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Gem Therapy For Wealth

Updated on April 23, 2013

Gemstones and minerals have been used for healing and magical properties for over 5000 years. Gems are developed from the crust of the earth, lava solidifies, crystallize and forms into minerals and rocks. Minerals are in constant state of change, referred to as the rock cycle. Gemstones balance our energies, they are used for curative purposes, wealth, abundance and power, gems can be used for money therapy, good luck, and fortune. I will list Gems in this article that will attract wealth and luck for you and also bring abundance to your business and endeavors, and, to top it off, a Money Elixir recipe to drink for health and wellness.

Yellow Sapphire Can increase the rate of success, it is also considered a luck stone, If fame, fortune and the glamorous life is what your seeking then the yellow sapphire is what your looking for. Healing properties: Protection of evil, nervous system, regulates thyroid gland.

Green Aventurine Brings good luck, money, joy, balance, and clarity, it attracts wealth and abundance through opportunity so you want to wear a Aventurine to a Job interview, or casino, the stone thrives off opportunity. Healing Properties: Heals congestion, balances bloop pressure, lowers cholesterol.

Brown agate Aids in success, can be used as a wealth attractor. Healing Properties: Protects from fever.

Citrine Also known as the money stone, this is a great business stone assists in maintaining wealth, attracts sales and good deals, gives power to manifest wealth, success and fortune. Healing Properties: Removes toxins from the body, magnifies personal energies.

Garnet Pursuit of goals, People who are in executive positions should wear this stone, removes negative money energies. Healing Properties: Stimulate metabolism.

Emeralds Attracts wealth, if you work in communications, this is a good stone for you. Healing Properties: Heart, lungs, spine, muscular system.

African Jade Attracts good luck and wealth, also has healing powers, Heals bad wealth problems, brings job stability. Healing Properties: Kidneys and skin disorders.

Blood Stone Draws money and enhances success in business, they were very popular in medieval times. Healing Properties: Purifies and fortifies the blood

Fire Opal Attracts wealth, created in the waters of paradise, and the legend has it, if a person wears the stone, the stone will create paradise for the owner. Healing Properties: Supports emotional Health.

Tigers Eye Protective stone that attracts money and protects it from lose. Healing Properties: Releases stress.

Tourmaline Attracts money and enhances creating money in business. Healing Properties: Treats paranoia, removes blockages.

Gem Elixir Recipe

Gem stones can be made into Elixirs , drinking gemstone water has great healing properties, elixirs have been made since the ages of time, here is a great recipe to make a gem elixir, enjoy. Place your gem of choice, (Preferably your birth stone) into a bottle of spring water, leave the gem soaking for 6 to 8 hours, to speed up the process you can leave the bottle on a windowsill in sun light for 2 hours. After the desired amount time, remove the gem or stone and drink the water. By placing your chosen stone within the water, the properties stored in the stone are transferred into the water. The Gem elixir has to be drunken within 24-48 hours, use as soon as possible. Gem Elixir can also be rubbed on your face and other parts of your body, you can also transfer it into massage oils, creams and ointments. All of the gems used in this article are safe to use and have great healing properties. Precaution, all stones can not be made into an elixir, please research your stone before making an elixir.

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      Maurice Glaude 3 years ago from Mobile, AL

      I make Gem Elixirs all the time. I recently made a hub and posted pictures from when I made Gem Elixirs on my Birthday. I could use more Apothecary bottles.

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      January Moon 6 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Acaetnna Thank you :-)

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      acaetnna 6 years ago from Guildford

      Really interesting and fascinating information.

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      January Moon 6 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Dexter Thanks dex, emeralds are beautiful

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      Dexter Yarbrough 6 years ago from United States

      Great hub! I really like emeralds.

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      January Moon 6 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

      @Pamela99 Thanks pamela, Onyx is a precious stone as well, its healinas fungal infections, inflammation and even sunburn. Gems have so much power, thanks for your comment :-)

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      Pamela Oglesby 6 years ago from United States

      This is a very interesting hub. I wondered about onyx, as I have some beautiful onyx jewelry that I really like. Rated up.

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