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Shungite Water (Shungite Water Beads)
As shown in the numerous studies below, Shungite has a beneficial effect with water on many levels. Silver is a well-documented antimicrobial, that has been shown to kill bacteria, fungi, and certain viruses. We’ve combined the benefits of both Shungite and 99.9% pure silver to create what we call our Shungite/Silver Water Beads.
Shungite/Silver Water Beads are a type of ‘energy device’ for use in your drinking water. Place them directly into your water pitcher, animal water, or other container to benefit from what’s called ‘living water’. (We recommend using a Brita water pitcher to filter your drinking water through, then simply place the Shungite Water Beads in the bottom of the pitcher.)
After placing the Shungite/Silver Water Beads into your water, you need only say the word ‘LOVE’ or feel ‘LOVE’ to charge or structure your water with living energy. Scientific studies have shown that by taking the time to ‘LOVE’ or structure your water, the water will ‘align’ for you specifically on the molecular level. If you structure or ‘LOVE’ your water, your body will absorb 90% of the water and excrete approximately 10%. Without the use of Shungite & loving your water, the numbers reverse. You’ll absorb 10% & excrete approximately 90%. Thus keeping us in a constant state of dehydration regardless of how much water we drink.
Author of “The Hidden Messages in Water”, Masaru Emoto says, “Water is a blueprint for our reality and emotional energies and vibrations can change its physical structure.”
Granular Shungite Powder: Adding to plants, gardens, cement, grout, energy devices, building energy grids, beehives & more.
Fine Shungite Powder: Used for cosmetics/bath products, blended into paint, resins & more.
Cosmic Silver Shungite Powder: Our unique blend of fine Shungite powder mixed with fine silver particles for the most energetically charged Shungite powder available anywhere! This one-of-a-kind Shungite powder was developed for ‘energy-workers’ who often find themselves in highly-charged environments while conducting sessions or seeing clients.
Our newest Shungite sticker, the Silver Shungite Scalar Sticker can be used on any electronic device our other Shungite stickers are used on. We additionally place our Silver Shungite Scalar Stickers within a Scalar Wave Field boosting the cohesiveness’ or flow of the energy surrounding the sticker.
As shown in the numerous studies below, Shungite has a beneficial effect with not only water, but also it can be used in it’s raw nugget form. Such as: in gardens, house plants, energy work, building grids (Shungite Grid Map), water structuring, placed on electronics, placed anywhere the energy feels heavy. The uses are nearly endless once you realize all the energetic capabilities Shungite has and understand different ways it can be used or integrated into other products.
How to test if your Shungite is genuine.
Statement & video regarding what’s called ‘Columbian Rainbow Shungite’
I heard from one of my rock/gem/crystal distributors that he was given some ‘Columbian Rainbow Shungite’ and wanted to know if I was interested. I obtained appx: 20lbs of it and began my comparison of it to the Elite Shungite originating from Russia. There were so many differences I decided to make a short video showing some of them.
When I was done testing the samples it was clear they were not ‘Shungite’ and DID NOT behave either physically, energetically or metaphysically as Shungite does.- Derek Condit
Shungite Research/Studies & Patents
Carbonaceous Fullerene Containing Nano Mineral Shungite. Properties for Purification of Water Detoxification of Human Body.
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.
A Revolutionary Approach to Exposure to Lethal Doses of Radiation.
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.
Carbonaceous Fullerene Containing Mineral Shungite. Research of Influence of Shungite on Mountain Water.
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 of the Possibility of Using Shungite in Latex Rubber Formulations for the Manufacture of Gloves with High Resistance to Aggressive Media.
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.
Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Shungite against Ultraviolet B Irradiation-Induced Skin Damage in Hairless Mice.
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.
Carbonaceous Fullerene Containing Mineral Shungite and Aluminosilicate Mineral Zeolite. Mathematical Model and Practical Application of Water Solution of Shungite and Zeolite.
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.
A giant Palaeoproterozoic deposit of Shungite in NW Russia: genesis and practical applications.
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.
Crop Enhancement of Cucumber Plants under Heat Stress by Shungite Carbon.
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.
Process for preparation of water having therapeutic benefits using Shungite.
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.
Microbiological, Physico-Chemical and Organoleptic Parameters of Apple Juice, Processed by Shungite.
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.
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.
Adsorption of ammonia nitrogen from water and of nitrate ions from vegetable juices by Shungite.
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 structure and composition of natural carbonaceous fullerene containing mineral Shungite.
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.
Review on the Antimicrobial Properties of Carbon Nanostructures.
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.
Fullerenes: An introduction and overview of their biological properties.
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.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1996 was awarded jointly to Robert F. Curl Jr., Sir Harold W. Kroto and Richard E. Smalley “for their discovery of fullerenes.”
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.
Using Shungite in Water Defluoridation by Galvanocoagulation.
Fluorine is a natural component of many sources of drinking water. An excess of fluorine in drinking water leads to metabolic disturbances in bone tissues. In this context, the International Drinking Water Quality Standards recommend adhering to a fluoride content of drinking water of no more than 1.5 mg/dm3. If this value is exceeded, water requires defluoridation. In this work, defluoridation by galvanocoagulation in a drum-type galvanocoagulator was studied.
Glyphosate adsorption on C 60 fullerene in aqueous medium for water reservoir depollution.
The indiscriminate use of pesticides has caused several damages to the environment, in particular the pollution of water reservoirs, so that this has motivated the development of techniques to minimize its consequences. One of the main surface water pollutants is glyphosate, which is a widely used herbicide for weed control. Therefore, in this work, computational simulations were used with density functional theory and molecular dynamics to theoretically verify if C60 fullerene is capable of adsorbing glyphosate in aqueous media. As a result, we showed through the adsorption energies, molecular dynamics methods, and infrared absorption that C60 can adsorb glyphosate molecules in at least three distinct configurations, either in vacuum or in water, which theoretically indicates it as a good candidate for removal of this herbicide from water by nanotechnology techniques.
A Study of the Antioxidant, Cytotoxic Activity and Adsorption Properties of Karelian Shungite by Physicochemical Methods
Abstract: This study reveals that fossil shungite samples exhibit antioxidant activity, can reduce oxidized components, and bind to free radicals. A sample of Sh20 (size fraction—20 µm) (1.30 mg equivalents of ascorbic acid/g of shungite; 3.46 mg equivalents of trolox/g of shungite; 0.99 mg equivalents of quercetin/g of shungite) had the maximal activity according to the amperometric method. The obtained data indicate that shungite has antioxidant properties.