Therapeutic Properties of
Turquoise is universally considered a lucky stone.
It is believed that Turquoise helps one to start new projects; can warn the
wearer of danger or illness by changing color; and protects the wearer from
falling - especially from horses.
Some Native Americans believed that if Turquoise was
affixed to a bow, the arrows shot from it would always hit their mark. It is
also believed to bring happiness and good fortune to all.
The blue of Turquoise was thought to have powerful metaphysical properties by
many ancient cultures. In Mexico, Turquoise was reserved for the gods,
it could not be worn by mere mortals.
In Asia Turquoise was considered a protection against the evil eye. Tibetans carved
Turquoise into ritual objects as well as wearing it in traditional jewelry.
Ancient manuscripts from Persia, India, Afghanistan, and Arabia report that the
health of a person wearing Turquoise can be assessed by variations in the color
of the stone.
In Europe Turquoise rings are given as forget-me-not gifts.
Turquoise is said to attract prosperity and success. It has the power to
influence creative powers. It enhances the ability to communicate.
has long been prized as a powerful talisman with healing properties. It can help balance the throat chakra (the blue chakra), increasing
resistance to viruses and helping to relieve sore throats, lung infections and
the side effects of allergies.
Turquoise is an important gemstone in subduing an overactive 5th Chakra.
Natural Healers consider Turquoise a Master Healing gemstone.
Called as a balancing stone, Turquoise helps balance the spiritual and the
physical--as the sky connects the heavens to the earth. Ancient Indians believed
in its ability to heal and every shaman possessed at least one piece of
Turquoise. It may also be useful in relieving migraines.
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