Effect of radiation from cellular communications equipment on vital bodily functions when shielded with shungite
Effect of radiation from cellular communications equipment on vital bodily fUnctions when shielded with shungite
I. S. TUKTAMYSHEV**, A. A. YASHIN*
Introduction. Let us study sources of electromagnetic effect of nonthermal intensities on human health due to their extensive use and pathogenicity – EMR of cellular communications and VHF broadcasting stations [1–3].* In this regard, it appears promising to use building materials containing shungite which fullerene structure (С60) with OH free radicals attached  ensures its sanogenic effect [5–6]. It has no theoretical grounds yet, but the experiments have consistent results.
STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF SHUNGITE ON MICROORGANISMS
Driaeva M. D., Sypchenko A. Y., Tuktamyshev I. S., Udina N. V., Khadartsev A. A.
Introduction. People began to use shungite in water purification and conditioning in the late 80s. Shungite has been proven to be able to disinfect water  by removing bacterial cells and bacteriophages. Studies were conducted on the wastewater which underwent biological treatment at Saint Petersburg’s wastewater treatment facilities. The water with a cell concentration of 104-108 cfu/ml passed through a layer of shungite with 0.5-1.0 mm particles at a speed of 0.1 cm/min. This enabled the decontamination factor to reach 10, while all bacteriophages were removed completely. Shungite was also revealed to remove phosphorus from wastewater. These disinfecting properties of shungite were confirmed in the course of application  with the use of the water from Petrozavodskaya Guba Bay in Lake Onega.
The purpose of the research was to study the effect of shungite on various microorganisms.
Object and Methods. The object of the study included various families of pathogenic, opportunistic and nonpathogenic microorganisms requiring different conditions to live.
CAPABILITIES OF SHUNGITE FOR DRINKING WATER CONDITIONING AND TREATMENT OF SKIN DISEASES
V. N. Morozov, E. V. Natarova, V. V. Platonov, N. A. Rudneva, I. I. Tuktamyshev, I. Sh. Tuktamyshev, A. A. Khadartsev
Medical Faculty of Tula State University
NII Novykh Meditsinskikh Tekhnologiy, Shungite, ZAO
Tula State Pedagogical University, Tula, Russia
Human activity in nature is associated with the necessity to harmonize their relationships. Urbanization has caused numerous anthropogenic disasters affecting human health as a noospheric constituent. Harmonizing components are to be searched for in nature itself, thus limiting the damage the civilization causes to itself.
Water is essential for human life, especially drinking water. Concerns over the quality of drinking water expressed by scientists led to issuing a decree of the Government of the Russian Federation № 292 dated 03.06.1988 ‘On the Concept of the Federal Targeted Programme “Provision of Drinking Water to the Population of Russia”.’ However, this programme was never included into the list of federal targeted programmes, while the financing from regional and municipal budgets was unsatisfactory.
SHUNGITE APPLICATION FOR DIARRHEA PREVENTION IN HUMANS AND ANIMALS
Driaeva M. D., Kachmazov R. S., Khadartsev A. A.,
Tuktamyshev I. S., Platonov V. V.
NII Novykh Meditsinskikh Tekhnologiy, Tula
The use of natural substances for the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases causing diarrhea is conditioned by historical knowledge confirmed by modern medicine and biology. Increasing the production of livestock products and improving their quality is associated with preserving the young livestock and reducing sickness rates. To achieve this goal, it is necessary to test and use various natural substances. One of these substances is shungite powder which has carbon as its main element. Shungite powder has absorbing, medical and prophylactic properties and is water-insoluble .
Research Object and Methods
18 persons were treated for diarrhea caused by Type A chronic gastritis. Twelve patients were prescribed shungite powder at a dose of 10 g twice daily. Six patients (control group) were treated with antibacterial drugs (such as phthalylsulfathiazole and chloramphenicol). The clinical picture of the disease was evaluated and microbiological analysis of feces was performed.
Shungite was also used for the prevention of gastrointestinal diseases in piglets at Sovetsky, SPK. To determine optimal prophylactic doses of the preparation under study, seven groups of clinically healthy weanling piglets aged 3 to 4 months old were formed. Shungite was added to the fodder given to the piglets from six groups twice a day for 14 days. The piglets were under daily observation. Bacteriological analysis of their feces was performed prior to shungite application and on the 7th and 14th day of the experiment.
- 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