In modern times, we’re often living a stresfull 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 bodys everyday. Regular activity often leave us without energy and with a body proned to sickness as our immune system can’t always cope with everything we put it trough.
Okay, so we already told you everything positive effects of Shilajit on our well-being. As you probably noticed (those who’re ingesting it regularly more so), it effect many different aspects of our lives. From boosting coognitive and mental functions which happens to play a mayor role in basicaly everything we do in our daily lives to supporting physical, emotional and spiritual functions. The world ”Shilajit” itself actualy means ”destroyer of the disease”…
If you’re new to Shilajit and are eager to try this incredible substance then you probably noticed how many resellers Google gives us on our first search. While the number itself isnt something to fret about, the difference in price certainly is. Why exactly does the price varie so much between what seems to be the same product in same quantity?
Since shilajit has a long history of use within different cultures it doesnt come as a surprise that its an extremely old substance that traces its first cases of use back to the old days…sixth century BCE to be exact and thats a long time. Ancient Sanskrit text on medicine and surgery called Sushruta Samhita was the first to mention shilajit as a strong healing substance and is one of the most important treaties on this subject to survive from the ancient world.
Shilajit is an ancient herbal substance and medicine that contains over eighty-five minerals and trace elements the human body needs to function optimally. It has been consumed as a dietary supplement for thousands of years in Asia because of the many benefits it provides. This substance is most commonly found in the domain of traditional Indian Ayurveda medicine, however, it has recently become popular in the west.
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