Germanium

It is a grayish-white element. Its atomic number is 32 and its symbol is Ge. Atomic weight is 72.60. Period number is 2~4. Weight is 66~77. It’s an element between metal and nonmetal. Since Dr. Badein and Dr. Shogre at Belle Institution found that germanium is a semiconductor material, electronic engineering has developed dramatically and scientists and medical scientists started being interested in another field that is making body set straight. Dr. Asahi is known as the highest expert in medical field for setting body straight through germanium.
He issued his book “Germanium and me” and devoted his life to research germanium and incurable. He made organic germanium compound and was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1975.

» Semiconductor Nature – Promotes electric motion activity, Ache Relaxation: Controls Biotic Organism, Activates organ electric signal. – Oxygen Supply – Immune cell activation, Promotes Natural healing power.

Tourmaline

It is a crystal silicate mineral compounded with elements such as aluminum, iron, magnesium, sodium, lithium, or potassium. Tourmaline is classed as a semi-precious stone and the gem comes in a wide variety of colors. The name comes from the Sinhalese word “tourmaline” or “toramalli”, which applied to different gemstones found in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka).

» Through a research, it helps the electric places in which electric current energy is released.
» Activates the organ’s electric current signal – promotes cell formation and growth with functional activation.
» Adjusts the nerve and internal secretion functions.
» Potassium feldspar crystals in granite. Holds the essential inorganic matter (mineral) abundantly. Composed of Potassium, Calcium, Sodium, Barium etc.

» Promotes whole body functions and promotes nutrients having complete elements.
» It enlarges capillary vessels to stimulate blood circulation, metabolism, bowel movements, and is effective in thermotherapy, fatigue recovery, neuralgia and freckles
» It has antioxidant functions, and there has been a study report that because anions generated by flowing 0.06mA of electric current and increased far infrared rays break down harmful reactive oxygen and alkalize the body, they are good for headaches and dieting.
» If tourmaline is used in water, the water becomes weak alkaline.
» It removes the chlorine smell in tap water and makes water rich in minerals.
» It stimulates body metabolism.
» It enhances cell functions, immune system, blood purification, and stabilizes the autonomic nervous system
» It hydrates and moisturizes

Zeolite

Zeolite is micro porous, aluminosilicate minerals commonly used as commercial adsorbents. The term Zeolite was originally coined in 1756 by Swedish mineralogist Axel Fredrik Cronstedt, who observed that upon rapidly heating the material stibnite, it produced large amounts of steam from water that had been absorbed by the material. Based on this, he called the material Zeolite, from the Greek meaning “boil” and (lithos), meaning “stone”.

» Mineral matter and microscopic porous structure recall life of soil (about 50% empty place).
» Increases polluted matter adsorption and harmful toxin. The Zeolite is used as a molecular sieve to create purified oxygen from air using its ability to trap impurities, in a process involving the adsorption of nitrogen, leaving highly purified oxygen and up to 5% argon.

Sericite

Sericite, it is named by “Silk” comes from Greek word. Sericite is creamy silky surface with pearl shining materials. Scientist found that it works in “internal Free Active Energy” in our cell to be generated in involuntary sub cortical level. It helps growth, good sleep and blood circulation. Sericite is a fine grained mica, similar to muscovite and illite belonging to a group of natural occurring minerals. Formation of sericite is through the alteration of feldspars mineral in areas that have been subjected to hydrothermal alteration typically associated with copper, tin, or other hydrothermal ore deposits. It is a hydrated potassium alumina silicate with similar mineral composition and structure to kaolin. Hence, it has the characteristic of mica as well as clay mineral with SG about 2.6- 2.9. It is used as a talc substitute making it a recommended and good makeup ingredient.

Volcanic Rock

It is rich in a variety mineral and good for anti-aging. Volcanic rock has deodorization effects and sterilized action. It is gently effect on sensitive skin as well good for child. Widely used for light peeling gel or cream on skin as cosmetic ingredient because of smooth peeling action without skin irritation. When a volcano erupts, gas, lava, ejects and volcanic ash come out. Most of the gas consists of vapor; volcanic ash produces tuff, whereas ejects produces agglomerate rock. When lava cools and hardens, it becomes volcanic rock, such as basalt, andesite, rhyolite, and so on.

Features of volcanic rock

Basalt is a microcrystalline igneous rock that is dark gray or black, and usually, it is produced as extrusive rocks. However, in some cases, it is also produced as intrusive rocks of dike. It is a rock produced by 1,200–1,400°C erupted magma from more than 100 km underground (granite, 800°C, 30 km underground), and it contains various kinds of minerals in abundance.

Uses of basalt:-

» Sauna (bathrooms): Dry sauna, fomentation, water purifier, bathroom
» Craftwork: Flowerpot, grill, stone coffin and tombstone, millstone, mortar, statue of the Virgin Mary, etc.
» Agricultural materials: Fertilizer, pesticide, fodder, food conservation

Biotite

It is a black or dark green mineral of the mica group, found in igneous and metamorphic rocks. It is composited with hydrous magnesium, iron, potassium, aluminum, silicate and so on. It is higher than others about testing FIR emitting ratio which is 94% and contains 36ppm in germanium. It is rich in mineral and good for balance of body. It is a mineral with a monoclinic crystal system (one of the crystal systems, crystal with three pairs of vectors of unequal length where two pairs of vectors are perpendicular, while the third pair makes an angle other than 90°) and forms tubular or displaying a hexagonal shape. It appears black, brown, or greenish black and its split-face has a pearly or sometimes metallic luster.

Effects of Biotite

» Biotite has far greater infrared emissivity (94%), 3 times higher than those of red clay. It is a miracle stone that removes the carcinogenic substances emitted from Chinese natural jade and cement when they are heated. Thus, biotite has been regarded as a medicine stone even before.
» Human experiments showed that it stimulates metabolism and it is effective not only in blood circulation, chronic bronchitis, neurotic gastritis, ulcerative colitis, anemia, arteriosclerosis, diabetes, arthritis, lower back pain and other geriatric diseases, but also in a wide variety of modern diseases. It is good for the eyes and skin.

Serpentine

Precious Serpentine
Serpentine gets its name from the word ‘serpent’ because it resembles the skin of a snake. It is sometimes called New Jade and occurs in a variety of colors including red, green, brown-red, brown-yellow and white. It has been used since ancient times to guard against disease and sorcery.Serpentine makes an exceptional meditation stone. It helps you to find inner peace. Serpentine was carried in ancient Assyria to request the gods and goddesses to provide double blessings. It can be used to clear the clouded areas of the chakras. It helps in all disorders of the body, emotions and mental structure. Conscious direction of the healing energy toward a problem is required

Feldspar

» Potassium feldspar crystals in granite. Holds the essential inorganic matter (mineral) abundantly. Composed of Potassium, Calcium, Sodium, Barium etc.
» Promotes whole body functions and promotes nutrients having complete elements.

Feldspar is the name given to a group of minerals distinguished by the presence of alumina and silica (SiO2) in their chemistry. This group includes aluminum silicates of soda, potassium, or lime. It is the single most abundant mineral group on Earth. They account for an estimated 60% of exposed rocks, as well as soils, clays, and other unconsolidated sediments, and are principal components in rock classification schemes. The minerals included in this group are the orthoclase, microcline and plagioclase feldspars. Feldspars are a group of rock-forming tectosilicate minerals that make up about 41% of the Earth’s continental crust by weight .Feldspars are also found in many types of sedimentary rocks..Feldspar is a common raw material used in glassmaking, ceramics, and to some extent as a filler and extender in paint, plastics, and rubber. In glassmaking, alumina from feldspar improves product hardness, durability, and resistance to chemical corrosion. In ceramics, the alkalis in feldspar (calcium oxide, potassium oxide, and sodium oxide) act as a flux, lowering the melting temperature of a mixture. Fluxes melt at an early stage in the firing process, forming a glassy matrix that bonds the other components of the system together and other uses, such as fillers, accounted for the remainder. Feldspar is used to make dinnerware and bathroom and building tiles.

Hematite

Hematite is one of the most abundant minerals on Earth’s surface and in the shallow crust. It is a common rock-forming mineral found in sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous rocks at locations throughout the world. Hematite is the most important ore of iron. It can crystallize during the differentiation of a magma or precipitate from hydrothermal fluids moving through a rock mass. It can also form during contact metamorphism when hot magmas react with adjacent rocks.The mineral is used to produce pigments, preparations for heavy media separation, radiation shielding, and many other products. Hematite has an extremely variable appearance. Its luster can range from earthy to submetallic to metallic. Its color ranges include red to brown and black to gray to silver. It occurs in many forms that include massive, crystalline, fibrous, and others. Pure hematite has a composition of about 70% iron and 30% oxygen by weight. Like most natural materials, it is rarely found with that pure composition. This is particularly true of the sedimentary deposits where hematite forms by inorganic or biological precipitation in a body of water.

Kum River Stone

The Kum River is located in South Korea. It is a major river that originates in Jangsu-eup, North Jeolla Province. It flows northward through North Jeolla and North Chungcheong Provinces and then changes direction in the vicinity of Greater Daejeon and flows southwest through South Chungcheong Province before emptying into the Yellow Sea near Gunsan city.

The river is 401 kilometres (249 mi) long, making it the third longest in South Korea. The area of the Kum River Basin is 9,859 square kilometres (3,807 sq mi). The upper part of the river flows slowly through part of the Noryeong Mountains and is marked by extensive stream meandering. On the other hand, river curves on middle and lower parts of the river are more gradual and there is comparatively less stream meandering. There is a stone found in this river called Kum River Stone which alongwith other metals or stones is used in making ceramics which is having very good properties for health.