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Know what is Shilajit, its benefits

Shilajit is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine. It is a safe supplement that has a positive effect on your overall health and well-being.

Everyone must have heard the name of Shilajit. It is a dark brown sticky substance found in the Himalayan mountains between India and Nepal. Shilajit is usually found on the hills in India but its maximum quantity is found on the Himalayan hills and inside Gilgit Baltistan.

Shilajit is like a stone in appearance. It is thick and hard but glutinous in appearance. Shilajit is dark brown in colour. Shilajit is very bitter astringent in taste. When it dries it smells like cow urine. According to Ayurveda, Shilajit is made of stone.

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Benefits of Shilajit

Its miraculous benefits have also been told a lot in Ayurveda. It has been known in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries as an anti-aging agent. Although Shilajit can be used by both men and women, its benefits are more for women. So let us know what are the properties of Shilajit.

1- Women are more prone to gout than men. Pro-inflammatory compounds are formed due to increased oxidative stress in women suffering from arthritis. The antioxidant present in Shilajit works to prevent the condition from worsening by destroying free radicals.

2- They also help in repairing the damage caused by harmful free radicals in our body. With regular consumption of Shilajit, women can feel more active and energetic than before.

3- Shilajit can be used as a better option to control increased blood pressure. This thing has also been considered in an Ayurvedic research related to Shilajit.

4- Shilajit can also be used to avoid diabetes. Shilajit has anti-diabetic (blood sugar lowering) properties.

5- Benefits of Shilajit can also be helpful in terms of controlling increased cholesterol. To understand the effect of Shilajit, research was done on rats.

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