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Shungite: The powerful stone that may protect your family from EMF radiation

Shungite: The powerful stone that may protect your family from EMF radiation

We’re beyond excited to introduce one of our newest products! SHUNGITE. Say what??

WHAT IS IT? Shungite is a type of stone, similar in look and composition to coal. Like coal, it is a black, lustrous, and non-crystaline mineral, consisting of a large amount of carbon. (Unlike coal, you DO want to find a lump of this in your holiday stocking!)

WHAT DOES IT DO? Shungite has been known to have the ability to purify water from almost all organic compounds (including pesticides), metals, bacteria and harmful microorganisms. It was discovered that water from Lake Onega in Russia (where shungite is plentiful), can be used for drinking without any prior cleaning!

Why do you need it? In this day and age, we are being inundated with Electromagnetic Field radiation (EMFs). Research has shown that EMFs may cause significant changes in a biological system via electric fields induced within our body. Amazingly, Shungite is believed to have the ability to absorb and completely neutralize the dangerous frequencies from EMF radiation and convert it into a more positive energy that is actually beneficial to our bodies.

How does it do it: The reason that Shungite is believed to be able to do this is due to the fullerenes inside. Fullerenes are the crystalline form of graphitic carbon. In 1996, two scientists, Robert Curl and Richard Smalley won the Nobel Peace Prize for the discovery of Fullerenes. (Fun fact: they were named after the noted architect, Buckminster Fuller, because they follow the same architectural pattern as the geodesic domes he created.)

Basically, this stuff ROCKS! (See what we did there!?!)


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  • Becky Swanson on

    How much is this shungite?

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