The steep rocks of the Himalayan
tundras, warmed by ages of bright sunshine and mated
with successive generations of grass, moss and
wildflower, exude a dark sticky substance rich with
medicinal powers. This substance was discovered by the
ancient rishis thousands of years ago and adopted by
Ayurveda for its restorative properties. They named it
Shilajatu or Shilajit.
In the hands of the ancient physicians…..
The ancient. Ayurvedic physicians used Shilajit to
treat, among other things disorders bronchitis,
digestive disorders, renal and bladder problems,
nervous diseases, diabetes, anaemia and fractured
bones, To increases vigour and vitality, as antiseptic
and anti-inflammatory. The Unani physicians used it
too, as an antidote to poison and in the treatment of
various problems including arthritis and inflammation.
Tested by Time and Science
The medicinal and therapeutic properties of Shilajit-arising
from its organic compounds and minerals-have stood the
test of time. The composition of Shilajit is no longer
a mystery, and its clinical use around the world has
validated many century-old beliefs in Shilajit
What does Shilajit contain?
Shilajit is complex but completely natural mixture of
minerals with organic and inorganic compounds. It
contains aluminium, antimony, calcium, cobalt, copper,
iron, lithium, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum,
phosphorus, silica, sodium, strontium, zinc, fatty
acids, hippuric acid, benzoic acid, tannic acid,
fulvic acid, chebulic acid, resin and waxy matter,
gums, albuminoids and glycosides.
Health through harmony
Shilajit brings about balanced and harmonious
health in all users-men and women, young and old. It
acts as a restorative tonic, slowing down wear and
tear of body tissues, which in turn delays ageing.
Empirical evidence is constantly emerging of its
effectiveness against anaemia, liver dysfunction and
Studies on the effects of Shilajit yield
- Regains lost vital force of body cells
- A body regulator
- Benzoic acid in Shlajit is
- VP Tiwari, KC Tiwari and Joshi: An
interpretation of Ayurvedika findings on Silajatu.
Journal of research in indigenous Medicine, vol. 8, p
- S Ghosal et al: Mast cell protecting effects of
Shilajit and its constituents, phytotherapy research,
vol.3, p250, 1989
- S. Ghosal et al: Anti ulcerogenic activity of
fulvic acids and 4-methoxy-6-carbomethoxybiphenyl
isolated from Shilajit, phytotherapy research, vol.2,
p 188 1988
- S B Acharya et al: Pharmacological action of
Shilajit, India journal of experimental biology,
vol.26, p775-777, 1988
- Dr. P Denisenko, Leningrad medical institute,
reported in The Statesman, Calcutta, April 6, 1987
Asphaltum (Sudh shilajit) 500 mg.
One to two capsule daily with water
Presentation: Bottle of 1 x 60 Capsules
Pkg. Size: 1 x 60 Capsules