Take a dive into the latest research on the amazing benefits of Shungite. The latest scientific findings on this rare and unique mineral, which is believed to offer a range of health benefits, including detoxification, immune system support, and EMF protection.
This study investigates the impact of electromagnetic fields (EMF) generated by electric vehicles on heart rate variability (HRV) and saliva cortisol, and whether a protective device made of shungite can counter stress responses.
When participants were exposed to EMF while using a protective device made of shungite, their HRV increased and their cortisol decreased, indicating a reduction in stress.
The study concludes that EMF produced by electric vehicles cause autonomic stress responses on a neurocardiac and neuroendocrine level. However, these responses can be nullified by a special form of shungite (EssenceX). Recharging the battery: Shungite nullifies physiological stress produced by electric vehicles
This paper investigates a new method for defluorination of drinking water using galvanocoagulation with aluminum and shungite as half-cells of the galvanic couple. The researchers found that the fluoride ions were removed most completely at an aluminum:shungite ratio of 1:1.5 and that the process was significantly dependent on the initial pH value. Using Shungite in Water Defluoridation by Galvanocoagulation
This paper investigates the reflective and absorbing properties of shielding materials made from natural graphene-containing shungite. The authors found that flexible shungite plates with a thickness of 10-20 μm showed good reflection and absorption, similar to a thicker 2-3 mm synthetic polymer/carbon based composites. Electromagnetic shielding effectiveness of lightweight and flexible ultrathin shungite plates
This study found that noble elite shungite (EShE) has electrochemical properties that are nearly identical to those of a standard glassy carbon electrode (GCE), while black raw shungite (BShE) has markedly worse electrochemical properties. This is likely due to the higher carbon content of EShE and the presence of poorly conductive impurities in BShE.
This study investigated the antioxidant, cytotoxic, and adsorption properties of Karelian Shungite. The researchers found that Shungite has antioxidant activity, but it is approximately 1000 times less pronounced than that of quercetin. Shungite was also found to be cytotoxic to cancer cells. The authors suggest that Shungite could be used as an alternative to activated carbon in water purification and in the production of fullerenes and other carbon nanoclusters. A Study of the Antioxidant, Cytotoxic Activity and Adsorption Properties of Karelian Shungite by Physicochemical Methods
The abstract describes a study that investigated the effects of shungite on UVB-induced skin damage in hairless mice. The researchers found that shungite significantly improved skin parameters, reduced the proinflammatory response, and counterbalanced ROS/RNS and superoxide levels. They also confirmed the involvement of Nrf2- and MAPK-mediated oxidative stress pathways in the antioxidant mechanism of shungite.
Overall, the study provides strong evidence that shungite has the potential to protect the skin from UVB-induced damage. Shungite, a natural source of fullerene, has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects against UVB-induced skin damage in hairless mice.
Robert F. Curl Jr., Sir Harold W. Kroto, and Richard E. Smalley shared the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their discovery of fullerenes present in Shungite https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/chemistry/1996/press-release/
The study examines the composition and structural properties of shungite, a natural mineral with fullerene content. Scanning electron microscopy is used to obtain data on its nanostructure, while its physical and chemical properties are also investigated. The study shows that shungite is a promising absorbent for various industries due to its high absorption, catalytic, and bactericidal activity, particularly in water treatment and purification. The structure and composition of natural carbonaceous fullerene containing mineral shungite
Shungite, a natural source of fullerene, has been shown to have remarkable antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties against UVB-induced skin damage in a recent study. This amazing mineral improved skin parameters, reduced inflammation, and counterbalanced ROS/RNS and superoxide levels in serum and skin lysates. It's a natural, effective, and scientifically-proven way to protect your skin and support your overall health and wellbeing. Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Shungite against Ultraviolet B Irradiation-Induced Skin Damage in Hairless Mice
Shungite is a mineral that is effective in absorbing microwave energy. A study found that increasing the concentration of shungite in building mixtures resulted in an increase in absorption up to 24 dB/cm. The optimal ratio of shungite to binder is 50-60 percent, at a frequency range of 3-12 GHz. This suggests that shungite can be used as a filler or binder in building mixtures to create protective coatings against electromagnetic energy. RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND ARCHITECTURE
This study found that shungite, a mineral with absorption, catalytic, antioxidant, regenerating, and antibacterial properties, has significant antioxidant activity and can reduce oxidized components while binding to free radicals. This suggests that shungite could be used as an alternative to activated carbon in water purification.Study of the Antioxidant, Cytotoxic Activity and Adsorption Properties of Karelian Shungite by Physicochemical Methods
This study analyzed the properties of shungite and zeolite minerals using various methods such as transmission electron microscopy and IR-spectroscopy. The study found that shungite possesses restructuring properties and hydrogen bonding energy similar to zeolite, indicating potential uses in industries such as water treatment and purification due to its absorption, catalytic, and bactericidal properties. Research of Influence of Shungite on Mountain Waterfrom Bulgaria.Mathematical Models of Water Influenced from Shungite and Zeolite
A study found that flexible shungite plates with a thickness of 10-20 μm had similar shielding performance to thicker synthetic polymer/carbon composites due to its conductive carbon matrix and micro-sized dielectric mineral inclusions. This suggests that shungite could be a promising raw material for manufacturing lightweight and corrosion-resistant shielding materials. Electromagnetic shielding effectiveness of lightweight and flexible ultrathin shungite plates
Below is a link to a very interesting Scientific Paper on Shungite being used
The study develops a novel catalytic adsorption material for the remediation of contaminated soil. Remediation of soil contaminated by toxic rocket fuel components using modified carbon–mineral adsorbing material produced from shungite rock modified with Mn4＋ and Fe3＋