Aquamarine gemstone is an offshoot of the mineral beryl, a silicate of beryllium and aluminium. It possesses turquoise color. It helps the wearer develop expressiveness and talking skills. Aquamarine gemstones have been associated with spiritual healings and upbeat feelings. In the ancient and the medieval times, travelers always carried Aquamarine stones along with them believing that the stones guarded them against perils and pirates.
Aquamarine gems are routinely found in stone rocks and in pegmatites (which are harsh crystalline stones). In spite of the fact that the stone is known for its novel blue shade, this gemstone can turn white after being presented constantly to the sun. All varieties of Aquamarine Gemstones have been uncovered at Brazil furthermore in Madagascar.
- Balances energy flow of the body.
- Maintains physical and emotional balance.
Care for the stone:
After buying the stone, detoxify it by keeping it underwater (clean water) for a night.
Chemicals if used to clean the stone will destroy its properties.
Too much exposure to the sunlight will affect its color that will fade away over a period of time.
Use it as a pendant, bracelet or ring.
The wearer may have the stone studded inside a gold or silver ring, bracelet or pendants. Wearing the gemstone in contact with the skin is believed to balance the body's energy flow. It also helps restore the body's physical and emotional balance.