Shilajit, an organic substance found rarely oozing from the Himalayan rocks primarily in very high altitude regions of the mountain range. Interestingly, shilajit composition contains a concentrated complex of minerals, humic and fulvic acids, trace elements and plenty of traces of amino acids and organic vitamins. Clinical researches indicate that shilajit is derived from organic plant and the most current theories claim that it could have been produced from plants which were trapped in the rocks when Himalayas were being formed fifty-five million years ago. Conventional theories about shilajit composition and origin range from this being the blood of the Himalayas and also a gift from the Gods!
Diseases cured by shilajit
The shilajit composition is such that it has been extensively used in the Ayurveda medical tradition as treatment for a wide variety of ailments which include infertility, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, schizophrenia, insanity and depression. One of its most famous uses in India is in balancing the libido and there are many companies marketing shilajit tremendously! Shilajit is also considered to be the best anti-aging treatment. There is no disease at all that cannot effectively be aided by shilajit when it is applied at the correct time, in combination with other suitable treatments and by sticking to the prescribed dosages.
Shilajit has ionically charged and small sized minerals
When a healthy individual takes shilajit, it produces an abundance of energy in them. There is no physical indisposition that does not respond positively to the highly beneficial qualities of shilajit. When taken continuously, in sufficient doses, it improves the skin tone and strength and is so generally known to be the best anti-aging remedy. The shilajit composition includes mineral particles of very small size and which are ionically charged. This means that the human body can absorb them easily. Shilajit contains high percentages of Fulvic Acid, the byproduct of micro-organisms seen in humus that speeds up the balances the hydration, absorption of nutrients, and supports excretory organs in passing toxic wastes from the body.