the Himalayas is rich and diverse and for thousand of years the plants have come to life, absorbed nutrients from the soil and then died out. This is a process which has been recurring again and again endlessly and continued for centuries. It is believed that Shilajit found in the Himalayas region are the fossilized form of those plants and the particular biosphere of the Himalayas created them and bestowed medicinal qualities to them. Shilajit, found in the higher altitudes of the Himalayas, are collected during summer seasons when the ice melts, and Shilajit lumps are from time to time spotted and collected from the crannies of rocks and similar places.
Benefits of Shilajit
Below are some of the benefits that Shilajit has proven its worth.
- Shilajit helps speed up the process of protein metabolism and there by stimulating them to provide our body with energy.
- Shilajit enhances the core energy (OJA) accountable for your sexual as well as spiritual power. Shilajit is many a times referred to as Indian Viagra due to its related properties and actions.
- Shilajit is considered as most supreme blood sugar modulator so as to control the sugar levels in the body.
- Shilajit purifies blood stream from any infections and debris.
- Shilajit promotes the movement of minerals, particularly calcium, phosphorous, and magnesium into muscle tissue and bone.
- Shilajit stimulates the immune system and Improves restoration (recovery) after exercise.
- Shilajit counteracts weakness and general debility.
Bioactivity of Shilajit
Clinical applications of Shilajit herb in Ayurveda as a rasayana or the rejuvenator are well documented. However, no modern technical study was carried out before on the mode of action of Shilajit. The effects of Shilajit, as reported in the Ayurvedic literature, seem to propose its influence on endocrine, autonomic, and brain functional changes. The discovery that these changes can be mediated by cytokines, released by activated immunologic cells has opened up possibilities for comparable mechanism of action of Shilajit. Certain combinations of the phenolic and triterpenoid constituents and the FA’s of Shilajit produced significant effects next to restraint stress-induced ulcers. The mechanism of anti-ulcerogenic actions of Shilajit and its elements was also evaluated. This was based on their effects on mucin contents, and on the concentrations of DNA and protein in the gastric juice. The combinations given significant resistance to mucosa against the effects of ulcerogens and also prevented the flaking of mucosal cells. The antiallergic action of these compounds was productively tested against antigen- and compound 48/80 (histamine releaser) - induced degranulation of mast cells. The anti-stress activity of these compounds was suggested by their increase of murine swimming endurance exercises. Shilajit and its mutual constituents also drawn out and activated, in different degrees, murine peritoneal macrophages and activated splenocytes of tumor-bearing animals at premature and later stages (unresponsive) of tumor growth. Shilajit from Russia acted fundamentally as cell-growth factors in both normal and tumor cells by maintaining membrane honesty. The results obtained till now are adequately impressive to warrant anticipation that more extensive and comprehensive studies on Shilajit and its constituents would validate the Ayurvedic rasayana, Shilajit, as more effective than several currently available clinically efficacious immuno-modulators.
Recent research on Shilajit
The spermatogenic and ovogenic effects of chronically administered Shilajit to rats.
By Park JS, Kim GY, Han K.
This study was conducted in College of Pharmacy, Chungbuk National University, Cheongju, Heungdukgu Gaeshindong San 12, Chungbuk 361-763, S. Korea. This study examined the creditability of Shilajit being used as a fertility agent. The effects of Shilajit on spermatogenesis and ovogenesis were examined using male and female white rats. Shilajit was administered orally to seven week-old rats over a six week period. In the male white rats, the number of sperms in the testes and epididymides was significant higher than in the control. A histological examination showed an apparent raise in the number of seminiferous tubular cell layers in the testes of the treated rats. However, there were no major differences in the weights of heart, spleen, liver, kidney, brain, testes and epididymides. In the female rats, the effect of Shilajit was checked by the ovulation inducing activity. Over a five day, ovulation was induced in 7 out of 9 rats in the Shilajit administration group and in 3 out of 9 rats in the control. It was established that Shilajit had both a spermiogenic and ovogenic effect in mature rats.