Tag Archives Healing & Wellness

Pink Rhodonite Crystal Pendant to heal Emotional Scars and to eliminate Strong Feelings of Dislike

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The lovely rhodonite crystal has been cut into the shape of a bipyramidal hexagonal prism (i.e., a six-sided polyhedron with pointed terminations but a straight center). The stone is securely set in a stainless steel frame, allowing it to be worn as a pendant. Considering the gem's relatively small dimensions (32 x 8 x 8 ...

Powerful Peridot Ring Amulet promoting Physiological and Psychological Vitality

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The yellow-green olivine mineral featured in this amulet is an oval-shaped peridot. The gemstone is cut into a beautiful cabochon, which is set in a talismanic ring containing sixteen zirconia stones for decorative purposes. Since the stone is translucent, light can pass through, thereby creating several different shades of green when viewed from different angles. Due ...

Deep Dark Green Moss Agate Crystal embodied by a Fairy-like Spirit boosting Productivity and Spontaneity

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The natural dark green crystal is found in Kalimantan, Indonesia. Moss agate is a unique gemstone in the sense that – to the layperson – it looks a lot like an emerald, while others perhaps might confuse it with aventurine. While agate normally has distinctive banded layers, the moss variety lacks these features. Instead, the ...

Javanese Carnelian Gemstone to Strenghten Willpower – Set in a Stainless Steel Ring studded with 32 Zirconia

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Carnelian is a red variant of chalcedony – a form of quartz. It owes its color to the iron oxide found in this (silica) mineral. Though technically it is a translucent gem, yet when it appears as a semi-translucent or even a nearly opaque stone, it automatically increases the value. As can be seen from ...

Semi-precious Amethyst Amulet Ring to prevent a Cloudy Mind by eradicating Negative Thoughts and Feelings

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Amethyst is a violet variant of quartz mineral, which today is classed as a semiprecious stone whereas in olden times gemstones of this kind were valued as truly precious stones. In ancient Greece people believed that objects (e.g. drinking vessels, gems) made from amethyst could prevent intoxication by excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages. Yet even ...