aquamarine

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  • Aquamarine AAA bracelet - balls 8mm

    BRAC-MBR-AMR8

    The blue Lagoon of aquamarine on your wrist! Length = 18cm (ideal for wrists from 16 to 19.5cm in circumference). Composition: about 24 natural aquamarine beads strung on an elastic band. Diameter of the beads = 8mm. Elastic, this bracelet adapts to the majority of wrists. This is the best quality of stone available on the market (grade AAA - origin...

    25,29 €
  • Acute Marine Grade A bracelet - 4mm balls

    BRAC04546 Amr

    The sweetness of the Natural Marine Aigue - very fine pearls 4mm Length - 17cm (ideal for wrists 15 to 18cm in circumference). Pearl diameter - 4mm. Grade A rolled stones (originally Namibia). Composition: about 41 natural aquamarine beads strung on an elastic band. Pearl diameter - 4mm. Elastic, this bracelet adapts its size to the majority of small...

    19,73 €
  • Aaa Marine Acute Bracelet - 6mm balls

    BRAC06546 Amr

    Natural Aqualead Bracelet - 6mm fine pearls Length - 18cm (ideal for wrists 16 to 19.5cm in circumference). Composition: about 29 natural aquamarine beads strung on an elastic band. Pearl diameter - 6mm. Elastic, this bracelet composed of 29 beads fits its size to the majority of wrists. This is the best quality stone available on the market (grade AAA)....

    21,72 €
  • Charm Bracelet "Harmony". Aquamarine, white Jade,...

    BRAC01601-L

    Charm Bracelet "Harmony" adorned with 7 semi-precious stones, natural + gift bag available. This bracelet is adjustable thanks to a clever system of linkages sliding ! Therefore, it can be worn by any person (child or adult), regardless of its morphology. Link cotton. Diameter adjustable up to 10cm approximately. Diameter of beads = 8mm (amethyst) and...

    12,89 €

Aquamarine in Lithotherapy

Aquamarine belongs to the beryl family. It is etymologically derived from the Latin "Aqua marina" which means "seawater". Its color ranges from transparent light blue (the most popular color today) to a deeper blue with green touches. There are many mineral varieties of very high value such as goshenite, colorless; mo...

Aquamarine in Lithotherapy

Aquamarine belongs to the beryl family. It is etymologically derived from the Latin "Aqua marina" which means "seawater". Its color ranges from transparent light blue (the most popular color today) to a deeper blue with green touches. There are many mineral varieties of very high value such as goshenite, colorless; morganite, pink in colour; heliodore, yellow; bixbite or emerald green.

Virtues and benefits of aquamarine

Aquamarine helps everyone to better convey their emotions and makes communication with others more harmonious.

This stone has been the talisman of sailors and sea travellers for several centuries and guarantees a calm and serene journey. Practitioners of alternative medicines recommend it to fight blood pressure problems, blood disorders or heart disorders. It is also known to relieve seasickness and nausea.

Finally, it would act positively on skin problems, in case of dryness, irritation or painful pimples.

How to purify and recharge the aquamarine?

To purify your stones or jewels in aquamarine, simply dip them for a few hours in water (ideally demineralized), then wipe them with a clean cloth.

Then, to recharge them with energy, expose them to sunlight for 2 to 3 hours. Aquamarine can also recharge when placed on a rock crystalheap.

Purify and reload your stones at least 3 to 4 times a year, or if you have left them too long in a drawer or away from the light.

Aquamarine and astrology.

Aquamarine is associated with the astrological signs of Aquarius, Pisces, Libra and Gemini.

The aquamarine according to the Doctrine Yoga Kundalini.

Aquamarine is usually attached to the throat and heart chakras. It promotes sincerity, and transmits a gentle and comforting energy.

Disclaimer: The indications and properties shown here are derived from feedback from user experiences and reference books 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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