Alternative medicines such as herbs can have optimistic impact on your health. Shilajit, an herb original to the Himalayan Mountains has been used in Indian medical practices as a preventative medicine as well as to cure ailments. Shilajit is an organic mineral matter that is used in the Indian alternative medicine of Ayurveda. Although its traditional use is long-standing, it is not particularly popular outside of South Asia.
Shilajit is widely used in training of ayurvedic medicines and is regard as one of the most significant ingredient in ayurvedic system of medicine. It is a part famous ayurvedic medicines like chandraprabha vati, arogya vardhani vati, and most significant of all Chawanprash. It works as an influential anti oxidant thereby delaying aging.
How to Take Shilajit: -
• Begin by taking 300 mg of Shilajit per day. This may be taken at any time throughout the day, but it should be taken with water. If you are using liquid Shilajit, mix it in juice or water. • If your body does well with 300 mg of Shilajit and you do not knowledge a rash, headache or other reaction, add in an additional 100 mg of Shilajit per day and work up to 500 mg. An average dose of Shilajit is between 300 to 500mg daily. • Cut back on Shilajit if you experience any apathetic side effects. Increase your water consumption.
Shilajit Side Effects: -
• Shilajit increases the production of uric acid in the body and can thus get worse gout. Other than that, doses as high as 3g per kilogram in a single day wrought no adverse effects in mice, according to a study cited by Talbert.
Shilajit Other Health Benefits: -
• Anemia - With all its rich mineral contents, shilajit is used extensively to treat anemia. It is a rich source of trace minerals and also contains iron. The fulvic acids in shilajit help carry the iron into the body making it biologically available for creating red blood cells that are essential elements to prevent anemia. • Antioxidant activity - Antioxidants can safely neutralize a free radical without becoming a free radical them self. Shilajit is a powerful antioxidant that has the added benefit of being able to cross the blood-brain barrier. • Anti Aging - Several minerals in natural ionic form in shilajit can be simply absorbed by the body cells and maintain the body's energy metabolism. fulvic acid found in shilajit penetrates the cell walls and transport minerals into the cells and thus acts as an excellent anti aging herb that works for reversing and arresting the aging process. • Arthritis - The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of Shilajit assist in reducing and relieving joint inflammation and pain thus providing relief to arthritis patients. • Diabetes - Shilajit has been traditionally used by Ayurveda to maintain the blood sugar levels and thus treating diabetes.
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