Shilajit is a natural remedy created by Mother Nature. Our ancestors treated various diseases with its help, and today it is also widely used.
Why Shilajit is good for children?
Shilajit is a real treasury of various mineral elements. Due to the active components it contains, this medicinal substance is beneficial for metabolic and regenerative processes in the body. While there are almost no contraindications to its usage, Shilajit can be prescribed to children of any age. The matter is, as with any drug, the dosage is defined very strictly:
- three months to one year: 0.01 – 0.02 gram;
- one to nine years: 0.05 gram;
- nine to fourteen years: 0.1 gram.
For intake, the appropriate dose of Shilajit is diluted in lukewarm water so that 1 teaspoon of the solution includes 0.1 gram of Shilajit. The prepared concoction is kept in the refrigerator for no more than ten days.
When give Shilajit to children?
Fractures, muscle strains, sprains and bruises: concoction is given once a day, two hours before the meal. In severe cases, Shilajit is given in several courses (4 courses, five days breaks between courses). In addition, Shilajit can be applied directly on fractures. For this purpose prepare the following ointment: Mix 10 grams of distilled water with 5 grams of Shilajit, 10 grams of aloe meat, 30 grams of borated petrolate and 10 grams of lanolin. The treatment course is 30 days.
Burns, fistulas, sores and acne: Shilajit is given several times per day, and damaged skin is smeared with Shilajit solution. The treatment course is about 25 days.
Toothache, caries: knead 0.1 grams Shilajit carefully in a little slice and apply gently on the affected tooth. Since Shilajit has a strong coloring action, the tooth may darken a bit, do not be afraid.
Periodontal disease (a disease of the mucous membranes of the mouth, tongue and gums): Shilajit is taken inwards twice a day and the affected areas are gently smeared with a five percent Shilajit solution.