What are the benefits of Patanjali Ashwashila

What are the benefits of Patanjali Yog Peeth's Shilajit capsule?

Patanjali Yogpeeth is a large institute for yoga and Ayurvedic medicine in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India. It has a treatment center and herbal medicine manufacturing facility. The on-site pharmacy is called Divya Aushadhi Nirmanshala and has been ISO-9001 and World Health Organization Good Manufacturing Practices certified. The Shilajit produced here, which is derived from a naturally occurring compound in rock layers, therefore complies with certain quality control and safety standards that are intended to preserve its health benefits.

Consult your doctor before using shilajit to treat any disease.

Fights ulcers

In a 2004 study published for the California College of Ayurveda, Robert Talbert explains that Shilajit has been shown to reduce ulcers in laboratory rats. The anti-ulcerogenic activity in rats suggests that shilajit could be an effective treatment for gastric ulcers in humans. Shilajit contains fulvic acid and other substances that protect against ulcers by reducing acid and pepsin secretion. Pepsin is an enzyme in the stomach that breaks proteins into smaller pieces to make them easier to digest. Shilajit also increases the stomach's mucous barrier, thus protecting against damage from digestive fluids.

Adaptogenic properties

Talbert also says that shilajit has adaptogenic properties. Adaptogens are substances that help the body fight stress and trauma and regenerate it. Other adaptogens that are used in medicinal plants such as Ayurveda include ginseng and ashwagandha. Talbert quotes the "Caraka Samhita", an early Ayurvedic text, which says that Shilajit can effectively rejuvenate the body. The Caraka also says that shilajit increases the overall lifespan of human life and keeps the body free from disease and decay.

Increases sex drive

Doctor of Chiropractic Michael Hartman explains that Shilajit was known by Himalayan villagers to increase sex drive in addition to other benefits. The villagers observed monkeys chewing shilajit from layers of rock. The villagers admitted the shilajit was the monkey's strength and longevity and began to eat it themselves. Improvements in health and memory were reportedly accompanied by increases in libido, according to villagers. According to Morpheme Remedies, an Ayurvedic information and product website, Shilajit is known as "Indian Viagra" and is said to bring the sex drive back to the teenage stage.