Coloured Tourmaline Bracelet

£4.00

    • Pink (Rubellite): Pink tourmaline can vary from pale pink to deep red, but all ranges of the hue are meant to relate to matters of the heart. The pink stone is supposed to encourage compassion and gentleness, as well as link love and spirituality. One variation of pink tourmaline is referred to as watermelon tourmaline because it has a pink center surrounded by an outer green “rind.” This variation is said to link the emotions of the pink center to the physical being of the outer green rock, bringing joy to a person’s life and relationships.
    • Purple (Siberite): Purple tourmaline is all about serene energy. The stone is reported to ground and protect you, as well as help you deeply relax. With that, siberite helps release emotional attachments, so you can look at the world with a nonjudgmental view. Additionally, some use purple tourmaline’s physical properties to reduce headaches and migraines.
    • Light blue/blue-green (Indicolite): Indicolite stems from the word “indigo,” and the blue or aqua-green color of this tourmaline represents the tranquility of water. Blue tourmaline is meant to represent clear, honest communication and the ability to speak from the heart. It also is supposed to encourage an open mind and embrace of truth and ethics.
    • Green (Verdilite): Green tourmaline is supposedly the most healing of all the crystals of the physical heart. It’s the masculine counterpart to feminine pink tourmaline, and it’s meant to boost courage, strength, stamina, and vitality. The color can range from pale green to shades of olive.
    • Brown (Dravite): Ranging from dark yellow to dark brown, dravite is supposed to be a grounding influence because of its natural, earthy hue. The stone restores emotional balance and promotes understanding while relieving worrying and creating a feeling of calm. In general, dravite is supposed to transform negative energy into positive.
    • Author – The Spruce

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