Shilajit is jam packed with nutrients with many health benefits for both mind and body. Its healing and vitality properties combined with its impressive nutritional value make it the ultimate superfood.

With over 85 essential nutrients, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, proteins, amino acids, carbon 60, dibenzo-alpha-pyrones, humins and the key ingredient, fulvic acid, adding shilajit to your diet can provide endless health benefits.



In Ayurvedic medicine, the use of shilajit has been prolific for thousands of years. It has been documented in ancient scriptures (notably the 'Charaka Samhita' and 'Sushrut Samhita'), as being used as a panacea for preventing and treating inflammations and disease in the body. 

Shilajit is a rejuvanator known as a 'rasayana' in Ayurveda. It has the ability to balance all three 'Doshas' (see blog for more info on doshas) and nourish the body and mind from a cellular level.


Although the power of shilajit has been known by ancient cultures, its natural healing properties are now being discovered by western science. Its uses are increasing rapidly throughout the world as people are beginning to discover the wonders of holistic health and natural medicine.  


Health Benefits

may include:

Boosts Energy & Stamina

Supports Male & Female Sexual Function

Supports Mental and Cognitive Function

Supports Function of the Immune System

Antioxidant & Antiviral 

Removing Toxicity

Reduces Inflammation

Helps Maintain the Health of the Prostate Gland

Supports the Metabolism of Fats & Sugars

Helps to Normalise Body Weight

Helps Maintain the Health of the Urinary System

Helps Maintain Balance and Comfort of the Menstrual Cycle

Helps to Maintain Bone Strength

Cellular Rejuvenation and Vitality

Helps to Balance Hormone Levels

For some further details on how our shilajit products can benefit you, please check out our blog below.


*Disclaimer - We are not medical professionals and do not give medical advice. If unsure whether to take shilajit please consult with your GP first. Health claims are not authorised by European governing bodies.