Shungite has been known to counteract and neutralize electromagnetic fields (EMFs). In 1996 scientists Robert Curl and Richard Smalley discovered fullerenes, a special carbon-based molecular formation that is found in shungite. These spherical structures are rarely found in naturally occurring minerals. Scientists and researchers have been developing the use of shungite for a broad range of applications including water treatment, restorative agronomy, radiation shielding materials, nanotechnology, stealth technology, chemical decontamination, and a new generation of medical breakthroughs.
There have been studies that confirm that shungite has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Some people even add shungite to their water. There have been numerous studies that confirm that adding shungite chips fills water with oxygen, calcium, magnesium and other essential mineral components, while killing bacteria, and removing pesticides, chlorine, and heavy metals. Another good reason to drink Shungite water is because it contains natural antioxidants that neutralize free radicals, which makes it beneficial to our cells and tissues.
“Shungite is an effective sorbent for removal of organic and inorganic substances, pathogenic bacteria and heavy metals from contaminated water.”