GARNET is a very powerful stone and is also called as stone of commitment. It heals the broken relationship and increases faith, love and trust.
Garnet is an invigorating stone, associated with vitality and increased energy. It strengthens the aura, balances the energy field, and promotes an overall atmosphere of positive energy. In addition, Garnet provides courage and victory.
It revitalises, purifies and balances energy, bringing serenity or passion as appropriate. Inspires love and devotion. Garnet balances the sex drive and alleviates emotional disharmony. It activates and strengthens the survival instinct, bringing courage and hope.
Garnet is a stone of warmth and understanding. It is known to lift the spirits and warm the heart. It let go of depression and helps resolve loneliness and survival issues. Garnet also boosts self-confidence, improves the imagination, and makes one knowledgeable.
Garnet is also known as a stone of passion, love, and sensuality. It is associated with devotion, loyalty, and fidelity and is a stone that helps strengthen commitments. Use it to stabilize your relationships.
Garnet is also a stone of wealth. It is known to bring as much windfall in material wealth as it does in emotional tranquility.
Because of its healing powers, Garnet is known as the Stone of Health. Garnet’s healing powers are said to be very helpful when it comes to cardiovascular/ heart diseases.
Garnets as Gemstones
Garnet has been used for over 5000 years. It has been used in jewellery since ages. It is inexpensive a durable.
Garnet has not lost its popularity even today. It serves as a birthstone for the month of January and is a traditional gem given on a second anniversary. Most people will think of a red gemstone when they hear the name “garnet” because they are not aware that garnet occurs in a variety of colours. However, gem-quality garnets occur in every colour – with red being the most common and blue garnets being especially rare.
Red almandine is the red garnet most often found in jewellery because it is abundant and inexpensive. Pyrope and spessartine are reddish garnets that are commonly encountered in jewellery for the same reason. In recent decades, green demantoid garnet has become popular. It has a dispersion of 0.057 that gives it a “fire” which exceeds that of diamonds at 0.044. Green tsavorite has a bright, rich colour that is very much like emerald. It is commonly used as an alternative stone to emerald. Both of these green garnets are becoming more popular, but their price is much higher than almandine.
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