I tried Shilajit and it was super effective!(Indian Viagra)

While touring Kashmir a few years ago, I learned about the substance from a local who sources and sells the product. We had him over on our houseboat to sell us authentic Kesar and he diverted us to this side quest. Found in the Himalayas, Shilajit is a sticky crystal-like substance that forms after slow decomposition of plants. the substance is found in rocks and is then refined. 

 

The product is sold in extremely small quantities for sky high prices. He told us that apart from it being viagra, adults are not the only ones consuming it. He said that Shilajit is even given to kids in their area as it is a great immunity booster and helps with the development of bones. It is also full of antioxidants.

Western medicine has introduced a lot of options when it comes to drugs that enhance sexual performance. But what most Indians don't know that we have an ancient ayurvedic remedy that not only helps with problems in bed but also has a ton of health benefits!  

When I dug a little deeper about the substance I found that it is really difficult to find and takes years to form. It has properties that help with treating Alzheimer's disease, Low testosterone levels, Chronic fatigue syndrome, signs of Ageing, High altitude sickness, vertigo, dementia, insomnia, iron deficiency and heart health.

Since Shilajit is a herbal product, it isn't monitored as a drug worldwide. However, it is suggested to consult a doctor before consuming it.

Coming back to 'Kesar Chacha', we were really amazed at how he swore by the benefits of the substance and he convinced us to buy a tiny box of 2mg for about 1400 INR. The funny thing is, the box that we bought from Kesar Chacha had been lying in my house untouched until I decided to finally try it and see how I felt. 

I knew about the 'enhancing effects' that the substance would have on me so I knew I needed some privacy. I secluded myself to a room in the evening and started working on my experiment. I mixed a small amount of Shilajit in a glass of milk and drank it all in one go! After five minutes, I felt slightly warm and the warmth was coming from my core, I felt as if I had an engine or something in my core that had started revving. I was surprised by the slight high that I had. I felt really relaxed and my breathing slowed down. 

Since Shilajit is marketed as a viagra, I was under the impression that I would get aroused after consumption and probably get an erection. But that didn't happen! After thinking of doing some R&D, I would only get aroused when I thought about sex or saw content related to it. So I came to the conclusion that Shilajit doesn't give you an erection but just gives you a considerate energy boost. 

It is a lesser known fact that the 'Badam milk' tradition that takes place on the first night after the wedding originated from the north. The idea was to basically mix a tiny amount of Shilajit in the milk so that the couple has a happy night. While Shilajit is a great Viagra, it also has insane Health benefits.

During the three hours that I was tripping on Shilajit, I felt really light headed and strong for some reason. I felt as if my body had gone through a rapid detox, I was high on endorphins and was swaying to some retro electronica. But my mouth started drying up in a while and I got severe munchies. After stuffing myself with kebabs and biryani, I decided to sleep off. 

I have been having problems getting up early for the past few weeks, mostly because of long days, Bombay heat and hangovers. But I Slept like a baby last night and woke up 5 minutes prior to my alarm! I felt really fresh and energised!

I think I may actually start consuming this mystery substance more often as I feel really good even as I write my experience. In today's time, Shilajit is sold online! you can get a vial of pure Shilajit for about 1200INR! A nice size piece of Shilajit has to be dissolved in milk to consume it. I would say this is an experience every man should have at least once in their life.

WRITTEN BY  - Atharva lobo atharvalobo@gmail.com

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