Use of Shilajit in Ayurveda
Shilajit is one of the most flawless toning and restoring natural cures that exist, which is the reason it is referred to as the “warrior of the mountains” and “the destroyer of weakness”. It states in the Charaka Samhita, “There is no curable sickness in the universe which isn’t actually restored by shilajatu when controlled at the proper time, in blend with appropriate medications and by taking on the recommended prescription. When administered to a healthy individual, with comparative circumstances, it produces gigantic energy.”
Shilajit helps with balancing all the doshas. In antiquated ayurvedic sacred texts and diaries by Charaka and Sushruta, following applications of Shilajit are mentioned:
- Prameha (Controls Blood Sugar and Diabetes)
- Rasayani (Rejuvenates Body)
- Pachana (Assists in Digestion)
- Balya (Destroys Weakness)
- Vamana (Denies Sickness) and so forth.
According to The Yoga of Herbs, the rasa (or essence) of shilajit is astringent, bitter and pungent.
The astringent taste has a cool virya (or energy) and an impactful vipaka (or effect on body) and its most common characteristics are dry and cool. This taste will pacify pitta and kapha dosha while vitiating vata dosha.
The sharp taste has a warm virya and an impactful vipaka and its significant characteristics are hot, dry, versatile and light. This taste will pacify kapha while vitiating pitta and vata.
The bitter taste has a cool virya and a sharp vipaka and its primary characteristics are light, dry and cool. This taste will improve pitta and kapha while enormously vitiating vata.
The virya of shilajit is warm and its vipaka is sharp. The warming impact vitiates pitta yet it is a magnificent substance to use with vata and kapha doshas.
There are a lot more utilizations of Shilajit mentioned in Charak Samhita and Sushruta Samhita: other scriptures discussing the yogic lifestyle.
One of the most published traditional Ayurvedic course books named Charaka Samhita depicts shilajit as cooling, severe and saline; and pungent in vipaka from the stone that contains iron. It likewise expresses that shilajit has the smell of cow’s pee.
Combination of Shilajit with other herbs
Shilajit makes all the difference on its own, when consumed independently. But as a yoga vahi, it tends to be taken in a mix with different herbs for enhanced results.
Taking shilajit with shatavari and licorice is explicitly beneficial for the female reproductive organs, soothing, nourishing and conditioning the whole system. It likewise reinforces and upholds a quiet, stable sensory system, expanding the awareness of our outside world.
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