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Clinical Gem Therapy | Healing and Gem Therapy

  • October 16, 2018


Definition: Spleen, glandular organ, flattened and oblong, located in the upper left area of ​​the abdominal cavity, in contact with the pancreas, diaphragm and left kidney; It is attached by fibrous bands attached to the peritoneum (the membrane that lines the abdominal cavity). Although its size varies from one person to another, it is usually 13 cm long, 10 cm wide and 3.8 cm thick, and weighs approximately 200 g.

Functions: 1-Hematopoiesis: during pregnancy the spleen is an important producer of blood in the fetus. After the birth, this function disappears, but it can be performed again if necessary.

2-Filter: the spleen is responsible for the maturation of red blood cells and also for the destruction of old, abnormal or damaged red blood cells. Contributes to keep platelets healthy.

3-Immune: in the spleen antibodies are produced and have the capacity to destroy bacteria by phagocytosis. The spleen is part of the immune system and the human circulatory system that accompanies the capillaries, vessels, veins and other muscles that this system has.

Minerals that treat the spleen:

Olivine or peridot OLIVINE -The olivine or peridot is a mineral especially effective in the treatment of the spleen. It has to be placed in the solar plexus area.


Definition: Cramping is an unpleasant sensation caused by an involuntary contraction, usually of the muscles. It may be due to insufficient oxygenation of the muscles or the loss of fluids and mineral salts, as a result of prolonged effort, sudden movements or cold. Poisoning or certain diseases can also cause cramping, particularly in the stomach. It can also be defined as a sudden and painful contraction of a muscle or group of muscles.

Minerals that treat cramps:

MALAQUITA -It is one of the healing stones par excellence because it relieves the pain of the part of the body on which we place it as well as helping in the treatment of multiple diseases. Placed on the area to be treated relieves cramps.

TURQUESA-Turquoise has anti-inflammatory and detoxifying properties. Placed over the area to be treated helps relieve cramps.


Definition: Cancer is a group of diseases in which the body produces an excess of malignant cells (also known as cancerous or cancerous), with typical features of behavior and uncontrolled growth (growth and division beyond normal limits, invasion of the surrounding tissue and, sometimes, metastasis).

Metastasis, characteristic of many types of cancer, is the spread at a distance, mainly lymphatic or blood, of the cells that originate cancer, and the growth of new tumors in the places of destination of said metastasis. These three properties (uncontrolled cell division, aberrant behavior and metastasis) differentiate malignant tumors (carcinomas) from benign ones (sometimes simply called tumors), which are limited and do not invade or metastasize. Most cancers form tumors, but some like leukemia do not.

Minerals that treat cancer:

SUGILITA OR LUVULITE – Sugilite or luvulite is a very special mineral, which has the ability to help us find the source of the imbalances that cause the disease in our body. This mineral is used especially in the treatment of cancer, helping to determine its origin and channel the healing energy that helps us to overcome this disease.


Definition: Cholesterol is a sterol (lipid) found in the body tissues and blood plasma of vertebrates. It occurs in high concentrations in the liver, spinal cord, pancreas and brain.

Minerals that treat cholesterol:

MAGNESIATE – Magnesite accelerates the metabolism of fats so it helps control cholesterol. Take it with you to be possible in contact with the skin.

Detoxification of the body -There are many minerals that help us eliminate toxins from the body, some do so in a specific way (digestive system, skin, etc.) and others in a general way helping to cleanse and regenerate the physical body.

CRISOPASA -The crisopasa has a powerful detoxifying power. Place it on the place to be treated or take it with you.

FLUORITE – Fluorite, especially green, helps balance the body and eliminate toxins. It is important to clean it after using it.

OLIVINO OR PERIDOTO – Helps to release toxins and has a great cleansing effect. It can be worn as a necklace or pendant, being especially effective when it is located at the height of the solar plexus.

TURMALINE – Tourmaline, especially green and pink. It is convenient to carry it as a pendant for several days. Practically does not require cleaning.

TURQUESA – In addition to its detoxifying properties turquoise has protective properties and helps eliminate parasitic energies. As the olivine and the tourmaline is perfect to take it in the form of a pendant.


Definition: The term diabetes includes two different pathological situations: diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. These disorders have no pathological relationship, because their causes and morbid processes (etiopathogenesis) are different, but share certain clinical manifestations that have made them have the same name. Generally, the term “diabetes” is used to refer to diabetes mellitus, which is a much more frequent and well-known disorder than diabetes insipidus.

Diabetes mellitus is not a single pathology but a syndrome, which is why this term includes today, in turn, several types of different conditions but with a common characteristic: hyperglycemia and its consequences.

There are four kinds of diabetes mellitus:

Type 1: Caused by the destruction of Beta cells of the pancreas that usually leads to a total deficiency of insulin (formerly called insulin-dependent or juvenile diabetes)

Type 2: Caused by insulin resistance, with decreased production or alteration in the secretion of it (formerly called noninsulin-dependent, usually initiated in adulthood)

Gestational: A type developed during pregnancy.

Other types: Developed in the context of other diseases or disorders that are associated with diabetes mellitus.

Minerals that treat diabetes:

MALAQUITA – is a mineral that has the ability to relieve pain. Due to its ability to absorb energy, special attention must be paid to cleaning it after each use. To help in the treatment of diabetes take malachite with you, you can take it as an ornament or in your pocket.

SERPENTINE – The serpentine has a great capacity to absorb negative energy and clean the chakras. Help in the treatment of diabetes.


Minerals indicated for the teeth:

AGUAMARINA – placed on any part of the body has soothing properties. When there is pain in the teeth or molars, placing an aquamarine inside the mouth will quickly relieve relief.

APATITO- favors the assimilation of calcium helping in the treatment of teeth and bones.

FLUORITE- relieves arthritis and rheumatism, favors the teeth and bones and has detoxifying properties.

MAGNESITA- facilitates the assimilation of nutrients. It is beneficial for bones and teeth.


There are multiple minerals that help to alleviate pain, but we should always try to know the origin of that pain to treat pain in parallel with the cause of the disease.

Minerals that relieve pain:

AMETHYST – Amethyst is undoubtedly one of the most important minerals that nature offers us. It is perhaps the most complete of all, it helps us in personal evolution, it brings balance, it deals with the body, the mind and the spirit.

DIOPTASA – It has a great ability to absorb negative energy, relieving both emotional and physical pain.

LARIMAR – In addition to its soothing properties, the larimar, placed on the area to be treated, alleviates pain. It is especially effective for headache.

MALAQUITA – It is one of the healing stones par excellence since it relieves the pain of the part of the body on which we place it as well as helping in the treatment of multiple diseases.

SERPENTINE – absorbs negative energies, relieving physical and emotional pain.


Stomach problems are often related to stress and emotional stress. There are a number of minerals that in addition to their soothing properties are very effective in the treatment of stomach disorders.

AGUAMARINA – placed on any part of the body has soothing properties.

TURMALINA- yellow treats stomach problems.

TURQUESA- In addition to its detoxifying properties turquoise has protective properties and helps eliminate parasitic energies. Relieves cramps and stomach discomfort. It is perfect to carry it in the form of a pendant.


Fatigue Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a rare disease. Its main characteristic is to feel great fatigue and symptoms related to it. And it causes extreme tiredness and pain with physical effort.

Minerals that help in the treatment of chronic fatigue:

AMETRINE OR BOLIVIANITE – Ametrine quartz is a natural combination of amethyst and citrine quartz originally from Bolivia. It has the qualities of both minerals. It is a powerful ally in the treatment of chronic fatigue.


There are many causes of both male and female infertility. When a couple wants to get pregnant and does not get it, it generates a strong emotional stress that can make conception even more difficult. Therefore, in addition to visiting the specialist it would be convenient to use stones that provide calm and tranquility such as larimar or aquamarine.

Minerals that help boost fertility:

RODONITE – enhances fertility and also absorbs negative energy and helps heal emotional pain, making it a perfect stone for when the couple tries to conceive.

ZOISITA – helps in the treatment of fertility problems in both men and women (Clinical Gemotherapy)


Fever is only a symptom that can be caused by multiple diseases. It is especially high in children, having to be careful that it does not exceed 40º.

Minerals that help control fever:

BLUE AGATE – revitalizes the body, helping to control fever.

MAGNESITA – is a calming mineral that brings peace and tranquility. It helps to reduce fever.

RUBÍ – placed in the solar plexus area, helps fight infections and fever (Clinical Gemotherapy)


The liver is an organ or viscera of the human body and, at the same time, the most voluminous gland of the anatomy and one of the most important in terms of the metabolic activity of the organism. It performs unique and vital functions such as the synthesis of plasma proteins, preparation of bile (necessary for digestion and absorption of fats), detoxifying function, store of vitamins, glycogen, etc. In addition, it is responsible for eliminating from the blood substances that can be harmful to the body, transforming them into innocuous ones.

Minerals that treat the liver:

DIOPTASE – helps regenerate the liver. The area where it is most effective is on the heart chakra.

HELIOTROPO OR JASPE BLOOD – helps treat all diseases related to blood. It also helps detoxify the liver. You can wear it constantly.

OLIVINE OR PERIDOTO – Helps to regenerate the liver, spleen and gallbladder. It can be placed on the area to be treated or worn as a jewel in contact with the skin (Clinical Gemotherapy)

Swelling or inflammation

Inflammation is the manifestation of many diseases. It is a non-specific response to environmental aggressions, and is generated by inflammatory agents. The inflammatory response occurs only in vascularized connective tissues and arises for the defensive purpose of isolating and destroying the harmful agent, as well as repairing the damaged tissue or organ. The biggest problem that arises from inflammation is that the defense is aimed at both harmful and non-harmful agents, in a way that causes injury to healthy tissues or organs.

Minerals that treat inflammation:

AGUAMARINA – has soothing properties. Placed on any part of the body reduces inflammation.

AMETHYST – rebalances and relieves pain. Applied on the damaged area reduces inflammation (Clinical Gemotherapy)

lapis lazuli stone

The Stone lapis lazuli and its Properties

  • September 22, 2018

Meaning of Lapis Lazuli Healing Stone

The stone lapis lazuli is not too expensive, but infinitely precious. Paradox? The ancients did not think so. The secret knowledge was: lazurite opens its properties to everyone, but will prefer the chosen one. Only those who are not afraid to approach the mountain peaks and touch the hand of heaven will receive the highest reward. The stone of the color of the sky, extracted in the unthinkable height, will make the life of its owner flight over vanity…

Millennia passed until science surpassed superstition, and the nature of the gem was revealed to humanity in its entirety. We are aware of the chemical composition and physical properties of the mineral. Its deposits are discovered in different parts of the world. The extraction, processing and use of cornflower stone are being conducted. And yet, lapis lazuli – in every piece of it, in every bead and jewelry insert – still keeps the secret of its charm!

Heavenly blue, cured by the forces of nature, attracts, captivates and excites the imagination as if it were old. Among the dominance of the artificial sparkling of man-made crystals, the “soft” glow of the azure stone attracts attention with an artless beauty and an amazing resemblance to the depths of the sky.

Lapis lazuli then glows in the August afternoon, then it turns blue with anticipatory thunderstorm twilight, and then it is silvered by a cloudy haze over the blue of the sea. They say there are even more beautiful gems in the world. But this is the voice of envy…

Physicochemical properties of lapis lazuli

Lapis lazuli – a mineral well studied. It is distinguished by:

– color azure blue, dark blue;

– shine glass, fat;

– Opaque, can shine through;

– The line is light blue;

– Mohs hardness 5.5; fragile;

– Density of 2.38-2.42 g / cm3;

– Fractured shell;

– Cubic systemic;

– In the form of a crystal it is rare;

– Crystals of a simple cubic structure. Chlorine ions are located in the corners and center of the cube in the tetrahedral environment of sodium ions;

– The symmetry class is hex tetrahedral;

Cleavage is imperfect;

– Aggregates are dense, amorphous;

– decomposes in HCl with the liberation of hydrogen sulphide;

– Accompanying minerals – calcite, pyrite;

– Similar minerals: sodalite, nosean, gayuin.

The chemical composition of lazurite includes: sodium oxide Na2O – 16.8%, calcium oxide CaO – 8.7%, alumina Al2O3 – 27.2%, silica SiO2 – 31.8%, sulfur oxide SO3 – 34%, chlorine Cl is 0.25%.

Lapis lazuli in the history of mankind

At least seven thousand years ago, the extraction of blue stone in the mining mines of the Pamirs began. Decorating the palaces of the eastern rulers, the lapis lazuli was invariably the subject of attention of ambassadors and merchants. Western European artists have learned to triturate the mineral into powder, mix the powder with the boiled oil and thus produce ultramarine – “over the sea” – paint.

Lazurite was in love with the Pharaohs. The best of the surviving works of ancient Egyptian art bluish with a primordial density of color. It was in ancient Egypt that a tradition arose for the creation of gold jewelry with lapis lazuli insets.

The conquest of the East enabled the nobles of Europe to freely dispose of the precious gem. Rich houses were necessarily decorated with vases and fireplaces, statues and balustrades made of lapis lazuli.

True, lapis lazuli – lapis lazuli dense homogeneous color, blue or purple – was valued highly and was used only for making jewelry.

The discovery of the blue mineral in the Russian borders helped the Russian emperors decorate the grandiose buildings of the capital with beautiful azure finish. Columns of St. Isaac’s Cathedral, the halls of the Peterhof Palace complex, the Winter Palace of Imperial Russia shine with the ever-fresh blue of Russian lapis lazuli.

Worldwide deposits of precious stone

Lapis lazuli is considered an ornamental stone. At the same time, the best samples of the mineral have undoubted jewelry values. But even in this case the price of lapis lazuli does not exceed two dollars per gram!

Price availability of the most beautiful natural material is determined by the volume of extraction of blue stone. Chilean Andes – along with the Afghan Pamirs – give the lion’s share of the proceeds of lazurite raw materials to the world market.

North America, Argentina, India and Russia produce high-quality lapis lazuli from less significant deposits.

Artificial gem or how to counterfeit lapis lazuli

Counterfeits of natural lapis lazuli are numerous. There is nothing surprising in that the most expensive varieties of gem are imitated. Painting jasper and sodalite in purple, scammers give out the finished product for lapis lazuli.

Extruded synthetic spinel is often issued for a crystal of lapis lazuli. There are several ways to check it. Wetting the natural gem leads to a continuous moistening of the surface. On artificial stone water is collected in droplets.

Lazurite of natural origin is refractory. In the old days, a stone designed for cabochon cutting was poured on fire for up to ten days to reveal defects in its structure. No imitation of such a test will survive…

Decoration from lapis lazuli

A wonderful piece of interior decoration can serve as a fragment of wild lapis lazuli. Some of the deposits are rich in deposits of blue gem with sparks of “golden” pyrite in the thickness of the stone massif. Even untreated fragments of valuable rock become the focus of attention!

Jewelry lapis lazuli is often made by material for cutting gems. Refinished cabochon lapis lazuli recover in gold and silver. Pendants, pendants and earrings with lapis lazuli inserts are often combined into headsets.

Serially produced only lapis lazuli beads. They are inexpensive. Jewelry made of lapis lazuli, made on individual projects, can be evaluated higher than products with precious stones of the highest category. In the photo below – lapis lazuli designed for custom jewelry.

Therapeutic properties of lapis lazuli

In modern litho therapy, the therapeutic properties of lapis lazuli are valued as uniquely all-encompassing. The blue stone normalizes vision, lowers arterial pressure, eliminates nervous tension, and brings happy dreams.

Pregnant women are recommended to wear lapis lazuli ornaments in order to get rid of the danger of miscarriage. Lazurite also helps in getting rid of toxicosis, normalizing the menstrual cycle, preventing inflammation of the female organs.

Crushed lazurite in a mixture with dilute acetic acid helps hair growth heals lesions of the gastrointestinal tract. Grated with honey and pomegranate leaves, the mineral treats skin diseases. Accepted in homeopathic doses, lapis lazuli helps to heal bruises and minor injuries.

The magical properties of lapis lazuli

It has long been believed that the main magical properties of lapis lazuli are aimed at establishing communication between people and gods. It is impossible to shame the soul before the creator, and therefore in the European magical tradition the blue stone became a symbol of openness and frankness.

Constant communication with the gem cleanses the soul of base thoughts, directs aspirations to spiritual heights. Only true friends can bestow loved ones with lapis lazuli: they do not accept insincerity!

Wearing lapis lazuli jewelry can give a person the happiness of material prosperity, business success, game luck or mutual love – but only one of four! It is noted that at different stages of life the same talisman can contribute to all four benefits in turn.

Stone Cornelian

Stone Cornelian | Properties of Cornelian

  • June 25, 2018

Carnelian – orange, red-orange color chalcedony. Chalcedony consist of thin quartz crystals and have a fibrous structure. Orange-red and orange-yellow-pink chalcedony are called cornelian. Dark specimens of carnelian brown-red color are called carneols.

Carnelian is a stone with weak radioactive properties, which requires a golden frame. It is often called the July gem. He gives his owners love, conjugal happiness, health, courage. In ancient Egypt, carnal and ritual ornaments were made from carnelian, which were dedicated to the goddess Isis. The symbol of the goddess Isis resembles the shape of a three-leafed clover – it was carved in carnelian – on the clasps, on the rings, and thus asked the great goddess, the “mother of the gods”, for protection and after death.

Red carnelian was considered the stone of the martyr Bartholomew.

In the Middle Ages, carnelian ornaments were very popular, because at that time it was believed that this beautiful stone could defeat black magic, protect from ill-will, contribute to secrecy, give the owner courage, reconcile quarrels, keep away from evil spells and lightning. It was also believed that carnelian intensifies the sense of touch and protects against the squandering of vitality.

Carnelian contributes to the treatment of fever and nervous diseases, strengthens the teeth, regulates menstruation, has bactericidal properties.

Carnelian necklace is recommended to be worn for Graves’ disease. If you put cornelian on the eyelids of closed eyes, it helps with headache. Women kept carnelian in their mouths during childbirth.

Carnelian, worn in a suspended form (necklace, beads, rosary, etc.), is capable of increasing anger. Therefore, it is recommended to wear it in the rings – then it calms the heartbeat, contributes to the favorable response of another person to this or that request. In ancient times, carnelian was divided into “male” and “female”. Reddish carnelian was considered “male”, and orange-yellow – “female”.

Carnelian helps the digestion of food, the search for a way out of any life situations, is useful for the circulatory system, protects against infections, regulates the functioning of the thyroid gland.

The name “cornelian” came from the Greek word sardolith – a stone from Sard. Other names of the mineral and its varieties: blood agate, linkurus, carneol, sard.

The name of the stone comes from the Old Russian “image as heart”. This collective name of chalcedony (a cryptocrystalline variety of silica) is a sardar (from Sardis – the name of the capital of the Lydian kingdom, located near the Aegean coast of modern Turkey), carnelian (from the Latin cornum – dogwood), linkurus.

Carnelian, sardine, carnelian – one of the few names of precious stones, reached us through the millennium, almost unchanged. The oldest obsolete synonyms of the name “carnelian” were “akiq”, “vaklar” and “demion”.

Physical properties :

  1. a) Consists of a cryptocrystalline variety of silica, naturally colored with hydroxides and iron oxides in chestnut, brown-red (starter); red, orange-red (carnelian); orange-yellow and yellow (lenturium) shades,
  2. b) hardness of carnelian – 6.5-7,
  3. c) density – 2.6 g / cm3,
  4. d) the degree of transparency – translucent to transparent.

Features of education. Carnelian was formed as a result of ancient volcanic processes in the bubbles (tonsils) of lava flows and vent structures of the volcanoes, where it is found together with agate and other colored varieties of chalcedony. But its rich color, as many geologists believe, it acquires already on the surface, after the destruction of its volcanic rocks, including, under the influence of sunlight.

The deposit of the best carnelians in Russia is Eastern Siberia: the basin of the Zeya River (Amur Region), Yakutia, Chukotka, Buryatia, southeast of the Chita Region; from foreign deposits, it is worth mentioning India (the Deccan Highlands, Gujarat), Mongolia, the USA (Montana state), the island of Madagascar, Uruguay and Brazil.

Application. The first products of carnelian (the oldest tools) were encountered during excavations of paleolithic man sites (800-60 thousand years BC). As a material for the manufacture of jewelry, amulets, talismans and cult objects, carnelian has been used since the early Neolithic (18 thousand years BC).

The most popular of this remarkable stone was in Ancient Greece, Mesopotamia, the Middle East, in Russia and in medieval Europe. It was valued much higher than many of the precious stones and metals are known at that time, for example, in the 4th century AD. carnelian ranked fifth in value in the row: diamond, pearl, emerald, noble opal, carnelian, red carbuncles (spinel, ruby, garnet) and then gold, silver, sapphire, and topaz.

From it was made amulets, rings, other jewelry, carved prints, cameos, intaglio, figurines, cups, crosses. Carnelian – a traditional material for the manufacture of jewelry. Carnelian, in general, was loved by many great and famous people: the history included the suspension and a favorite vessel of carnelian with shadows for the ages of Queen Cleopatra (69-30 BC), belt buckle decorated with carnelian “Stunner of the Universe” warrior Tamerlane , the seal of the last Hetman of Ukraine, Kirill Razumovsky, the ring-mascot of Byron, according to the legend presented to him in Greece by the gypsy Khatadzhe (in fact he was presented to the poet by his friend Edston, supposedly as a token of gratitude for saving his life).

In ancient Egypt, carnelian likened to the “sunset in the stone”, was considered the stone of the goddess Isis (the mother of all gods), able to bring wealth and glory, to ensure a tranquil descent into the next world and a sweet stay in it. According to J. Kuntz, the 156th chapter of the Egyptian “Book of the Dead” begins with these words: “The head of the buckle of cornelian placed on the neck of the dead.” Isis blood, Isis virtue, the magical power of Isis, the magical power of the Eye guarding this Great (deceased ) – they will turn away any evil that threatens him. “

Medicinal properties

As a remedy carnelian is known since ancient times. It was used by Egyptian healers in diseases of the nervous system. In Europe, carnelian, worn to powder, diluted with wine and taken as a medicine for diseases such as arrhythmia, hearing impairment, hypertension, headache. It is believed that the powder from this stone can improve blood circulation, stop internal bleeding, heal kidney diseases. Modern with therapists suggest that this stone should be worn on the body to get rid of ulcers, tumors, and with a migraine, small, polished pieces should be placed on closed eyelids.

Carnelian affects the frontal chakra.

Magic properties

In many countries of the world, carnelian personifies love, faith, family happiness. In Ancient Rus this stone was considered a love talisman, and in Ancient Greece, from it wedding gems were cut out. In the countries of the East, the cornelian was used to make amulets capable of protecting their masters from evil spells, envy, evil eye and dashing people. Carnelian is the stone of people born under the signs of the Virgin and Gemini. Virgo he helps to cope with uncontrollable anger, Gemini gives the opportunity to discover hidden talents and develop them.