Shungite is a rare black stone made of up to 99 percent carbon. It's mainly found in Shunga, a village in Karelia, Russia. The stone has a unique composition. It contains fullerenes, or 3-D spherical molecules made of 60 carbon atoms. These molecules are hollow and sometimes called buckyballs. shungite consists of nearly all the minerals on the periodic table.
Although scientists are unsure of how shungite was formed or where it came from, they attribute the stone’s potential benefits to its fullerene content.
The Molucular structure of Shungite are called carbon nanostructure (CNS). CNSs are different physical forms of carbon. CNSs can destroy harmful pathogens. They reportedly work by damaging the cell walls of bacteria and viruses.
Since ancient times, shungite has been used to purify water. This is due to its alleged activity against bacteria and viruses.
Shungite can filter water by removing contaminants and organic substances like pesticides. As the Shungite crystal is rich in carbon molecule its Carbon can remove radioactive compounds from water.
shungite has antioxidant properties.
Traditionally, water infused with shungite has been used for:
- sore throats
- gastric issues
- kidney problems
- liver problems
- gallbladder issues
- autoimmune disease
- pancreatic dysfunction
- chronic fatigue
Shields electromagnetic field (EMF) emissions
Users of shungite say the stone has the ability to shield you from EMF emissions.
to anecdotal reports, shungite is helpful for relieving stress. It’s believed
to soak up negative energy and balance emotions
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