How DrSheikh’s Black Shilajit helps with Infertility

How DrSheikh’s Black Shilajit helps with Infertility

Abstract - edited by Dr Farrukh M Sheikh

Source: National Center for Biotechnology Information 

National Library of Medicine

Unlike Viagra or Cialis, DrSheikh’s Pure Himalayan Shilajit significantly improves serum testosterone and spermia, key indicators of infertility in males.  

Shilajit also improves total sperm count and motility, both characteristics being essential to conceiving a baby.

The sperm count of 60 infertile males was assessed in the study. At the beginning of the study, before any Shilajit was given, the total sperm count of all men was recorded at being below 20 million ml (-1) semen. Such patients are considered Oligospermic.

Oligospermia is a term that means you have a low sperm count. One medical definition is that you have fewer than 15 million sperm in 1 milliliter of semen. A typical sperm count is more than 15 million sperm per 1 milliliter of semen - Cleveland Clinic.

The men in the study were given 100g of Shilajit twice daily after major meals for 90 days. 

Factors evaluated before and after the study

  • Total semenogram
  • Serum testosterone
  • Luteinising hormone
  • Follicle-stimulating hormone
  • Malondialdehyde (MDA) - a marker for Oxidative Stress
  • Content of semen
  • Biochemical parameters

Here’s the result of those who completed the study

  • Significant improvement (P < 0.001) in spermia (+37.6%)
  • Total sperm count (+61.4%)
  • Motility (12.4-17.4% after different time intervals)
  • Normal sperm count (+18.9%)
  • Serum testosterone increased significantly (+23.5%; P < 0.001) and 
  • FSH (+9.4%; P < 0.05) level also significantly increased.

As stated in the Clinical evaluation of spermatogenic activity of processed Shilajit in oligospermia, HPLC chromatogram revealed inclusion of PS constituents in semen.

Unaltered hepatic and renal profiles of patients indicated that PS was safe at the given dose.

The present findings provide further evidence of the spermatogenic nature of Shilajit, as attributed in Ayurvedic medicine, particularly when administered as PS.



Which Dr Sheikh Shilajit is best for fighting infertility in men? 


DrSheikh Black Shilajit has proved to be most effective. 


How is DrSheikh black shilajit different?


  • The Black Shilajit is the rarest and most potent form of Shilajit found at high altitudes in the Himalayas. 
  • Sun-dried at source, the Black Shilajit is highly bioavailable for maximum absorption.
  • Fights ED with regular use.
  • Acts as a safe aphrodisiac both for men and women.
  • Trace amounts of Triphala have been added.
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Contain antioxidants, such as flavonoids, polyphenols, saponins, vitamin C.


How to use DrSheikh Black Shilajit for infertility?


  • Dr Sheikh’s Black Shilajit can be used for life for general health benefits 
  • But as support for infertility in men, use 0.2g (a small pea-sized amount) of the Black Shilajit after breakfast and 0.2g after the evening meal.
  • Use regularly for 90 days.
  • Detailed usage instructions are included in the package.


  • What causes infertility?


There can be multiple causes of infertility in men. According to the Mayo Clinic, there can be several causes of infertility in men:
  • abnormal sperm production or function due to undescended testicles, 
  • genetic defects, 
  • health problems such as diabetes, or 
  • infections such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, mumps or HIV. 
  • Enlarged veins in the testes (varicocele) also can affect the quality of sperm. 

Dr Sheikh adds: 

  • For the above reasons, you must consult with your medical doctor for an investigation. 
  • However, if the cause of infertility is linked with low sperm count, low testosterone levels, stress or low motility, DrSheikh’s Black Shilajit has been found to be an effective solution for infertility in men.


  • All Shilajit, sun-dried or not, carries an intense aroma and an extremely bitter taste. It is also very sticky. 
  • Cannot tell the difference between one form or another. They all taste the same and look the same, much like the regular milk and the more expensive organic milk you buy at the supermarket.
  • We purchase our Shilajit directly from source. See the BBC documentary in the About section to learn more about our supplier.
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