What is special about Shilajit who came out of Hadi caves?

"It's in 1985. I thought what is it that Shilajit is the last thing that people use a little bit. I drink a cup and see. I drank a cup but then suddenly fainted. I immediately Poured a bucket of water over and ran towards the doctor. I told him that I had drunk a cup of Shilajit. After saying that I fell down. After four hours, I was conscious, the doctor slapped a loud and Said don't do that again. "

This story is about Karimuddin, a resident of Aliabad, in the Hanza Valley, who has been doing the business of making Shilajit with his father since 1980. I met him on the roof of his house, where Shilajit is dried.

What is Shilajit and how is it made?
Shilajit is found in the mountains of Central Asia and in Pakistan, it is mostly extracted from the mountains of Gilgit-Baltistan. Karimuddin explains that for many years, Shilajit consists of metals and plant components present in various mountain caves. After which it is taken out at a given time.

But the task of finding it is not as easy as it is understood. Through the dangerous and difficult paths of the skyscrapers, Karimuddin's artisans go out towards the mountains before the sun sets to find Shilajit. It often takes several days to search for Shilajit.

Shilajit has to go through two important stages to reach his final stage.

1. Look for him in the skyscrapers

2. The work of cleaning or filtering Shilajit

Search for shilajit
The way in which Shilajit is taken out by going to the peaks of the mountain, if you see that scene with your eyes and your hair is not standing then I will give you courage. Because I was in a similar situation when after a few hours' journeys, we reached the top of that mountain from where you can see the snow-capped Rakaposhi Peak but together with you and the Hunza Valley between Rakaposhi There is also a beautiful view of.

To find and remove Shilajit from the mountains in the Hunza Valley, there are experienced people who know the area. Ghazi Karim, who has been doing this work for the past 15 years, says that "for Shilajit, we travel for a few hours to several days."

And then the same raw material, which is found from the mountains, comes back to the city and sells it to the special shopkeepers who after clearing it with a special tax, sell it further.

These people often travel by making a group of four to five people, one of whom has to make tea and food. While the rest tie and hold the rope tightly to the top. And then a person descends inside the cave from which there is a possibility of getting Shilajit.

Ghazi explains that "We look into the caves with binoculars which give us this look. When we get close we get to know by its special kind of smell."

During this time Ghazi with great expertise started coming down from the top of the mountain at an angle of 90. And then not long after landing inside the cave, Ghazi gave a voice to his friends that Shilajit has been found.

Ghazi says about this whole process that "When the man enters the cave below, he has a place to sit at the bottom. After taking out Shilajit, put it in the sack and then send the sacks first and after that, we will return to the same Go up through the rope. "

This whole process took about half an hour, but about that half an hour, he says that "If someone is not fitting the knot while tying the rope or if the safety belt is not tied properly, then there is more possibility of the rope opening. "

But Ghazi said that thankfully no such incident has happened to him to date.

In this search, they find different amounts of Shilajit. He says "The maximum amount that he has extracted to date is 20 mana. Sometimes it happens that nothing comes out of the cave and empty hands come back."

Shilajit filtering process
Until that time, Shilajit exists as a special component inside the stone itself. These artisans go to the city and sell it to the shopkeepers who do its cleaning and filter work.

Karimuddin has been doing this work since 1980. He says that his father started filtering in sunlight. Which he named 'Aftabi Shilajit'.

In this process, the big stones which are brought from the mountain are cut into small pieces and put inside a big bucket, mixed with a certain amount of water and shaken with a spoon so that Shilajit dissolves well in that water. Go

Then after a few hours, the dirt is removed from the surface of the water.

Karimuddin says that "We keep this water like this for a week. During this time the color of the water has become completely black, which means that now Shilajit has completely dissolved in the water with stones."...

Karimuddin says that it has two major disadvantages. The first is that by filtering through clothes and gauze, harmful elements remain in it. Secondly, by boiling Shilajit in water and thickening it, all its mineral elements are eliminated, which does not have any benefit.

Karimuddin completes this process in thirty to forty days. In which he uses a special machine for filtration. He has kept this machine hidden from his rivals, which he has sourced from abroad.

According to him "This is the secret of our success that we make pure Shilajit".

The final stage of making shilajit
After the filtration, Shilajit's water is kept in a glass chamber and his water keeps drying for about a month, during which he keeps pouring more Shilajit water in that pot so that it is filled. And then the affable Shilajit is prepared, which is supplied to the shopkeepers after packing.

Karimuddin says that he also sends every consignment of Shilajit for medical examination and that certificate is proof of Shilajit's purity. In which it is recorded that 86 kinds of mineral elements are present in it.

Karimuddin says that he sells 10 grams of Shilajit from Rs 300 to Rs 600. The price of Shilajit is determined by its demand and availability. "But the shopkeepers sell it at their own cost."

Identity of real and fake Shilajit
Karimuddin says that shopkeepers often identify Shilajit with a special smell coming from him, but according to him it is not so.

"To increase its quantity, people often use flour in it, etc. And if a small amount of Shilajit has been added to it, then it will also have the same smell that comes from the real Shilajit."

He says that "the simple solution is to ask the shopkeeper about his medical test and confirm that 86 kinds of minerals are present in it".

Shilajit does not work like Viagra but what are its benefits?
Karimuddin says that people have many misconceptions about Shilajit. In fact, the minerals present in it fulfill the deficiency of the body "due to which the blood circulation is increased due to an increase in body heat. But it does not work like Viagra".

Dr. Waheed Meraj, a resident of Islamabad, states that "It contains more than 85 mineral elements including iron, zinc, magnesium. All these minerals increase blood circulation in the human body and increase immunity." it occurs."

He adds "Its use also helps in keeping the nervous system of man, due to which it is beneficial for Alzheimer's, depression and brain."

Dr. Meraj says that "Tests done on mice have also seen positive effects on their sugar level due to which it is also helpful in treating sugar".

Apart from this, he says that it is also very beneficial for bone and joint.

Regarding the damage of Shilajit, he also says that "not being properly filtered increases the damage. Its excessive use is also harmful to health."

The correct use of Shilajit
Karimuddin says that "It should be taken equal to the dry gram and mixed with hot milk. People over the age of fifty years can use it daily for two-three months. Young people should not use more than two days a week. Do. "

He further says that blood pressure patients should not use it at all.

"When 86 mineral elements enter the stomach, the blood pressure increases slightly anyway. Therefore, those who have a higher blood pressure than before, do not use them at all."

According to them, in addition to this, the heart patient should not use it.



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