Petrovsky Shungite and Sterling Silver Pendant, approximate size 29mm at widest point x 37mm long. Petrovsky Shungite is a rare form of Shungite, a black vitreous mineral with a high semi-metallic shine. It is a unique stone containing 75% organic carbon.
In its composition, the mineral contains a multitude of micro- and macroelements: sulfur, barium, boron, vanadium, molybdenum, nickel, strontium, lead, zinc, copper; oxides of magnesium, silicon, calcium, aluminum, titanium, iron, phosphorus, manganese. Due to the increased content of amorphous carbon, the rate of formation of fullerene particles increases, which, in turn, quickly and more qualitatively give out useful elements and absorb harmful impurities. Daily intake of water enriched with shungite is a reliable and safe way to fill your body with missing elements, strengthen the immune system without pharmacological intervention.
With the help of its unique features, such as: disinfection of water and air, the destruction of bacteria and microbes, saturation with useful trace elements, the effect on lowering the level of histamine in the blood, "petrovsky" shungite is used to treat a variety of diseases.
Its C60 carbon molecule is composed of fullerenes, otherwise called "Buckyballs", named after Buckminster Fuller, an American engineer, architect, inventor and writer, who amongst many other accomplishments created and constructed the geodesic dome at the Montreal EXPO in 1967. The smallest stable fullerene brings together 60 carbon atoms composed of 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons on the shape of a soccer ball. This was only discovered as recently as 1985 and led to the award of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1995. The geodesic dome that Buckminster Fuller conceived is an exact replica of the structure of fullerene C60.
Shungite has powerful healing properties and its full potential is still being investigated by scientists around the world.
Shungite is found in a place called Karelia in Russia and its healing properties have been recognised locally for centuries. This mineral formed billions of years ago and has been known for thousands of years by local people in the region of Lake Onega (the Russian part of Karelia). Nomadic tribes of hunter-gatherers gradually settled in Karelia after the last ice age and petroglyphs and rock paintings dating back 4000 to 9000 years exist in this area.
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