Shungiet is a black stone of over 2 billion years old, resembling coal. It consists of a unique natural structure, between amorphous (non-crystalline) stone and graphite. In general, shungite is a type of stone that consists largely of small, distributed gloomy carbon particles (9820 in crystalline state, and a special form of carbon, called fullerene. Shungite can absorb (polluting) particles from the environment. Works anti-bacterial and can be used to protect against electrosmog, for example with a computer or television. Shungiet has been used in medical treatments since the 18th century. Peter the Great stood at the cradle of the first Russian spa in Karelia, using the water purification effect of shungite, which he personally had already experienced. He also promoted its use in the production of purified water for the Russian army. The anti-bacterial properties of shungite have been confirmed by modern testing methods.
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