Shungite is also widely
applied as a natural filtering instrument to clean and mineralize water. It is
proven that digesting shungite water provides a positive therapeutic effect and
helps to cope with a great number of diseases including skin related problems,
chronic respiratory issues, headaches, aches in joints and muscles as well as
the problems with the digestive system. In order to make shungite water you
need to carefully wash shungite stones before using them to get rid of any post-production
dust and dirt. The amount of the shungite needed for making shungite water depends
on your choice of shungite, both elite and regular shungite are widely applied.
The difference between regular shungite and elite or noble shungite is in the
proportion of organic carbon in it. Regular shungite contains from 35 to 60 per
cent of organic carbon while the percentage of carbon in elite shungite is much
higher and totals from 92 to 98 per cent. Due to this reason elite shungite is
more efficient in making energized water since it has a higher energy potential
as a stone of highest compound of fullerene carbon. In order to make shungite water infuse
150-200 grams of regular shungite stones or 50-70 grams of elite shungite
stones per one liter of water for two or three days and drink it fresh.
Shungite starts filtrating eater within first few hours, but the more you will
keep shungite in the water, the more effect you will receive. Stones are
supposed to be cleaned and charged regularly. With time if you think it does not help any more then it is recommended to
change the stones. Shungite water is
also designed for making shungite baths that are very popular since taking a
bath with shungite water benefits your health, well-being, growth and recovery.
In order to make a shungite bath infuse 400-500 grams of shungite stones into
the bath with the hot water and keep them there about for 15-20 minutes. Then
take a healing bath and enjoy the positive changes shungite gives to your
physical and spiritual health. It is recommended to have a shungite bath
regularly, approximately three times a week.