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Stone Blood Shilajit: Why You Should Be Taking Shilajit

Stone Blood Shilajit is composed mainly of humic substances, including fulvic acid, that account for around 60% to 80% of the total nutraceutical compound... Shilajit is known as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and memory enhancer.

What are the Benefits of Shilajit?

In Ayurveda, Shilajit is considered to be a Rasayana, a Sanskrit word, with the literal meaning: Path (āyana) of essence (rasa). It is a term that in early ayurvedic medicine means the science of lengthening lifespan.

Shilajit is often referred to as the "Destroyer of Weakness" or "Conqueror of Mountains" because of its powerful rejuvenating qualities.

Shilajit is literally rare and hard to find a product of millions of years of highly compressed plant material and humus - the existence and use of Shilajit was a closely guarded secret of the Yogis of Himalayas for many centuries.

(The Indian Yogis considered Shilajit as God's gift and nectar of longevity.)

Ancient Indian scriptures mention the wonderful powers of Shilajit in tackling most of the ailments of body and mind.

Often called "Tar of the Gods", because of how it oozes from rocks as a thick brown/black tar-like substance, Shilajit contains 85+ minerals in ionic form, Vitamins, Fulvic acid, and very important phytonutrients.

Shilajit may effectively prolong cell life and keep it healthy for a very long time. No wonder the Indian Yogis called Shilajit as Amrita or The Elixir Of Life.

 

Why Choose Stoneblood Shilajit?

Stoneblood Shilajit is the world's first North American Shilajit. 

And, whereas we cannot speak to the level of purity of other imitation "tonics" or brands, we guarantee Stoneblood Shilajit is wildcrafted and refined honoring the traditional Himalayan methods to bring you the purest form of USA sourced and wild-crafted Shilajit on the market. https://stonebloodshilajit.com/

Beneficial Effects

Has a: – rejuvenating effect – significant antioxidant properties Support: – mental and cognitive function – a balanced function of the immune system – male & female sexual function – the metabolism of fats and sugars Helps maintain: – the strength of bones and health of joints – balance and comfort of the menstrual cycle – the health of the urinary system – the health of the prostate gland Helps: – to normalize body weight

Welcome to QUALITY LIFE WITH SHILAJIT! Maybe you’re just starting with Shilajit or maybe you just want to learn a bit more about it...either way, this blog is just for you.

We decided that It deserves more recognition in the modern world because of its incredible healing potential. It’s actually one of the oldest substances used in natural medicine and It has been recognized by modern science in recent times, which led to a deeper understanding of Shilajit and how it can change your life.

But before we get into the whole learning business, let stop at the naming. As you probably noticed, we’re using Shilajit a lot, but it's actually known by many names. More popular ones are Mumie, Mumio, Mumie Shilajit, etc, but for the sake of readability, we’ll stick to the name Shilajit in this blog.

Now, for everybody who’s just hearing about it, we’ll just say that Shilajit is a natural resin-like substance that exudes from the unspoiled slopes of the Altai mountains. In the thousands of years of its creation, this ‘mountain pitch’ gets highly enriched with minerals, vitamins and other vital properties. Keep in mind, that this is just the short version because Shilajit is so much more than this...want to know more? Read on!

 

Alright, so before we begin this journey, it’s worth noting that to this point the exact origin of Shilajit was never truly and exactly determined. This could partially be blamed on the fact that extensive and costly scientific research was required if we were to understand Shilajit completely. Nevertheless, a study was made by Dr. Shibnah Ghosal, a professor and head of the department of pharmaceuticalstvvine pharmaceuticals on the Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University and research adviser to Natreon, Inc, India, and the USA. So far in his career, he published over 400 research papers in international journals and 15 US and international patents on natural drug products and bio-informatics.

The book he published on the matter is definitely a milestone in Shilajit's research and has managed to bring up a very interesting and scientifically important approach to understanding this amazing substance. We’ll try to give you the short version since the research he made is quite extensive (two books published about it so far). So, where did everything start?

 

 

  Long before we had the proper knowledge and tools for understanding, it was believed that Mumijo was a divine substance. Of course, we’ve come a long way from then, as we successfully traded superstition for scientific research. Naturally, if we want to understand something, we have to go back to its source.

And just as it happens, everything started with humus 200 million years ago. The most commonly accepted theory so far, states that Shilajit was created from plant-derived humus with the help of repeated tectonic plate incidents all over the planet. This caused the stacking of dead plant material under high pressure, turning in to Shilajit along the way. This was further divided into four different theories, each one explaining this process differently, raging from a microbiological point of view to chemical polymerization. We won't go into details, but it’s safe to say they all failed to give sufficient proof. 

 

As we mentioned before, costly and extensive research was not yet attempted on a bigger scale. Much-needed research from Dr. Ghosal has proved a highly plausible link between ammonite based hummus and the formation of bioactive compounds of Shilajit. To understand all of this, we should go about 400 million years back, when first ammonites presumably appeared. You probably know them as the famous fossils in rocks.

The only living representative is the famous Nautilus who is considered a ”living fossil”. They were very common in the ocean until they became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous Period. In the process of sudden mass extinction, about three-quarters of the plant and animal species on Earth were eradicated. Until that moment, ammonites we’re stacking on the ocean floor for millions of years, forming ”layers” of ammonites in the ground. Consequently, the previously mentioned tectonic plate movement caused these layers of ammonites to slowly turn in to Shilajit over a long period of time.

You might ask yourselves at this point, where exactly is the connection between all of this? Well, the connection lies in certain organic compounds and conjugates that can be found in shilajit, ammonites, and asteroids. The compounds are fullerene, fullerene-C-, -N- and -O- centered abducts, metals and minerals in addition to other bio-active compounds, common to all. A fundamental problem of tracing the source of these primordial organic compounds and derivates has now been solved by unearthing the Celestial link between Shilajit and asteroids. The above mentioned organic compounds and conjugates were produced in ammonites and Shilajit by humification of sedimentary rock soil, which is a completely different source that we originally thought.

 

 

This so-called asteroids or Celestial debris has steadily fallen on earth over millions of ages, creating a sort of Shale, which protected both ammonite layers and Shilajit from microbial infestation. Essentially, this means that in order for Shilajit to be created from layers of ammonites it had to be protected from microbiological degradation since it would lose all its healing abilities this way.

Shale successfully protected ammonites while they were turning in to humus, which resulted in the formation of bio-active compounds later found in Shilajit. ”Another important message that has come out from the above discoveries is that humus, produced from plants is ENTIRELY different in chemistry and properties from those of rock soil humus (also called Shilajit). Rock soil humus, where ammonites are the substrate materials along with sedimentary rock and Shale from asteroids form the seat of the Shilajit creation process.

(Ghosal, 2017) This celestial debris we previously called ”Shale” provided the stability to the Shilajit and successfully supported the whole creation process. In other words, without Shale from asteroids and bio-active components from ammonites, the creation of Shilajit would not be possible. So, is this the proof we needed? Not exactly, since nothing can be 100% sure, but it does bring up an interesting point of view and what's more important...a theory backed up by science, which is more than others can provide.

 

However It was created, Shilajit’s ability to rejuvenate and heal a cell by driving oxygen and nutrients into the cell and supporting the body’s natural antioxidant activity is unmatched. The minerals in Shilajit are in an ionic form, which means the body can more easily absorb and move them to areas where they are needed for growth and maintenance of cells. Although it is an herbal supplement, it is still outside the food and drug administration authority. There are claims that there is no conclusive evidence about the manner in which Shilajit aids the body’s metabolism and overall health, however, a number of empirical studies and user testimonies have proven that it does indeed have a very positive overall impact on the health and well-being of people who consume it regularly.

Active Ingredients:

All of the 85 minerals and vitamins found in Shilajit are in the ionic form, which helps with their absorption and consequently increasing Shilajit’s healing potential.

Also the fact, that it contains numerous elements of the periodic table and various health-boosting substances are also no small wonder. So, for starters, let's just name a few of them: Vitamin B including B2, B6 and B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, Iron, Copper, Zinc, Manganese, Magnesium, Nickel, Potassium, Silicon, Silver, Sodium, Barium, Sulfur, Iodine, Strontium, Rubidium, Cesium, Chromium, Antimony, Vanadium, Molybdenum and many many more. For now, we’ll focus on the few important ones and have a quick look at how they can benefit our health.

 

Vitamins that belong in the B class have many positive effects on our bodies. They play a very important role in cell metabolism, where each B vitamin is either a cofactor for key metabolic processes or is a precursor needed to make one.

Vitamin B2 - also called Riboflavin, can actually be found in a vast number of different foods., though it's never present in bigger quantities. It plays an important role in the metabolism of nutrients, proper functioning of the nervous system, maintenance of healthy mucous membranes, skin, vision, and it plays a role in reducing fatigue and exhaustion while protecting the body from oxidative stress.

Riboflavin supplies are only available in the body for 1 to 2 weeks, so it is important to ingest it regularly. Pregnant and lactating mothers have a slightly greater need for riboflavin, but the need for individuals increases with increased physical activity, serious illness, surgery and injury, absorption disorders and chronic alcohol consumption. Many of these health claims have also been endorsed by the European Food Safety Authority, EFSA.

 

Vitamin B6 - The term includes more than one water-soluble compound such as pyridoxine, pyridoxamine, pyridoxal, and phosphoric acid esters. It is involved in more than 100 enzymatic reactions, predominantly in amino acid metabolism, and plays an important role in homocysteine metabolism, influences nervous system functions, immune resistance, hemoglobin synthesis and brain development in the uterus and early childhood.

Vitamin B6, as a coenzyme, is involved in protein metabolism and is also important in the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats. Because it participates in the synthesis of neurotransmitters, it plays an important role in cognitive development while regulating the level of homocysteine and amino acids in the blood. It is also involved in the functioning of the immune system, the production of red blood cells and cysteine, regulating hormone function, and contributes to reducing fatigue and exhaustion.

 

 Vitamin B12 is also called cobalamin because it has cobalt as a part of its structure. It plays a role in reducing fatigue and exhaustion, and is also required for the normal functioning of the immune and nervous systems, for normal psychological functioning, and is involved in nutrient metabolism, DNA synthesis, and homocysteine metabolism.

Vitamin B12 is also involved in the process of red blood cell formation, and at the same time plays a very important role in converting the folic acid reserve and transport forms into its effective form. The recommended daily intake of vitamin B12 for an adult is 2.5 µg. Such intake is easy to achieve with a mixed, varied and balanced diet, and much more difficult with a strict vegetarian diet (veganism) since this vitamin is found mainly in foods of animal origin. Just as an example, you can get the required amount of Vitamin B12 if you ingest a meat patty containing 130g of mixed meat. There is an increased need for this vitamin during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as it is passed on to the fetus or to the milk.

Some people, especially older adults and patients with bowel and/or stomach disorders, may have difficulty absorbing vitamin B12. Such individuals require higher intakes of Vitamin B12.

Iron is an essential element for the body with many important roles - it participates in the transport and storage of oxygen, but is also a cofactor in the metabolism of certain nutrients. It also plays a major role in life important redox reactions: DNA synthesis, electron and oxygen transfer, respiration, metabolism of amino acids, fats, alcohol, vitamin A and sulfite.

Chronic iron deficiency (and associated anemia) is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies in the world - characteristic of both developed and underdeveloped countries. Reduced iron stores may initially appear to be a loss of appetite, and a more serious deficiency can adversely affect physical performance, decreased iron-related enzymes function, disruption of thermoregulation, and also compromise immune resistance due to iron involvement in the immune system, which is reflected in increased sensitivity organism.

Women in the pre-menopause stage have an increased need for iron (15 mg) due to blood loss during menstruation, and after the menopause period, the need is reduced to around 10 mg. Iron requirements are also increased during pregnancy and lactation as this element is essential for normal fetal development and growth of the baby. People who eat solely vegetarian food also have a greater need for iron - due to the lower usability of the non-chemical form of iron found in plants. The required daily intake of iron is 14 mg.

 

Copper is a trace microelement that must be consumed with food. It is only about 0.1 g in the body, but it is nevertheless necessary for many processes. Copper is important for growth, immune defense, bone health, maturation of red and white blood cells, metabolism of iron, cholesterol, and glucose, nervous system function, skin and hair discoloration, elastic and connective tissue formation and protection cells against oxidative stress while being the building block of enzymes and proteins.

The bioavailability of copper in foods varies between 30 and 70%. To prevent major copper losses, it is advisable to prepare food in minimal amounts of water and to minimize cooking time.

The absorption of copper depends on the amount of copper consumed. The higher the dose, the lower the absorption efficiency. Copper needs are increased in smokers, intense exercise, high ambient temperatures, infections and injuries, which can increase needs by 50%.

Zinc is an element that is present in all body fluids and tissues. It is important for normal growth and development of the body, neurological function, reproductive function, wound healing and normal functioning of the immune system. It is naturally occurring in many foods and many are enriched with it.

It is involved in more than 100 enzymatic reactions in the body and plays an important role in immune system function, protein synthesis, wound healing, protection of cells from oxidative stress, macronutrient and vitamin A metabolism, cognitive functions, DNA synthesis, and cell division.

Zinc plays an important role in the growth and development of the body, it is necessary for taste and smell and contributes to the maintenance of healthy bones, vision, hair, nails, and skin. It is also involved in maintaining normal testosterone levels in the blood and plays a role in fertility and reproductive function. Increased needs for zinc are mainly found in infants, children, teenagers, pregnant and lactating women, and older adults.

 

 It is the most common cell fluid cation, important for maintaining fluid, acid and electrolyte balance. It is of paramount importance for nerve signaling, which acts by exchanging sodium and potassium ions, maintaining cell polarity, transmitting cardiac impulses, contracting muscles, cell growth, transferring nutrients and metabolites throughout the body, and activating enzymes. Isotope sodium intake (mainly in the form of salt added to foods) is often highlighted as a cause of high blood pressure, while increased potassium intake is expected to help lower blood pressure.

However, it turned out that these minerals could not be considered completely separate. Research has shown that the ratio of potassium ingested to sodium is a more important indicator of our health than the values of each mineral individually. In the past, people with vegetables, fruits - leaves, roots, flowers, and other plant foods consumed higher amounts of potassium - estimated at around 11,000 mg per day - and about 700 mg of sodium per day.

The ratio between the two in the human diet at that time was up to 1:16 in favor of potassium. Today, the average person consumes more sodium than potassium, so the ratio today is different and is 1.4: 1 in favor of sodium. Research has shown that the higher the ratio tends to favor sodium, the higher our risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack, and premature death. Increased potassium intake (and reduced sodium intake) thus lowers blood pressure, thereby helping to reduce the risk of stroke, coronary heart disease and the last stage of kidney disease. At the same time, some studies suggest that increased potassium intake may improve glucose tolerance, glucose control, and insulin resistance, thereby reducing the risk of diabetes.

 

Magnesium (Mg) is an essential mineral for humans - we have about 25 g in the body of an adult, most of it in the bones (50-60%). As a cofactor, it is involved in more than 300 enzymatic systems involved in protein synthesis, cell division, muscle, nerve and heart function, blood glucose regulation and blood pressure.

It is required for energy metabolism, especially in the process of oxidative phosphorylation and glycolysis. It is involved in maintaining healthy bones and teeth, nervous system function, and normal psychological functioning, electrolyte balance, while being important for normal DNA and RNA formation.

Magnesium requirements depend on the individual’s age, growth period, physical activity, pregnancy or lactation, exposure to stress, the amount of fluid consumed, as well as the consumption of certain medications and health status. Greater needs may occur due to diarrhea, vomiting, consumption of laxatives and diuretics, alcohol abuse, type II diabetes, or hyperparathyroidism. The recommended daily intake of Mg is around 375mg; women usually need a bit smaller quantity than men. Also, only between 30 and 60% of ingested magnesium is absorbed. Reduced absorption and losses of magnesium are caused by dietary fiber, phytic acid (phytates), caffeine, phosphate, and some processing (mainly cooking) and processing (some fertilizers) causes losses. In patients with bowel disease, polyuria, type II diabetes, and diarrhea, absorption is further reduced.

 

 DBPs mean dibenzo-α-pyrones and DCPs stand for Dibenzo-α-pyrone chromoproteins. They exhibit a variety of biological activities such as cytotoxic, antioxidant, antiallergic, antimicrobial, antinematodal, and acetylcholinesterase inhibitory properties.

At least 53 dibenzo-α-pyrones have been reported in the past few decades. Interestingly enough, these Shilajit bioactive occur also in living animals and in human blood.

Processed Shilajit has been reported to exhibit a number of important biological activities in animals and in human beings. Among these, energy transduction and blood sugar-lowering effects are prominent.

The other bioactivities induce sustained lowering of blood pressure, beneficient cardiac effects, aphrodisiac action, improvement of learning acquisition, memory retrieval and immunomodulation.

 

Amino acids are organic compounds that contain amine (-NH2) and carboxyl (-COOH) functional groups, along with a side chain specific to each amino acid. The key elements of an amino acid are carbon (C), hydrogen (H), oxygen (O), and nitrogen (N), although other elements are found in the side chains of certain amino acids. About 500 naturally occurring amino acids are known (though only 20 appear in the genetic code) and can be classified in many ways. So basically, they are building blocks of life.

You do not need to eat essential and nonessential amino acids at every meal, but getting a balance of them over the whole day is important. A diet based on a single plant item will not be adequate, but we no longer worry about pairing proteins (such as beans with rice) at a single meal.

Instead, we look at the adequacy of the diet overall throughout the day. Shilajit is filled with amino acids and can be a great addition to your diet.

In nature, it can be found in many plants, Shilajit and of course in the very popular spice – Cinnamon. It stimulates blood circulation and prevents blood clots from forming. Coumarins also soothe the feeling of pain, have an antibacterial effect while lowering ‘’bad’’ cholesterol. Just make sure you intake the prescribed dosed of Shilajit since even good substances can be harmful if abused.

 

Sterols reduce the cholesterol levels in people with an inherited tendency toward high cholesterol (familial hypercholesterolemia). Sterols are effective for reducing cholesterol levels in children and adults with high cholesterol levels due to familial hypercholesterolemia. When taken in people who are also following a low-fat or cholesterol-lowering diet, plant sterols can reduce total and “bad” low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol more than the diet alone.

Phospholipids, a class of lipids, or fats, are especially crucial to the health of both cell membranes and neurotransmitters. Brain cell membranes are rich in two phospholipids in particular: phosphatidylserine (PS) and phosphatidylcholine (PC), with PC accounting for the larger percentage. In our cells, the phospholipids line up in a lipid bilayer where the head of the molecule points outward and the tail inward, which helps to create a selectively permeable membrane to ions and most polar molecules. They also help with energy production, protection of gastrointestinal mucosa, support cell membrane structure and functions, act as energy storage, aid in blood clotting and provide antioxidant protection.

 

Hippuric acid is a unique natural antibiotic with antibacterial and antifungal functions. It inhibits the growth of bacteria in the urinary system. It lowers “bad” cholesterol and destroys free radicals.

 

Ellagic acid inhibits, and in certain concentrations, even completely prevents the formation of malignant cells, while having no effect on healthy ones. Moreover, it also acts as a strong antioxidant.

 

 

 As usual, we saved the best for last. Fulvic acid is formed when plants decompose, so naturally, Shilajit is rich with it. How does it affect my health, you ask? Firstly, It may block reactions in the body that cause allergy symptoms. Secondly, it helps with interrupting steps involved in the worsening of brain disorders such as dementia. Additionally, fulvic acid might reduce inflammation and prevent or slow the growth of cancer. Fulvic acid seems to have immune-stimulating and antioxidant effects. 

 

Fulvic acid can act as an immune modulator, influence the redox state, and potentially affect gut health. FVA is shown to decrease pro-inflammatory markers but also activate the immune system to kill bacteria. It is shown to reduce oxidative stress and even induce apoptosis in hepatic cancer lines. It is shown to also influence the microbiome and possibly improve gut function. It appears to have a yin-yang effect when it comes to these physiological states.

 

Its almost unique to Shilajit and can actually be hard to come by, so keep that in mind!

As we mentioned previously, Shilajit is filled with healthy substances. We should also mention, that this is one of the reasons why buying quality Shilajit is so important since there are no shortcuts when it comes to our health. Good quality Shilajit is actually not that easy to come by. It all depends on the whole process of harvesting, where it was harvested, how it was processed and even how it is packed. 

 

Does it make sense to buy the best product and protect what is essential, the only important factor in all of this? Without a doubt. Protect your health, you only have one...and Shilajit can really make a difference here. Nature provided us with this amazing gift that in its purest form can change everything, so make sure you get the best kind possible.

 

Using Shilajit:

 

With a spoon, scoop up a piece of shilajit the size of a grain of wheat or the size of a pea (0.2 to 0.6 g) and dissolve it in 200 ml of warm fluid. Shilajit dissolves fully within a few minutes. Stir and consume.

 

Shilajit can be used in a variety of ways. It is an excellent ingredient for regeneration drinks, smoothies, and culinary specialties. It also works well with other dietary supplements and foodstuffs because it enhances their potential. In the area of cosmetics, shilajit is used for the preparation of peelings, wraps, and ointments, which have excellent results due to its high efficiency.

 

It has been researched and confirmed that Shilajit contains 85 ionic minerals, nutrients and other compounds that can be beneficial for the body. So, why shouldn’t we use it on our hair? Since some elements in Shilajit could support hair growth, we recommend you try a face-mask.

One of the methods is mixing Shilajit and honey with a quality emulator like olive oil or even eggs. The choice here is entirely yours since it can be applied in a variety of ways. Apply the mixture to your hair, hair roots and massage it gently into your scalp. You can leave it on for anywhere between 30 min to 1 hour. Then just rinse with warm water and its done. Its been reported that it can help improve hair growth, minimize hair loss and actually make them stronger.

Traditional Ayurvedic instructions recommend that shilajit be dissolved in hot organic milk, taken with ghee (clarified butter) or taken with raw, unpasteurized honey to increase mineral delivery to the body. If one is a vegan one may substitute the previously mentioned products with sesame oil or coconut oil. Follow with a cup of hot water.

Women's Health

A woman's overall well being and everyday contentment is directly linked to hormonal balance, which can if unregulated, bring unwanted stress into your life. To effectively battle everything life requires of modern women, it is important to keep your health in check. Shilajit helps in boosting female hormones like estrogen which can help regulate menstrual cycles and lessen the effect of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). That can have a big impact on your energy levels and mood, which is always welcome. Regulated hormonal activity is also directly connected to your fertility since the secretion of estrogen directly affects fertility and enhances the process of ovulation in females.

 

After menopause when the levels of estrogen fall and osteoporosis can set in, the natural hormone regulation properties of Shilajit resins are beneficial. It boosts the transfer of minerals like magnesium, phosphate, and calcium into bone and muscle tissue, resulting in improved bone density and reduced risk of bone fragility. It is used as a natural cure for osteoporosis, the bone-weakening disease and is used by a number of old age women for this purpose. Urinary system problems also occur more often with women, so this can be a really important factor in your overall health. Shilajit helps maintain the health of your urinary system, and we can proudly say we’ve had numerous praises in this department, so its something worth considering.

 

As we stated before, Shilajit is packed with vitamins, minerals, and other antioxidants. Antioxidants especially lower oxidative stress and block free radicals, which can cause much damage in your body. These free radicals can also have a negative impact on skin proteins and lead to premature aging of the skin. This can result in wrinkles, uneven skin tone, dark spots, and fine lines. With the help of Shilajit, your skin can look younger, healthier and better. It doesn’t come as a surprise, that a hair mask from Shilajit can also be very effective. Since some elements in Shilajit could support hair growth, we strongly recommend you try it.

 

One of the methods is mixing Shilajit and honey with a quality emulator like olive oil or even eggs. The choice here is entirely yours since it can be applied in a variety of ways. Apply the mixture to your hair and hair roots and massage it gently into your scalp. You can leave it on for anywhere between 30 min to 1 hour. Then just rinse with warm water and its done. Its been reported that it can help improve hair growth, minimize hair loss and actually make them stronger. This can be done once a month or on a weekly basis, depending on your needs.

One drop of this gift of nature can change everything. More and more women worldwide are using Shilajit to boost their health, bring back vitality and combat everyday stress. Shilajit offers not only a healthier alternative but a much better and satisfying lifestyle, which has proved numerous times to be the only true alternative for happiness, healthy and overall better well-being.

Men's Health

Shilajit directly affects the health of your prostate gland which results in higher sperm count, (again) improved sexual function and reduced chances of something going wrong with it. As you know, its important for men over 50 to go for regular prostate exams, since prostate cancer is more and more common. Healthy prostate can lead to a longer and happier life, so it is a no-brainer why Shilajit is so important here.

 

It also supports sexual functions...how? Problems with sexual functions are actually a very common problem amongst men, the source for which can be found both in the mental and physical areas. The daily stress of modern life can negatively impact your mental wellbeing while improper diet, lack of sleep and other factors can affect this area physically. Shilajit directly affects the amount of said hormone our body produces which results in improved sexual function and greater overall feeling. Combine that with all the extra energy you get with regular intake and you can start to understand what an impact it can have on the life of an average man.

Secondly, testosterone is the main culprit behind muscle formation, which basically means that your sports achievements will get significantly better in a shorter time. Evidently, testosterone directly affects many areas of every man's life so its extremely important to keep it on high and healthy levels.

Aging Gracefully

Aging is inevitable, taking place every second of one’s life. Nevertheless, its processes can be slowed down by taking care of our body and spirit. What goes around comes around! Our golden years can indeed be golden if we maintain physical activity, the health of our heart and coronary systems, the flexibility of our joints and a positive outlook on life. And just like muscles, mental and cognitive functions need training and upkeep. Studying is a good exercise for the brain, but it requires effort and endurance, with concentration and memory often starting to worsen in our golden years.

 

This is what makes  Shilajit such a powerful natural biostimulant because it greatly strengthens the functioning of the organism and your immune system. In the last century, it has become a subject of extensive clinical and professional research. All those who have decided to try Shilajit due to its powerful and proven strength continue to do so because it has vastly improved the state of their health.

 

 Shilajit supports and helps with mental and cognitive functions. Preserve the clarity, sharpness, and focus of your thoughts throughout your life!

 

Modern life can be very stressful. Fast-paced living requires a constantly clear mind and mental strength for combating whatever life throws at us combined with enough energy to get us successfully through the day. Shilajit helps with boosting your mental and physical health, which greatly impacts the way you live out your daily life.

 

The stresses and responsibility of one’s work can also be a major challenge. Shilajit will greatly boost your cognitive functions and sharpen your mind. This greatly improves how well you can deal with any situation and help you stay stress-free. After all, hard work requires a sharp mind. Feel what it is like to reach your true potential!

Weight Management:

 

It is no secret that obesity and other weight-related issues are on the rise in modern times. We don’t always get the chance to eat a perfectly healthy meal or even eat regularly. This results in an overweight population and consequently, problems with skin, digestion system and overall health. Mumio Shilajit supports the metabolism of fats and sugars, helping you maintain your weight without sudden and unexpected drops or raises on the scale. A healthier lifestyle can be achieved this way without drastic diets that would leave us exhausted and sooner or later, back where we started.

Mumio Shilajit offers not only a healthier alternative but a much better and satisfying lifestyle, which has proved numerous times to be the only true alternative for happiness, healthy and overall better well-being. If you’re still not sure, you’re more then welcome to read numerous testimonials from our many satisfied clients and try Shilajit for yourself.

Improved Performance:

 

In modern times, we’re often living a stressful and fast-paced life. This is mostly due to a faster tempo of everything and many of us combat this daily stress with sports and exercise. Some people even make a living out of it, like professional athletes who put immense strain on their bodies every day. Regular activity often leaves us without energy and with a body prone to sickness as our immune system can’t always cope with everything we put it trough. Mumio Shilajit proves itself in this area time and time again, where fast regeneration and the strong immune system are vital not only for maintaining health but also for achieving new and better results.

Whether you aim for a gold medal or just to beat your own record, clear aims and efficient support for the body are essential. In essence, during muscle training of any kind, muscle fibers in our bodies get ‘’ damaged’’ and then healed again overnight which results in muscle growth. While this is a perfectly normal and natural way of growing, it also means that without proper nutrition that would supply us with everything needed to heal, there won’t be any actual progress. After all, there’s just so much we can stand every day without falling apart.

It’s been noticed that Mumio Shilajit can have a considerable and noticeable effect on regeneration time after every training or workout since it boosts the synthesis of growth hormone and testosterone secretion. Testosterone is the main culprit for muscle growth while also promoting faster healing and greater bone mass. A man usually has a much greater quantity of testosterone in their bodies, since it also helps with the development of reproductive tissues such as testes and prostate alongside of previously mentioned effects. With women, it’s a bit different, since testosterone and other androgens play an important role in bone and breast health while boosting fertility, sex drive, and menstrual health. Regular intake of Shilajit can effectively change all of this for the better with numerous satisfied clients to prove it.

 

For the skeptics, researches were done to prove the difference in athletic abilities between people who use Shilajit and non-consumers of it. We could say that steroids work in the kind of a similar way since they boost the previously mentioned testosterone and growth hormone level. It’s also very important to know, that Shilajit doesn’t have ANY side effects and is not prohibited in professional sports. As a result, Shilajit doesn’t work as ‘’spectacularly’’ quickly, but that doesn’t diminish the fact that regular use creates long-lasting positive changes in muscle and connective tissues for the bones of athletes. This resulted in much faster progress overtime for Athletes that regularly ingested Shilajit as opposed to those who didn’t.

Injuries happen every day no matter if you’re a seasoned professional or just an enthusiastic beginner. Putting immense strain on our muscles and joints can result in unwanted muscle tearing and damages on a cellular level. Shilajit, with its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory function on the neurotransmitter level, reduces the sensation of pain while providing much-needed healing support. Potassium and Zinc play an important role here since they strengthen muscle tone, act as a shock absorber for excessively acidic pH values while also protecting cells from oxidative stress. And while all of this is much needed for progress, a clear head and strong cognitive functions help us get out of the bed every morning and face all kinds of physical and mental efforts. Because of all this, Mumio Shilajit received a reputation as a rejuvenating substance, as it revitalizes the entire body…from muscles to mind.

 

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