Apatite

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PIER-APAT
€9.90
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Practice lithotherapy with these pretty rolled stones in blue Apatite from Madagascar Lot weight: 25 to 30g approximately. Dimensions of the stones: 2.5x2cm to 3x2cm on average (variable). The photo is offered here as an indication: in the case of natural stones, each batch is different, but of always equivalent quality. The stones that make up this lot...
€12.00
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Lithotherapy necklace with pendant in natural blue Apatite from Madagascar Chain length: 50cm approx. Material: stainless steel. Tumbled stone pendant in AAA quality natural blue Apatitte, from Madagascar. Dimensions of the stone (excluding bail): 2 x 1.5cm to 2.5cm x 2cm on average (may vary slightly). Bail diameter 5mm approximately. As it is...
Bracelets
BRAC-CYA0608
€21.50
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Blue Apatite Crystal Healing Bracelet "Celestial Harmony" Length 18cm (ideal for wrists from 16 to 19.5cm approximately). Weight 14g approximately. Pearl diameter 6mm (30 beads approximately). AAA grade blue Apatite beads, from Madagascar. Slight differences in appearance or colour are possible compared to the model photographed, testifying to the...
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BRAC02603-Ap1
€7.35 €10.50
Baroque bracelet in Blue Apatite: serenity and inspiration at the heart of your daily life Length approx. 18cm (ideal for wrists from 16 to 19cm approximately). Pearl size = 4 to 6mm approximately. Natural blue apatite grade A, origin Madagascar. Each bracelet is unique because it is made of natural gemstones. Some differences in appearance are...
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BRAC04546 AP
€15.00
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Lithotherapy bracelet "Celestial Harmony" in blue Apatite from Madagascar - fine beads 4mm Length: 16cm (suitable for small wrists from 13 to 17cm maximum). Pearl diameter: 4mm (fine pearls). Material: Natural Madagascar blue apatite, AB quality. Slight differences in appearance or colour are possible compared to the model photographed, testifying to the...

Apatite in lithotherapy

Apatite belongs to the phosphate family. Apatite takes its name from the ancient Greek "apatan" which means "to deceive" because it is often confused with other stones, especially topaz. It is especially sought after for its slimming properties, as it reduces the feeling of hunger and helps to channel emotions and therefore to act in a more thoughtful way.

There are a multitude of varieties of apatites in a wide variety of colors. But the most sought-after variety is undoubtedly the blue apatite, the most beautiful deposits of which are found in Madagascar.

Virtues and benefits of apatite

Apatite is mainly used to calm tension and overcome emotional turmoil. Its calming properties are ideal for people with excessive emotions that too often push them to make impulsive decisions. Apatite is also recommended for artists that it helps them creatively, making it easier for them to find a style that is unique to them. The Apatite stone has gradually gained a reputation as a "slimming stone". It is said to be beneficial for weight loss, as it reduces hunger and stimulates the digestive system. It is also said to be invigorating for bones and joints, as it helps the body absorb calcium from our diet.

How do you purify and recharge apatite?

Apatite is compatible with all purification and recharging techniques. To purify your jewelry or stones rolled in Apatite, you can, for example, immerse them for a few hours in water (ideally demineralized or slightly salted), then wipe them with a clean cloth. To recharge them, expose them to sunlight for 2 to 3 hours. Apatite can also recharge when placed on a rock crystal or amethyst cluster.

Apatite and Astrology

Apatite is particularly recommended for natives of the signs of Gemini, Sagittarius and Libra.

Apatite according to the Kundalini Yoga doctrine.

Apatite is perfect for stimulating the throat chakra and the third eye chakra.

 

Disclaimer: The indications and properties indicated here are taken from user feedback and reference works in the field. Stones and lithotherapy in general are alternative energy therapies that can help you in everyday life, but their use should in no way be a substitute for medical advice or modern medicine.

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