Shungite Tiles are so useful! You can use them to charge up your water / food / crystals or if you’re interested in Shungite for its supposed EMF mitigating effects, simply place them around the area you use electronics the most.
Approx: 100 mm x 100mm 159g
Shungite is a light weight, silvery black mineraloid, a mineral that lacks a regular crystal structure. It consists primarily of the element carbon. Its name comes from Shun’ga, a village in northwestern Russia, where it was first documented scientifically. The material available in the market today is more technically shungite bearing rock, which varies in the proportion of shungite it actually contains. It may have visible inclusions of pyrite and quartz and other trace elements. Pieces with higher carbon content are more metallic looking and sold under the trade names “silver”, “noble”, or “elite” shungite.
Most geologists believe its carbon originated with prehistoric algae colonies, later transformed from oil shale to shungite by underground heat. Many of the stone’s metaphysical properties derive from this alchemical transformation through the elements. It was an organic material (spirit), produced by aquatic algae colonies (water and air), which was buried underground (earth), and then later exposed to heat from magma (fire). It is commonly used for purification, transmuting heavier energies, and spiritual protection.
Shungite was employed traditionally in Russia for water purification, like activated charcoal today, and springs near the deposit were used medicinally in spas. Many people in the metaphysical community believe shungite, especially shungite purified water, supports physical healing because of these historical associations. Although the practice is popular, one should be very cautious about putting stones directly into drinking water, especially those with unknown and variable chemistry like shungite bearing rock.