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Application of Shungite Fullerene-Like Carbon in Bronchial obstructive syndrome Therapy

  1. 7.Shirinkin S. V. Application of Shungite Fullerene-Like Carbon in Bronchial Obstructive Syndrome Therapy. / / Materials of the First All-Russian Research and Practical Conference “Shungite and Personal Safety”. Petrozavodsk: Carbon- Shungite. - 2006. - p. 88-93.


Application of Shungite Fullerene-Like Carbon in Bronchial Obstructive Syndrome Therapy

S. V. Shirinkin

Krasivo Health Resort, Belgorod

Krasivo Health Resort Belgorod


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Medical Application of Shungite at the Health Resort “White Springs”, OJSC (OAO)

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Butakovskaya N. V., Timofeeva L. M. Medical Application of Shungite in Health Resort “White Springs”, OJSC (OAO). / Materials of the First All-Russian Research and Practical Conference “Shungite and Personal Safety”. Petrozavodsk.: Carbon-Shungite. - 2006. - p. 75-79.


 Medical Application of Shungite at the Health Resort “White Springs”, OJSC (OAO)


N. V. Butakovskaya, L. M. Timofeeva


Health Resort “White Springs” (Belye Klyuchi), OAO; Petrozavodsk

The “White Springs” resort ( hereinafter resort) has been operating as a general balneotherapeutic health resort for 20 years.

Therapeutic methods used at the resort are identical to those used at the health resort of Martsialnye Vody. Specifically, these are mineral water and muds from Lake Gabozero.

The health resort can accommodate up to 150 people at the same time.

Hydrotherapy with mineral baths, mud therapy, ozone therapy, hirudotherapy, and shungitotherapy are offered at our health resort.

Treatment methods with the use of shungite-based mineral preparations introduced in 2001 include:

  1. Concentrated shungite water for external use gargling, inhalation, wrapping;
  2. Shungite paste for applications;
  3. Shungite mixture for mineral baths.

As many as 1,510 people have been treated with the use of shungite.

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Effect of low-intensity EHF radiation on red bone marrow and blood cells when shielded with shungite



T. I. Subbotina*, I. I. Tuktamyshev**, I. Sh. Tuktamyshev**,

A. A. Khadartsev*, A. A. Yashin*


1. Introduction


Martsialnye Vody (founded by Peter I) in Karelia and Darasun in Zabaykalsky Krai are the oldest spa towns in Russia. In these two towns healing waters flow along the geological section passing through mineralizing rock masses, specifically shungite in Karelia and zeolite in Zabaykalsky Krai. It should be noted, however, that while in Russia alone there are about a hundred of zeolite deposits, the worlds only shungite deposit is found near Shunga, a village in Karelia  hence the name of the mineral.

Thus, people began to use the biotropic healing properties of shungite as many as three centuries ago. However, there has been a growing interest in shungite over the past few years from both a scientific point of view [1, 2] and medical and prophylactic point of view [3, 4]. This has happened due to the discovery of fullerenes, C60 molecules, in shungite [1, 2]. These molecules resemble the ball used in soccer and are very different in their structure from other naturally occurring minerals such as graphite, diamond and carbyne. The discovery of fullerenes was first predicted by D. Bonchar and E. Galperin in 1973 [3]. Later, fullerenes were produced artificially as a new form of carbon sparking a fullerene boom in medicine (which is still on!). The spherical structure of fullerene molecules with OH radicals attached makes C60 fullerenes very chemically (biochemically) active what explains their extensive use in modern medicine.

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The First Leningrad Institute of Medicine on the usage of shungite water

First Leningrad Institute of Medicine

The Ministry of Health of the USSR


The First Leningrad Institute of Medicine of red labor banner named after academician I.P. Pavlov

Leningrad 197089, Lva Tolstogo street 68

The Rector’s telephone number 233 14 71

The Secretary’s telephone number 2337153


      At the clinic of Nephrology and Urology of St. Petersburg Medical Institute from September 1 of ' 92 to May 31 of ' 93, was conducted the clinical observation of the patients with kidney disease:

Group of patients with:

  1. Urolithiasis -  45 people, average age 45 +- 5
  2. Chronic pyelonephritis – 150 people, average age 48 +- 7
  3. Chronic glomerulonephritis - 24, mean age 24 +-7


     Water purified by shungite was used for cooking, drinks making and herbal teas. Patients received the water during the entire period of hospitalization (20 +-5 days in average), and then at home.

      The control group consisted of 43 people, who were on treatment in the hospital № 26 of the city of St. Petersburg, among them Kidney disease - 21 patients, Chronic pyelonephritis – 10 people, Chronic glomerulonephritis – 6 people. The usual tap water was used for drinking. With the use of purified water in all patients noted improvement in general condition, increase of diuresis.

      The most pronounced effect was observed in patients with chronic pyelonephritis, whose inflammation and diuresis disorders disappeared much faster, significantly improved overall health. In patients with chronic glomerulonephritis significant changes in the clinical picture and laboratory data were not observed.

      In conclusion, it should be noted that the application of shungite water is indicated for patients with kidney disease (urolithiasis, chronic pyelonephritis), both in hospital and in outpatient settings.

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Republican Hospital of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Karelia on the usage of shungite

Republican Hospital of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Karelia


Appendix 4


To Director Kalinin Y.K.


Preliminary  certificate


In February-March of 1998 in the orthopedic Department of the Republican hospital of the Ministry of health of Karelia with the consent of the patients was held the external application of carbon-shungite infusion (CSI) with pH value of 2.8-3.2 m on 12 patients with the following disorders:

Trophic ulcers of the shin – 6 patients

Osteomyelitis of the tibia – 5 patients

Purulent prepatellar bursitis – 1 patient.


      The infusion was used in the following ways:

  1. a)Overlay of impregnated bandage for a day with subsequent replacement
  2. b)Overlay of impregnated bandages with additional soaking every three hours
  3. c)Three-hour applique with bandages changes every 30 minutes
  4. d)Washing of sinus tracts
  5. e)Washing of purulent boxes around the clock using flow-through aspiration system


The first experience of application of carbon-shungite infusion showed cleansing of wounds and ulcers from fibro–purulent raids, reduction of granulation tissue, and acceleration of marginal epithelization. Applying the method in combination with other therapeutic factors has achieved epithelialization of the ulcer in all patients treated. The erasure of osteomyelitis and purulent discharge reduction were noted. Five-day washing of pouch for purulent prepatellar bursitis in combination with antibiotics and immobilization quickly stopped purulent process and prevented the operation.


First experience of CSI applying gives positive results and confirms the required volume and testing methods with clinical entities expansion.




Deputy Chief Physician of the Republican hospital of surgery

Chief of trauma orthopedist

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