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Howlite jewelry 

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Bracelets, necklaces and earrings made of natural howlite.

Howlite is named after Canadian chemist Henry How who discovered it in New Scotland in the 19th century. It is an opaque white stone with gray lines, whose appearance is reminiscent of marble. As a porous stone, howlite can be easily tinted while retaining its virtues. Jewelry made of blu...

Bracelets, necklaces and earrings made of natural howlite.

Howlite is named after Canadian chemist Henry How who discovered it in New Scotland in the 19th century. It is an opaque white stone with gray lines, whose appearance is reminiscent of marble. As a porous stone, howlite can be easily tinted while retaining its virtues. Jewelry made of blue howlite perfectly imitates turquoise for a significantly lower price.


Virtues and benefits of Howlite.

Howlite is considered as one of the best stones for meditation. It calms our mind, alleviates hypersensitivity and depression. It can for example slip under the pillow to fight against insomnia.


How to purify and reload your howlite jewelry ?

To purify your howlite jewelry, place it on coarse salt for a few hours.

Then, to reload it with energy, expose it to the sunlight for 2 to 3 hours.

Purify and reload your howlite jewelry about 3 to 4 times a year, or if you've left it in the jewelry box for a long time without wearing it.


Howlite and astrology.

Howlite is especially recommended for the native signs of Scorpio, Capricorn, and Aries.


The Howlite according to the Yoga Kundalini Doctrine.

The howlite is commonly attached to the sixth chakra (known as the "third eye") by lithotherapy specialists, because by promoting an attitude of meditation, it amplifies our psychic, spiritual vision, and wisdom.


Warning: The indications and properties given here are drawn from feedback from users and references in the field. Stones and lithotherapy in general are alternative energy therapies that can help you on a daily basis, but their use should not be a substitute for medical advice or modern medicine.

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