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Arabic Name : Moomiyaa, Zift
Bengali Name : Silajato
English Name : Asphalt, Mineral Pitch, Jew’s Pitch
French Name : Asphalte
German Name : Asphalt
Gujarati Name : Shilajit
Hindi Name : Shilajit, Ral-yahudi
Kannada Name : Shilajit
Latin name : Asphaltum
Marathi Name : Shilajit
Persian Name : Momyai
Sanskrit Name : Shilajit
Urdu Name : Salajit
Recommended Dosage: 500 mg to 1 g purified.
Contraindication: This mineral is contraindicated when there is high uric acid count or during febrile diseases.
“There is hardly any curable disease which cannot be controlled or cured with the aid of Shilajit.” - Famous Indian Vaid Charak (1st Century AD.). It has alterative, anodyne, antiaging, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, blood purifier, cholagogue, disinfectant, diuretic, expectorant, laxative (mild), rejuvenative and tonic properties. It is used by Hakims and Vaids in a great variety of diseases. It is specially employed as a general tonic in genitourinary diseases, diabetes, gall stones, jaundice, painful and bleeding piles, enlarged liver and spleen, fermentative dyspepsia, digestive disorders, menstrual problems, worms, renal and bladder calculi, nervousness, sexual neurasthenia, hysteria, anaemia and in bone fracture. Effective in biliary congestion, phthisis, acute and chronic bronchitis, bronchiectasis and asthma.
It is valuable in cases of diabetic albuminuria, excessive thirst, polyuria, burning sensation and exhaustion. It also stimulates the immune system and protects the heart, brain and other vital organs of the body. Gives strength and vitality in old age. Excellent for cholesterol reduction and obesity.