7 Natural Gems

The ancient Indian theory of yoga holds that the seven chakras constitute the energy organization of our bodies and are the focal points of the body's energy.From top to bottom, the seven chakra are divided into the crown chakra, the eyebrow chakra, the throat chakra, the heart chakra, the sun chakra, the navel chakra, and the sea chakra, which correspond to different parts of the body.Seven colored stones contain seven kinds of natural minerals, amethyst, lapis lazuli, blue chalcedony, Dongling jade, yellow agate, golden jade, red jasper, respectively, corresponding to the seven rounds of the human body.Colorful stone from ancient Indian yoga theory to bring people health.

lapis lazuli

As an ancient gemstone, lapis lazuli has been loved by people from all over the world. In ancient China, ancient Egypt and ancient Greece were regarded as precious jade varieties. The lapis lazuli corresponds to the ajna chakra of the human body and helps to treat insomnia, headache, soothe mood and lower blood pressure. Lapis lazuli can also relieve eye fatigue and protect eyesight.

Blue chalcedony

Blue chalcedony is well known as a beautiful gem,It is formed by the low temperature hydrothermal fluid containing silicate precipitated in the block rock of the Andesite. Blue chalcedony corresponds to the throat Chakra. Good improvement in chronic pharyngitis, oral cavity, thyroid body and lungs.

Green Aventurine jade

Green Aventurine jade is a kind of Aventurine, which is green because it contains chrome mica. Green Aventurine corresponds to the Heart Chakra. Long-term contact can keep people happy and relieve stress. It also relieves the disease of the heart and lung system. Green Aventurine can also supplement the trace elements and minerals needed by the human body.

Yellow agate

Yellow agate is documented in both Old Testament and Buddhist texts, It is one of the seven gemstone. Yellow agate corresponds to the Nabhi Chakra , It has a good regulating effect on the gastrointestinal organs and can also moisturize the skin and improve some skin problems.

Gold jade

Gold jade was designated as the “born stone” in November by many countries and is a symbol of friendship and peace. In ancient times, gold jade has medicinal value and can be ground into powder for use as a medicinal material. Glod jade corresponds to the maripura chakra and has therapeutic effects on the liver, pancreas and gallbladder. It can promote metabolism and eliminate body waste.

Red jasper

Red jasper corresponds to Muladhara chkara that suitable for women with weak constitution and anemia. Long-term exposure can help improve gynecological and reproductive diseases, it can also enhance the function of the sexual organs. Red jasper can be kept from fading because it contains high-priced iron oxide.