Stones and natural minerals

Kunzite - Rolled stones 15/20g

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As beautiful as an enchanted dream: Kunzite, sometimes called "the stone of sleep" Lot weight: 15 to 20g. Dimensions of the stones: 2cm x 1.5cm on average (variable). The stones that make up this lot are rolled stones of free shapes, of varying weights and sizes. It consists of 2 to 3 pretty natural Kunzite stones (AB quality, Brazilian origin), for a...

Kunzite AAA bracelet - 5.50mm balls

BRAC06546 Ku
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A kunzite bracelet: a joyful and anti-severe stone. Composition: about 29 natural Amazonite beads strung on a rubber band. Pearl diameter - 6mm. Elastic, it fits its waist to that of your wrist! It can therefore be worn by any person regardless of their morphology. This is the best quality available on the market (grade AAA). The beads that make up this...

Kunzite AAA bracelet - 8mm balls

Bracelet in natural Kunzite, AAA quality Length = 18cm (ideal for wrists of approximately 16 to 19.5cm). Beads size = 8mm (24 beads approximately). Pretty elastic bracelet made of genuine AAA quality kunzite beads, the best available on the market. You will love the natural charm of kunzite, and in particular its pretty pink and purple hues which make it...
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Bracelet Lithotherapie in Kunzite natural stones-rolled). Length = 18cm (perfect for wrist from 16 to 19.5 cm). Size of beads = 6 to 8mm (20/25 beads around). In practice, this elastic strap fits most wrists up to 19.5 or 20 cm round. It consists of approximately 20 to 25 beads kunzite genuine AAA quality, the best available on the market. The stones...

Kunzite in lithotherapy

Kunzite is a stone with a remarkable color. Its color of a very soft pink invites tenderness and love. However, it can vary, ranging from pure pale pink to very slightly purplish. Its color variations depend on its manganese content.

The history of this stone is relatively recent: it was not until 1902 that it was discovered by an American geologist. Initially confused with pink tourmaline because of its color, lithotherapists only began to really take an interest in this gem in the 1970s.

Like quartz, kunzite is sensitive to heat and light. Its color intensifies when it is hot. On the contrary, be careful not to expose it too long to the sun at the risk that it becomes more and more pale.

Virtues and benefits of Kunzite

Kunzite is the "zen" stone par excellence. Known for its soothing and calming virtues, it would better control one's emotions and soothe the emotional wounds of the past. It would also help adults and children to relax and concentrate to help restore self-confidence.

On the physical level, this stone would facilitate digestion and calm digestive disorders as well as migraines and neck pain due to blood pressure. Kunzite is known to be effective against addictions to alcoholism and smoking. It would then provide courage and strength to fight against these forms of addiction.

How to purify and recharge Kunzite?

To continue to enjoy the benefits and virtues of a stone, purification and recharging are two important steps.

Kunzite purification is rarely necessary because it absorbs little negative energies. About once a month is enough, even if you handle it very often.  To do this, simply immerse your kunzite in water (demineralized and slightly salted) for 2 to 3 hours. You can also proceed to purification by fumigation.

So that it regains its full energy potential, also think about recharging it. Place it in the light of the moon overnight, or on a cluster of rock crystal or amethyst.

Kunzite and astrology

Kunzite is especially recommended for natives of Gemini and Capricorn.

Kunzite and chakras

The action of kunzite is mainly at the level of the chakra of the 3rd eye and the 4th chakra (the heart chakra), which is the center of unconditional love, joy, tenderness ...

Disclaimer: The indications and properties indicated here are taken from user feedback 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 in no way replace medical advice or modern medicine.

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