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Benefits of Shilajit for Women Health

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Shilajit has been known world wide as a male health supplement but recent researches now has established that Shilajit is also extremely beneficial for women health also.
Shilajit is a mineral herb that is being extracted from the Himalayan Mountains. It is an extrudate that extrudes out if the mountains which had an herbal origin. Due to continental drifts some vegetation got buried in the Himalaya Mountains which now are seen in the form of Shilajit. It is generally seen in summers as due to heat of sun it melts and seeps out from the cracks of the rocks. In India Shilajit has been used since centuries but it was not known to the western world.Shilajit is now a very popular herb among men world wide.
But recent advancements and review of the ancient ayurvedic texts has shown that Shilajit is equally beneficial to women. Below are some of the points that will show the beneficial effects of Shilajit on women health.
Shilajit provides strength and stamina to the women.Shilajeet is very…

Benefits of Shilajit for Men

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The ancient medical literature attributes many health benefits of Shilajit known as "Conqueror of mountains & destroyer of weakness". It is decomposition of the plant matter in the rocks centuries before. The transformed plant matter is extruded from the rocks by geothermal pressures. It is collected in raw form for purification. Shilajit is considered to increase the core energy responsible for sexual and spiritual power. It helps to counteract debility and general fatigue.

Benefits :
Helps in counteracting debility and general fatigueHelps stimulate the immune system and restoration after exerciseHelps in improving cellular nourishmentHelps in accelerating the processes of protein and nuclei acid metabolism and stimulates energy providing reactions. It is also extensively used in the treatment of diabetes and regulates the blood sugar level It helps in building body’s natural immunity thereby useful in providing natural strength to the body. It is highly recommended to …

Shatavari for Female Reproduction

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Shatavari (means one who possess hundred husbands) is a versatile traditional plant used in a variety of serious diseases. It is considered both a general tonic and a female reproductive tonic.
As per Ayurveda Texts... One of the most powerful rejuvenating herbs in Ayurvedic medicine, Shatavari is commonly used in India for conditions affecting the female reproductive system, including the mood swings and irritation associated with premenstrual syndrome, as well as menopausal hot flashes. Sometimes translated as “she who possesses 100 husbands,” Shatavari also has a reputation as a fertility-enhancing plant that improves the health of both male and female reproductive tissues.
Native to India, Shatavari belongs to the same family as the common asparagus and has nourishing, soothing, and cooling properties that help with many conditions in which the body and mind are overheated, depleted, or out of balance ― including heartburn, indigestion, diarrhea, inflammation of the urinary tract,…

Ayurveda Panchakarma, the Latest Health Trend

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First, it was yoga. Then, it was gyms. 'Spinning' as a form of exercise then took over as the new rage. Soon, power yoga, artistic yoga and martial arts infiltrated the fad circles.
And now, it's the time of the AyurvedaPanchakarma to bask in the limelight. Well-known faces of the city's social circuit seem to be quite taken up by the five detoxification processes (Panchakarma). We've heard of quite a few of them giving it a shot — Neerav and Kinnary Panchamia, Ekta Shah Manjrekar, Channda Patil to name a few.That people are weight and fitness conscious is a known fact. And when a fitness regime seems to work, word spreads. Panchakarma is the detoxification of the body and mind, we're told. Fashion designer Kinnary Panchamia says, "I had heard a lot about it from friends. When your body is feeling clogged and heavy, this helps it detoxify." Kinnary and her husband Neerav did one of the Panchakarma processes a couple of weeks back. "You can't …

Semi-Somnia: Newly identified Sleep Disorder

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A growing number of people are now suffering from a newly identified sleep disorder called ‘semi-somnia’ triggered by stress and technology use, sleep experts say. 

Rather than totally sleepless nights, sufferers of semi-somnia experience short bouts of sleep disruption, perhaps on particularly busy or stressful days, experts claim. 
An Indian-origin expert has even coined a phrase ‘fizzy sleep’ to explain sleep difficulties faced by sufferers. “It’s not a scientific term, but clients say that’s what their head feels like. They are asleep but it’s not restful. 
It’s a jangly, information-filled sleep where the brain is still highly active,” said Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, a sleep Coach at London’s Capio Nightingale hospital, and author of the book Tired But Wired. 
The condition is being called insomnia’s irritating little sister, but despite not sharing the full agonising symptoms of acute sleeplessness, which has been linked to weakened immune systems, depression, high blood pressure and …
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