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Aquamarine: Seawater Beryl

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There is a gemstone that is known for soothing and calming the soul. It gently washes away fear and negativity. Made into a bathing elixir with lavender oil added into the mix, it will numb trauma. This stone is called Aquamarine. The ancient philosopher, Pliny, paid tribute to this gem of vitality, stating, “the lovely aquamarine, which seems to have come from some mermaid’s treasure house, in the depths of a summer sea, has charms not to be denied.”

Aquamarine is derived from the Latin word for seawater. Aquamarine is a beautiful turquoise shade of Beryl, a mineral that is made of beryllium aluminum cyclosilicate. Emerald, Heliodor, Scarlet Emerald, and Morganite are all different colors of Beryl. 

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Aquamarine, a stone of courage, brings calming energy to reduce stress and quiet the mind. It's great for sensitive people such as empaths who get bombarded with energy from all sources. It helps one not to be so judgmental and supports those who feel as if they have the world on their shoulders. Aquamarine sharpens intellect and clears up any confusion. It's a gem that helps you get in touch with your creative side and helps you to be more intuitive. 

Meditating with Aquamarine shields the aura, aligns and cleanses chakras and opens up clairvoyance. If you are pregnant, it is highly protective and guards against miscarriage. It also soothes sore throats, swollen glands and thyroad problems. It boosts the immune system and alleviates overreactions such as allergies. 

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