Shungite the magic stone of water healing / by Sigal Geshori


In our search for better health and well-being, we often look to nature for answers. One such wonder of the natural world is shungite, a unique and mysterious mineral that has gained popularity due to its supposed ability to improve water quality and offer various healing effects.

With a centuries-old history, shungite has recently caught the attention of researchers and well-being enthusiasts alike. In this article, we will explore the power of the shungite stone to improve water and delve into its potential healing properties, supported by relevant research.

Shungite: a natural wonder

Shungite is a black, carbon-rich mineral found mainly in the Karelia region of Russia. What sets shungite apart is its unique molecular structure, which contains fullerenes* - spherical carbon molecules known for their amazing properties. Fullerenes are composed of connected hexagonal and pentagonal rings of carbon atoms, forming a cage-like structure that can trap and neutralize harmful substances.

Improving water quality through the use of shungite

One of the prominent uses of shungite is as a water purifier. When placed in water, shungite releases its beneficial properties, including fullerenes and minerals, into the liquid. Studies indicate that shungite can have a profound effect on water quality:

  1. Filtration and purification : Shungite removes impurities and pollutants from water, including heavy metals, bacteria and organic compounds. A study published in the journal "Environmental Geochemistry and Health" in 2017 found that shungite filters effectively removed various contaminants from water, making it safer for consumption.

  1. Mineralization : Shungite enriches the water with essential minerals such as magnesium and calcium. These minerals are essential for maintaining the health of the body, and their presence in water containing shungite can contribute to improving general well-being.

  1. Antioxidant properties : fullerenes found in shungite are powerful antioxidants, capable of neutralizing free radicals. This feature may help reduce the

The tendency of the body to oxidize, which may prevent cell damage and aging.


Healing effects that shungite has

Beyond water purification, shungite is considered to have many healing effects on the human body:

  1. Energy balance : Many believe that shungite can help balance the body's energy fields and protect against electromagnetic radiation from electronic devices. While more research is needed in this area, some people report a sense of calm and reduced stress when using shungite products.

  1. Anti-inflammatory : Shungite has demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties in laboratory studies. This suggests that it may have potential applications in alleviating conditions associated with chronic inflammation.

  1. Pain relief : Some people have reported relief from various types of pain, such as arthritis and muscle pain, after using products containing shungite such as creams or jewelry.

  1. Mental well-being : There are descriptions that support the claim that shungite contributes to improved mental health, with users reporting reduced anxiety and increased clarity of thought.

Further research and future development

The scientific community recognizes the need for more comprehensive research to substantiate these claims unequivocally. Existing studies have produced promising results, but large, well-controlled trials are needed to verify the full extent of shungite's potential benefits.

The use of shungite in celestial instruments

Each of the sky devices uses the shungite stone which is used to improve the water as well as to clean the water from harmful electromagnetic radiation

In conclusion:

Shungite is an unusual natural substance that has attracted attention for its purported ability to improve water quality and offer various healing effects. While there is still much to learn about the true extent of its powers, existing research and anecdotal evidence suggest that shungite may be promising in improving general well-being especially when used daily as the use of a celestial device allows.

Because of its unique structure, shungite continues to intrigue and fascinate those seeking natural solutions for better health. As research progresses, we may uncover even more of the secrets hidden in this enigmatic mineral.

The fullerenes ( English : Fullerenes ) are a group of allotropes of pure carbon , whose shape can be spherical (so they are called "bucky balls"), elliptical or tubular . Cylindrical fullerenes are called " carbon nanotubes ". The chemical structure of the fullerenes is similar to that of graphite , [1] but unlike graphite they may also include pentagonal (or octagonal ) rings that prevent the entire molecule from being planar .

Fullerenes were discovered in 1985 by Robert Correll , Harry Croteau and Richard Smalley from the University of Sussex and Rice University , and are named after the architect Richard Buckminster Fuller .



























Fullerenes were discovered in 1985 By Robert Correll , Harry Croteau and Richard Smalley from the University of Sussex and from Rice University , and are named after the architect Richard Buckminster Fuller .

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