Structure and properties of imperial stone

Why is Jadeite structure special? How is it different from other rocks, which are normally supplied in saunas?
During the complexity of chemical tests in Jadeite structure were detected small quantities of almost all elements of Mendeleyev`s table of chemical derivatives. In addition, they are in proportions which create a positive impact on the human body. Jadeite rocks contain zeolite-analcym, porous mineral, which is covered with holes invisible to the naked eye.

Moreover, studies have proved that this stone excrets silicic acid, which has anesthetic, conjugate, anti-inflammatory effects. The stone affects the environment through small holes, so the human body as well. It absorbs the harmful substances, re-establishes metabolic balance in cells, removing the harmful chemical elements from human body.

In ancient China and Japan Jadeite was available only for rich ones because of its rarity and the positive healing effects. The leaders of these countries weared Jadeite jewelry, slept on Jadeite pillows, ate from Jadeite dishes. Consequently, this stone has been called the "imperial stone."

American continental conquerors (Spanish colonizers) called Jadeite "kidney stones" and treated it as a talisman for protection against kidney disease. Jadeite bracelets and necklaces favorably affect the heart, balance blood pressure. The Jadeite ring can eliminate eye fatigue and is useful in the treatment of myopia.