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Natural Black Onyx Healing Properties And Uses

Black Onyx, some people also called it black Agate. The black onyx is a pure black stone. Once cleaned up and everything, it is smooth on surface after polished. The black onyx makes a great stone for jewelry, such as... Continue Reading →

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Natural Crystal Stone Tree Of Life Vintage Charms

This type of Tree Of Life Pendant is made by Amethyst, Green Aventurine, Clear Quartz and Copper Alloy. Tree of Life The concept of a tree of life is a widespread mytheme or archetype in the world's mythologies, related to... Continue Reading →

Healing and Properties of Sodalite Stones

Keywords: #Sodalite #blue #Properties #crystal #stone #natural #gems #mineral #healing #reiki #energy #fengshui #balance #HealthCare #Therapeutic What Is Sodalite? Sodalite is a rich royal blue tectosilicate mineral widely used as an ornamental gemstone. Although massive sodalite samples are opaque, crystals... Continue Reading →

Difference Between Jasper and Jade

I received one message about yellow jasper and yellow jade from one customer who came from Croatia yesterday. We used to call Yellow Jasper as Yellow Jade sometimes in daily, as the meaning of Jasper and Jade are nearly same... Continue Reading →

Round Chakra Stone Set

I came accross the ebay, and found this nice Chkara Stone Set. As for chakra stones, I know there is a great demand in the market. When you search "Chakra Stone", on ebay.com, yopu will find there are a lot... Continue Reading →

A Note about Red Jasper stone

One customer told me some functions of red jasper stone when he placed order about element symbol palm stone set from our ebay store. I used to think engraved stones just stones with simple symbols. In fact, they are not.... Continue Reading →

Healing Properties and Uses of Green Aventurine

As one type of natural quartz, Aventurine comes in a rainbow of colors. Different colors occur due to the presence of other minerals like hematite and mica. The hardness of this stone is 6.5-7.   The name aventurine derives from the Italian... Continue Reading →

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