Processing of the herbs is as important for the quality of the product and place of origin of the herb. In Ayurveda, the quality of the herbs is of utmost importance
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Ayurveda uses a lot of herbs and roots but some of these are of exceptional value. The five pillars of Ayurveda are: Ashwagandha, Amla, Tulsi, Mulethi and Giloy. These five are the honeydew of Ayurveda and are used in almost all Ayurvedic medicines. Their benefits range from boosting immunity to controlling diabetes to fighting infections.
Pure and authentic Shilajit is difficult to obtain. And therefore, it has led to multiple cases where fake or adulterated Shilajit being sold. Shilajit is beneficial only if consumed in pure form. There are various methods to test its authenticity, some of which are very simple and can be easily done at home from the basic things.
There is a famous saying that ‘excess of everything is bad,’ and if the use of anything is unknown, it’s abuse inevitable. Read on to learn about the best way to consume this magical herb.
This article shall focus on the myriad health benefits, studies claim Shilajit retains, that does wonders in improving not only everyone’s health but specifically women’s.
Pure Shilajit is one of the rarest natural substances on the planet. It has unimaginable health benefits that are hard to overlook, from increasing immunity to acting as a powerful aphrodisiac.