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Turquoise properties: "The Healer", Good luck, Protection on all levels, Purification, Clearing, Connection of physical and spiritual, Strengthen Qi, Vitality, Heart centering, Self-realisation, Creative Problem Solving, Wholeness, Truth, Immune System, Empowering Articulate Communication, Romantic Love, Heart and Throat Chakras

Turquoise is rare and valuable in finer grades and has been prized as a gemstone and ornamental stone for thousands of years owing to its unique hue.

Turquoise has a rich and long human history, and is well respected as a powerful healing stone. Wearing turquoise as a pendant is believed to support healing through strengthening life force energy and supporting the immune system.

This gemstone has been cherished by various cultures over time, including ancient Egyptians, Persians, and Native American tribes. In ancient Egypt, it adorned pharaohs and was associated with protection, rebirth, and eternal life. Native American tribes, like the Navajo and Pueblo peoples, consider turquoise sacred and use it in their art and jewellery.

Turquoise is renowned for its metaphysical and healing properties. It is often linked to enhancing communication, balance, and emotional well-being. Many believe it has a calming and protective energy, capable of dispelling negative forces and fostering inner peace. Some alternative medicine and crystal healing practitioners use turquoise to alleviate physical ailments like headaches and respiratory issues. Wearing turquoise as a pendant close to the throat and heart chakra is thought to strengthen the immune system and promote overall well-being.

Within the realm of chakra healing, turquoise is associated with the throat chakra and the heart chakra. These energy centres are linked to communication, self-expression, and emotional equilibrium. Wearing turquoise near these chakras is believed to help balance and align them, facilitating improved communication and emotional harmony.

Turquoise exhibits a variety of shades, ranging from light sky blue to deep greenish-blue, often displaying unique matrix patterns or veins of other minerals. Different sources of turquoise can have distinct properties and appearances, including well-known varieties like Persian turquoise, Sleeping Beauty turquoise, and Kingman turquoise.

Turquoise is frequently used in jewellery design, making its way into rings, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces. Its vibrant colour and spiritual symbolism render it a popular choice for both contemporary and traditional jewellery. Moreover, it is employed in creating intricate mosaic art, pottery, and other decorative objects in regions where the stone holds cultural significance.

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