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20 Incredible Benefits of Shilajit: Unleash Your Natural Inner Super Powers

Are you stressed out with modern life, feeling tired, fatigued a little overwhelmed? Feel like you need an energy boost?

With all the daily stress of modern life, everyone is looking for the alternatives and ways to support them in healthier lifestyles.

Say Hello to “Shilajit,” known as the “Destroyer of Weakness.”

This incredible natural substance, Shilajit, pronounced, “sheel-a-jeet, ”, may be just the magic you are searching for in your quest to health and vitality.

In India, it’s known as the “Destroyer of Weakness” as well as “Diyya Rasayan,” meaning “Celestial Super Vitaliser.”

Shilajit is a powerful adaptogen and has been used for thousands of years to help health and vitality, and let’s face it, who doesn’t need a bit of a boost from time to time.

There are on-going scientific studies about the benefits of Shilajit.

This sticky, mineral based black-brown resin has been used for thousands of years, by Ayurvedic practitioners and mountain tribes and many consider it the ultimate remedy. It is found in the Himalyan rocks and contains humic acid, organic plant materials, fulvic acid, amino acids and trace elements. These help you body absorb nutrients from the food we eat. In our busy pace of life and stressed environments, many of us lack proper absorption of nutrients from our foods these days. The Fulvic acid in Shilajit  helps with the absorption of the nutrients from the foods we eat.  It consists of more than 84 trace minerals including copper, silver, zinc, iron, and lead and many phytonutrients which makes it one of the most powerful natural substances we are aware of for over thousands of years.

It is well-known in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for its powerful effects on the immune system, its rejuvenating effects, energy support and supporting healthy aging, as well as a host of other incredible benefits.

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Let’s check out 20 amazing benefits of this dark, mineral resin, Shilajit:

Here are 20 ways Shilajit can give you a boost to your health: 

  1. Rich in Nutrients:Shilajit contains various essential minerals and trace elements, such as iron, zinc, copper, magnesium and fulvic acid, which can help your body.
  1. Antioxidant properties: Shilajit is thought to possess antioxidant that help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals, potentially reducing oxidative stress and cellular damage.
  1. Anti- inflammatory properties: Shilajit is known to have anti-inflammatory effects, which can potentially help to reduce inflammation in the body and help ease discomfort associated with certain inflammatory conditions.
  1. Energy Booster: is known for its ability to increase energy levels and combat fatigue. Increasing energy and Stamina. Shilajit is like a power-up for your body! Say goodbye to feeling sluggish and hello to boundless energy. It’s been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine to improve energy levels and boost stamina.

Did you know it’s quite common for the people of Nepal and Northern India to have Shilajit at breakfast time? The Sherpas claim to have Shilajit as part of their diet as they claim its properties support the body’s natural energy production processes. Shilajit may help with energy levels and fatigue and enhances physical performance due to the presence of fulvic and humic acid. These help the mitochondria which is present in cells to produce energy.

Research studies, like the ones by Stohs et al. (2014) and Surapaneni et al. (2012), have unveiled Shilajit's potential as an energy enhancer. They've shown that Shilajit's unique components can help boost mitochondrial function, contributing to increased energy production and improved stamina. Imagine having a new battery pack attached to you!

  1. Supports Your Immune System: Are you sick of getting sick? Shilajit’s got your back as research shows it helps to boost your immune system and improve the body's ability to fight off infections and illnesses.

Shilajit’s trace minerals may help to support the immune system, enhancing your body’s natural defence mechanisms. Studies like those by Ali et al. (2007) and Biswas et al. (2012), have started uncovering Shilajit's potential as an immune system supporter although research is preliminary.

  1. Shilajit for hormonal balance: Some research suggests that the adaptogenic qualities of Shilajit in men and women can help balance hormones and maintain equilibrium. Shilajit is an adaptogen and the way it works differs for men and women. For men it’s believed to support testosterone levels, promoting vitality and overall well-being.

For women, it’s thought to aid in balancing estrogen and progesterone levels, helping to maintain hormonal harmony throughout the menstrual cycle. Research studies, like those by Pandit et al. (2015) and Biswas et al. (2010), have delved into Shilajit's potential role in hormonal balance. These studies have suggested that Shilajit's unique properties might indeed have a positive impact on hormone levels for both men and women. It's like having a wise mentor guiding your hormonal orchestra to create a beautiful and balanced melody. For more detailed information on how Shilajit can help hormonal balance read our blog article here: 'How Shilajit Can Help with Hormonal Balance'

  1. Supporting male reproductive health and teststerone: Some research suggests that Shilajit helps stimulate the immune system and improve the body's ability to fight off infections. Recent research has shown that it is especially effective at boosting testosterone and fertility in men. In a clinical trial of healthy men, 250mg of purified Shilajit was taken twice a day.

After 3 months it was found that free testosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEAS) had significantly increased. Shilajit is absorbed into the testes where it can reduce oxidative damage and may even increase sperm production.

  1. Bone health: Shilajit contains minerals like calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus, which are important for maintaining strong and healthy bones. This is especially important for peri-menopause and menopausal women.
  1. Anti aging properties: Want to feel more youthful? Who needs a time machine when you have Shilajit? Shilajiit has anti-aging properties that keep you looking and feeling younger by reducing cellular damage.  Shilajit’s antioxidants and nutrient-rich nature may help combat oxidative stress, which is associated with aging. Regular use may help maintain a more youthful-looking skin and promote healthy aging.

Some studies show Shilajit can help maintain a heart health by supporting healthy blood circulation and helping to manage cholesterol levels, so you can keep on dancing!

  1. Shilajit for heart health: Shilajit is also cardio-protective, acting to increase levels of the body’s master antioxidant glutathione and providing the body with many other heart healthy nutrients. Shilajit is well known in Ayurveda for strengthening the heart and bringing down hypertension (high blood pressure).

In one study, Shilajit was shown to mimic the para-sympathetic nervous system, which is the body’s relaxation state or ‘rest and digest state’ which is the opposite of the  “fight or flight” (sympathetic nervous system), producing a state of calm and relaxation thus lowering heart rate and blood pressure.

  1. Metabolic health: Some studies suggest that Shilajit may help regulate blood sugar levels and improve lipid profiles, which could be beneficial for individuals with diabetes or metabolic disordersRemember to always consult a healthcare professional if you have any underlying medical health conditions.
  1. Need a little brain boost?Need to remember where you put your keys? Shilajit may help with that. Shilajit is believed to have cognitive (brain) -enhancing effects , memory and focus. It’s antioxidants may help protect brain cells from oxidative damage. Shilajit is a potent detoxifier for the brain.

Studies have shown that it assists in the assimilation of nutrients, minerals and oxygen into the brain that supports its ability to remove toxins.

  1. Shilajit for Alzheimers and Parkinson’s disease: Shilajit may also help to reduce the risk of Alzheimers disease. In Alzheimer’s patients, there is an increase of a certain protein called the amyloid beta protein which leads to amyloid plaques in the brain. A study states that the fulvic acid present in Shilajit can reduce the formation of amyloid plaques in the brain. Alzheimer's disease is an age-related, irreversible, nervous disorder. Some of the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease are memory loss and a change in behaviour. Shilajit helps to reduce the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease by balancing Vata dosha.

It also has Rasayana (rejuvenating) property that reduces weakness of the nervous system and improves its functioning. Proteins such as beta-anyloid plague and tau can build up over time and lead to neuronal dysfunction and early cell death. Prolonged build- up of these proteins can eventually lead to degenerative brain conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.In the brain there is a neurotransmitter known as acetylcholine.

This enzyme is important for memory, concentration and overall  brain function. Stress and aging can decrease levels of this enzyme. Shilajit works to promote healthy levels of this enzyme, so protecting the brain from degeneration. In people with Parkinson’s disease, the levels of dopamine are reduced. Shilajit resin has been found to increase dopamine levels.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that plays a key role in regulating pleasure, reward, motivation, learning and various cognitive and motor functions in the brain and nervous system Shilajit also has the ability to restore the electrical activity of body cells and therefore can help slow down the progression of Alzheimers. Increased dopamine levels can also play a part in reducing anxiety and help cope with the negative effects of stress on the body.

It is worth noting that research studies are still in their early stages for Shilajit, but they show promising results.

  1. Stress and Shilajit: Are you stressed out? Shilajit helps you like a stress-busting buddy, like having a chill pill and helping you find your inner zen and calm while conquering your day like a boss!

Shalajit has adaptogenic properties, meaning it can help the body adapt to stress and maintain balance in times of physical and mental strain. As an adaptogen, it will help to protect you from stress and thrive in any environment. Try our Nature Empowered Premium Shilajit. 

  1. Shilajit for Libido and Fertility: Want to grow your family? Shilajit has been known to lend a hand in the baby-making department. Shilajit has been used traditionally as an aphrodisiac to improve sexual function and libido. It naturally can help fertility and reproductive health in both men and women.
  1. Shilajit for Hormonal Balance: This incredible resin is also known to help balance hormones in males and females. In makes it helps boost and balance testosterone levels and helps with sperm motility and in females it helps balance the estrogen and progesterone balance. This is especially important in menopause and perimenopause when estrogen levels decline.
  1. Shilajit for Gut Health and Digestion : The abundance of fulvic humic acid in Shilajit provides nutrients that support the ability of beneficial gut bacterial to form a healthy “microbiome” within the body. Shilajit helps to restore the gut microbiome within the body. A microbiome is the bacteria “ecosystem” that resides in the digestive system. It may improve the body’s ability to absorb essential nutrients from foods. It can also support a healthy digestion.

The benzoic acid present in Shilajit is powerfully antibacterial and regular consumption as been known to reduce SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth), which is present in 85% of patients with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). Benzoic acid has also been shown to inhibit the growth of Helicobacter pylori (H pylori), a nasty bacterium that is highly linked to peptic ulcers.

  1. Shilajit for Cancer Chemotherapy: During cancer chemotherapy, free radicals are generated during chemotherapy and can damage the normal cells around the area of the tumour cell. The fulvic and humic acid which is naturally present in Shilajit helps to destroy the free radicals with its antioxidant property. This helps to also minimize the pain in cancer treatment. Always seek advice from a healthcare professional.
  1. Shilajit and heavy metal toxicity: Shiajit may help to detoxify the body by removing toxins and heavy metals because of the presence of fulvic and humic acid as they are porous in nature. They absorb harmful chemicals and toxins that build up in the body and help to eliminate them.

It is important that Shilajit be taken in very small amounts, you can read our book or ebook for further information on recommended doses.

  1. Shilajit for low oxygen in tissues (hypoxia): Hypoxia is a condition in which the body or some parts of the body do not receive enough oxygen. This might be due to an inadequate amount of blood in the body or inability of blood to carry enough oxygen.

Fulvic acid present in Shilajit helps in blood formation and enhances the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood.  According to Ayurveda, Shilajit has the ability to  Shilajit is known as ‘Yogavahi’ which means it has the ability to enhance the absorption of elements like iron as well as improves the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood.

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  1. It may increase activity of immune system. If you are suffering from any immunological disorders, any immune system disorders such as systemic lupus, erthematosis or rheumatoid arthritis or multiple sclerosis then you should consult a doctor before taking Shilajit.
  2. Shilajit may effect the uric acid levels, so it is advised if you are taking Shilajit with uric-acid lowering drugs to consult a doctor prior to taking and regularly have your uric acid levels monitored. [9].
  3. Avoid Shilajit if you are breastfeeding or pregnant due to lack of scientific evidence 4].
  4. Shilajit may lower blood glucose levels. If you are diabetic you should consult your doctor before considering to take Shilajit and if you are on diabetic medication. You should also regularly monitor your blood glucose levels.
  5. Do not take Shilajit if you have sickle cell anaemia, hemochromatosis (too much iron in the blood), or thalassemia. Stop taking Shilajit if you develop a rash, increased heart rate or dizziness and consult a healthcare professional.
  6. Consult a healthcare professional if you are taking any prescription medication before taking Shilajit.
  7. Consult a healthcare professional if you have any underlying healthcare conditions before taking Shilajit.
  8. From an Ayurvedic perspective, due to it hot natured potency, high doses of Shilajit can lead to a heat and burning sensation within the body due to an imbalance of Pitta Dosha. Do not exceed the recommended dose.

Shilajit and Mitochondria (The Energy Powerhouse):

One of the ways Shilajit boosts energy in the body is through increasing the function of the mitochondria.  The mitochondria is the power source, or battery of the cells in the body.

Mitochondria (the power generators of the cells) converts various nutrients and oxygen into adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is known as the ‘molecular currency’ of intracellular energy transfer.

The more of this ‘currency’ you spend, the less energy you have to expend. By increasing ATP, Shilajit functions as a natural energy booster, increases stamina and is taken by many athletes to enhance performance.

Studies have also found that combining Shilajit with Coenzyme Q10 boosts the efficient of CoQ10 (a cellular antioxidant in the body), CoQ10 fuels cellular energy by boosting mitochondria function, which declines as we age. Shilajit with CoQ10 enhances mitochondrial health and it’s been shown to elevate the body’s ATP, its primary source of energy. 

It's important to note that while Shilajit has a long history of traditional use and some promising research, more comprehensive scientific studies are needed to fully understand its benefits, mechanisms of action, and potential side effects. If you have an underlying medical health condition, then it’s you should consult a healthcare professional before adding it to your supplements.

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The content of this website is purely informative in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. We do not  assume any responsibility for any inaccuracies or errors.

It is also important to note that while Shilajit offers numerous potential benefits , its effects can vary from person to person. As with any supplement or natural remedy, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before incorporating it  if you have underlying medical conditions or are taking medications. Additionally, ensure that you source high-quality Shilajit from reputable suppliers to maximize its potential benefits, such as the Nature Empowered Shilajit.

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This blog has become my go-to resource for learning about natural remedies, and I’m excited to explore the benefits of Salajeet further. Thank you for sharing such valuable knowledge!

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