Shungite: Protection, Healing and Detoxification

Shungite: Protection, Healing and Detoxification

Found near the small village of Shunga in Russia, the remarkable mineral known as shungite formed naturally more than two billion years ago from living single-cell organisms.

Found near the small village of Shunga in Russia, the remarkable mineral known as shungite formed naturally more than two billion years ago from living single-cell organisms.

by Regina Martino —

Found near the small village of Shunga in Russia, the remarkable mineral known as shungite formed naturally more than two billion years ago from living single-cell organisms.

Used in Russian healing therapies since the time of Peter the Great, shungite contains almost the entire periodic table of the elements, as well as fullerenes, the hollow carbon-based molecules that recent research shows are able to slow both the growth of cancer cells and the development of the AIDS virus.

Citing many double-blind scientific and medical studies on shungite, Martino explains its many protective, healing and detoxifying properties, including its ability to counteract the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields and radiation from computers, cell phones, Wi-Fi, and other electronic devices and appliances.

Acting as a natural antioxidant, immune booster, pain reliever and allergen suppressant, shungite and “shungite water” can be used to treat skin ailments and musculoskeletal diseases, accelerate the healing of cuts and wounds, cleanse internal systems and increase the body’s intake of vital energy.

Detailing its many microelements and biologically active substances, Martino reveals how the stones have been proven to purify and revitalize water.

Exploring its energetic properties, she reveals how it facilitates energetic transfers between the chakras and higher energies outside the body, and how it can be used to harmonize living spaces.

 

 

$16.95 — Healing Arts Press, One Park Street, Rochester, VT 05767.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 33, Number 2, April/May 2014.

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