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How to Use Shungite for EMF Protection

Updated: Apr 4, 2022

There are several simple ways to use Shungite for EMF protection. For example, you can wear Shungite jewelry, carry tumbled Shungite in your pocket, place Shungite towers, pyramids, cubes, spheres near your cell phone, laptop, tablet, or other electronic devices. Many scientists and crystal therapists consider that Shungite can absorb and neutralise toxic electromagnetic radiation. We are surrounded every day by electronic devices that emit harmful electromagnetic radiation - cell phones, computers, laptops, Wi-Fi, and television.

Shungite is the only known stone that contains fullerenes, hollow spherical carbon cages. Studies showed that because of its unique structure, Shungite could be used as a protection against electromagnetic fields and geopathogenic zones. (the areas on Earth's surface where drastic disturbances of a natural electromagnetic field are detected, and their dire effects are no longer a mystery. Present human health issues cannot be resolved without considering the influence of the natural environment on human organisms.)

An increasing number of people experience electromagnetic sensitivity due to long-term EMF exposure. Exposure to electromagnetic fields has been linked to the development of various health problems such as:

heart diseases

brain damage

weak immune system

stress, anxiety, depression

panic attacks

high blood pressure

Place Shungite near all electronic devices: television, computer, laptop microwaves, radio receivers, Wi-Fi hot spots to neutralize any EMFs. The best Shungite stones for EMFs protection are the ones that contain the highest content of carbon, such as Elite Shungite (90% carbon), Black Shungite (50-70% carbon). The simplest way to benefit from Shungite's EMF protection is to wear Shungite jewelry all day long.



How do you test for Geopathic stress?

The following symptoms have been attributed to geopathic stress:


  1. drowsiness and fatigue.

  2. trouble falling or staying asleep.

  3. persistent headaches or migraine.

  4. lowered immune response.

  5. numbness or tingling in hands and feet.

  6. zoning out or trouble focusing.

  7. general nervousness or a low mood.



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