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Helps with structuring drinking water, making it "living water", where it's more bio-compatible for you and your pets.
Assists with removing excess energies from your personal energy field, and can be carried or worn as jewelry.
Studies have shown Shungite removes harmful chemical/toxins from the soil such as Round-Up weed killer & others, in addition to energetically promoting rapid & extreme growth with plants!
Mix Shungite powder into your beehives exterior paint for a "Shungite Faraday Cage" protection from harmful EMF, wifi & cellphone frequencies that have been PROVEN to harm bees!
Add Shungite to electronics such as cellphones, wifi routers, computers, tv's, etc... to assist with attenuation of the harmful frequencies being emitted by modern technology.
Shungite is the only known mineral that in its unrefined form (non-processed) that will conduct electricity.
We've created a video showing you several ways you can test your own Shungite to ensure that it is 100% Karelia, Russia Shungite.
In short, The Shungite Grid is a way of visualizing the many thousands of pieces of Shunigite that are energetically connected to each other.
Shungite pieces that are connected on the quantum level work in tandem to benefit our environment on both physical & metaphysical levels removing excess or heavy energies.
Mystical Wares has one of the largest selections of Shungite & Shungite products available!
We carry only 100% Karelia, Russia Shungite; sourced directly from the mine itself!
Shungite is amorphous, uncrystallized, fullerene analogous carbon containing natural mineral. Shungite carbon is a fossilized organic material of sea bottom Precambrian sediments of high level of carbonization containing the fullerene-like regular structures. Shungite got its name after the village of Shunga in Karelia (Russian Federation), located on the shore of Onezhskoe Lake, where is located Zazhoginsky deposit. The total shungite reserves of Zazhoginsky deposit amount to approximately 35 million tons.
Clinical studies at the Kharkov National Medical University, Ukraine, involving fullerene water treatment of patients with chronic hepatitis of toxic origin, demonstrated a significant decrease in clinical manifestations of the disease, frequency of cytolysis syndromes, immune inflammation and liver cell deficiency. It's suggested that fullerene water can be included in the combination treatment of liver pathology with a viral and toxic aetiology. Preclinical studies showed that water containing carbon molecules had a cardioprotective effect by inhibiting myocardial intoxication and producing a pronounced normalising effect on cardiac muscle functionality.
The study compared the composition and structural properties of amorphous, uncrystallized, fullerene analogous carbon containing natural mineral shungite from Zazhoginskoe deposit in Karelia (Russian Federation) and microporous crystalline aluminosilicate mineral zeolite (Most, Bulgaria). There are submitted data about the nanostructure, obtained with using of transmission electron microscopy (TEM-method), IR-spectroscopy (NES and DNES-method), as well as composition and physical chemical properties of these minerals.
A study was made of the possibility of producing composites based on natural ‘Kvaliteks’ latex that are filled (20–30 parts) with shungite (‘Karelit’). The possibility of producing such composites had been shown earlier for the natural latex ‘Revultex’ containing a vulcanising group.
As fullerene-based compound applications have been rapidly increasing in the health industry, the need of biomedical research is urgently in demand. While shungite is regarded as a natural source of fullerene, it remains poorly documented. Here, we explored the in vivo effects of shungite against ultraviolet B- (UVB-) induced skin damage by investigating the physiological skin parameters, immune-redox profiling, and oxidative stress molecular signaling.
They studied the mathematical model of interaction with water of two natural minerals – amorphous, uncrystallized, fullerene analogous carbon containing natural mineral shungite from Zazhoginskoe deposit in Karelia (Russian Federation) and microporous crystalline aluminosilicate mineral zeolite (Most, Bulgaria). In this report are submitted data about the interaction of these minerals with water.
Occurrences of 2.0 Ga, mature organic material from the Lake Onega area, NW Russia, constitute one of the most remarkable accumulations of organic carbon from the Palaeoproterozoic. The deposit occurs in a 1000-m sedimentary-volcanic succession developed over an area of 9000 km2 with an estimated total carbon reserve exceeding 25×1010 tonnes.
Heat stress negatively impacts plant growth and yield. The effects of carbon materials on plants in response to abiotic stress and antioxidant activity are poorly understood. In this study, we propose a new method for improving heat tolerance in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) using a natural carbon material, shungite, which can be easily mixed into any soil.
This specification presents methods of containing/absorbing alpha, beta, gamma, X-ray, and neutron radiation using Fullerene molecules employing the resonant relativistic absorption phenomena based on a frequency dependant Doppler effect. Radioactive atoms, ions, and molecules (Xrad) are encapsulated in a variety of Fullerene molecules (C60, onions, nanotubes, and capsules).
The present invention generally relates to purifying and processing water using mineraloid material. Specifically, the present invention relates to a process for purification or treatment of water shungite stone and the purified water possess therapeutic effects. The purified shungite treated water of the present invention is useful in the treatment, control or prevention of cancer, inflammatory diseases, viral infection, bacterial infection cardiovascular diseases or gastrointestinal diseases.
Physicochemical methods were used for a comprehensive study of the structural/sorption properties of the natural mineral shungite. It was shown that the composite structure of the mineral determines its main physicochemical characteristics. The isosteric heat of adsorption of water vapour was estimated by calorimetric methods as 70 kJ/mol.
This paper is dedicated to results of studying microbiological, physico-chemical and organoleptical parameters of apple juice processed by shungite. Shungite is a natural mineral which has special structural composition, characterized by the existence of fullerenes and nanotubes. This paper explains the methods applied by the authors to prepare shungite for experimental research, to process apple juice by adsorbent, to determine the quantity of microorganisms in juice after it interacted with shungite, weight percentage of dissolvable dry solids, active acidity and quality parameters.
Water-alcohol adsorbing cleaning out of higher alcohols by Shungite / L. Melnik, O. Turchun, N. Tkachuk, A. Kuts, Z. Melnyk // Ukrainian Journal of Food Science.
Found that shungite has effective adsorption properties relative to nitrate ions from beet juice. Shungit also absorbs ammonium ions in drinking water. An illustration of the mechanism of adsorption processes in the "solid - liquid".
The composition and structural properties of amorphous, un-crystallized, fullerene analogous (fullerene content 0.01–0.0001% (w/w)) carbon containing natural mineral – shungite, from Zazhoginskoe deposit in Karelia (Russian Federation) are studied. There are submitted data about the nanostructure, obtained with the using of scanning electron microscopy, composition and physical chemical properties of this mineral.
Swift developments in nanotechnology have prominently encouraged innovative discoveries across many fields. Carbon-based nanomaterials have emerged as promising platforms for a broad range of applications due to their unique mechanical, electronic, and biological properties. Carbon nanostructures (CNSs) such as fullerene, carbon nanotubes (CNTs), graphene and diamond-like carbon (DLC) have been demonstrated to have potent broad-spectrum antibacterial activities toward pathogens.
Ever since their experimental discovery in 1985, fullerenes have attracted considerable attention in different fields of sciences. Investigations of chemical, physical and biological properties of fullerenes have yielded promising information. Their unique carbon cage structure coupled with immense scope for derivatization makes fullerenes a potential therapeutic agent. Henceforth various potential therapeutic applications of fullerenes have been reviewed in the present paper. These include antiHIV- protease activity, photodynamic DNA cleavage, free radical scavenger, antimicrobial action and use of fullerenes as diagnostic agents.
New forms of the element carbon – called fullerenes – in which the atoms are arranged in closed shells was discovered in 1985 by Robert F. Curl, Harold W. Kroto and Richard E. Smalley. The number of carbon atoms in the shell can vary, and for this reason numerous new carbon structures have become known. Formerly, six crystalline forms of the element carbon were known, namely two kinds of graphite, two kinds of diamond, chaoit and carbon(VI). The latter two were discovered in 1968 and 1972.
There are many more scientific studies & research papers written not only on Shungite (C60) but also on the harmful effects of frequencies on not only bee populations but humans & all living creatures.