Russian Shungite is about 2 billion years old. It comes from ancient deposits at the Zazhogino site in the Republic of Karelia, Russia - the only shungite deposit where this unique mineral is mined in its pure form.
Because of its very high vibrational frequency, Shungite has strong healing properties and is believed to be a catalyst for positive changes and growth. It helps heal lower chakras and prepares them for higher energy work.
Shungite’s unique properties have been the subject of scientific studies for decades. In 1996, a team of scientists was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discovering fullerenes, a special carbon-based molecular formation which is a major component of Shungite. Fullerenes have been found to have an unparalleled ability to reduce the concentration of free radicals in their vicinity.
Shungite has exceptionally high resistance to chemically aggressive environments and a high electrical and low thermal conductivity. According to scientific research, it attenuates electromagnetic emissions providing protection from harmful electromagnetic radiation.