What is Shungite?
Shungite is the oldest known natural mineral on earth, dating back more than 2 billion years by some estimates. Due to its unique molecular carbon structure, shungite is known for a number of health benefits, including protection from EMFs and it’s powerful antioxidant qualities.
EMFs are being linked to an increasing number of health problems including brain and heart tumors, DNA breakage, headaches, chronic fatigue, autoimmune conditions, and more. Whether you feel them or not, EMFs are doing a number on our DNA, and it’s going to get even worse with 5G. Due to its unique molecular structure, shungite transmutes EMFs into a form that’s more biologically compatible with our bodies.
Shungite receives its healing power from one of its elements, fullerenes – a globular hollow molecule consisting of several dozens of carbon atoms. Until the discovery of this new molecule, scientists were only aware of three modifications of carbon – diamond, graphite and carbyne. The fullerene molecule cuts diamond as oil, slows down the growth of cancer cells, and substances from fullerenes can slow down the activity of the AIDS virus. The discovery of the fullerene was a real breakthrough in nanotechnology and was declared a sensation of the 20th century. The scientists who have made it received the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1996.
Shungite water is known for its antioxidant effects. Natural fullerenes not only have the ability to reduce the concentration of free radicals as no other antioxidant can, but their action is stronger and it lasts longer.
And, as the researchers explain, this is true because the mechanism by which natural fullerenes act is different from other antioxidants. The molecule of a classical antioxidant combines with a free radical to form a resultant harmless molecule through a mechanism of neutralization. In contrast, natural fullerenes act as catalyzers. Thanks to it’s soccer-ball shape, a molecule of natural fullerene attracts free radical that end up stuck to it, covering it’s entire surface. Having numerous free radicals side by side on a fullerene base leads to their molecular transformation into a neutral compound. At the same time, a fullerene does not lose it’s molecular composition and continues to attract free radicals.
Shungite water also revitalizes the life structure itself which is often damaged by the powerful electric pumps responsible for pumping water to our taps.
There is only one Shungite source in the world. It is the Zazhoginsky Shungite deposits in the western Republic of Karelia, near the eastern border of Finland. However, fullerenes are found in small amounts in two gold mines (Russia and Canada), a meteor strike in Canada, a lightening strike that made fullerenes in the melted rock it hit in Colorado and in outer space.