Natural Botswana Agate, Crazy Lace Agate and Moss Agate are strung on your new crystal healing bracelets. Botswana Agate has a translucent gray background with striking rhythmic patterns of brown and white bands. Crazy Lace Agate displays creamy white, brown, black, gold and occasional pink swirls. Moss Agate is a translucent stone full of green moss-like inclusions. These are durable stones chosen for their hardness and contrasting patterns, polished into 7mm to 8mm round beads. The genuine Agate beads are strung on sturdy stretch cord to create your three unique bracelets. Agates foster love, abundance, wealth, good luck, longevity, acceptance, courage, protection, balance, harmony, generosity, strength, security and appreciation of nature. Agates are considered power stones. They are very grounding, solid and stable. All Agates have excellent protective and healing energy, and stimulate analytical capabilities and precision. This is a limited-edition Agate stretch bracelet set. You will receive three Agate bracelets per order; each will vary slightly from the other and from the pictures. The bracelets comes in a Kraft gift box in which you can store dry brown rice or sea salt to keep the healing stones energetically charged when not being worn. To determine your bracelet size, measure the circumference of your wrist exactly where you want the bracelet to lie. Use this measurement to buy your new bracelet.
My name is Sheila Satin and I'm all about the crystal healing, handmade jewelry and living life. I am the owner of "I Dig Crystals" - the offspring of our family business, Satin Crystals. In 2003, I entered the family business, selling mainly at trade shows and to my late-father's crystal healing students. My interest in crystals grew as I continued to learn and experiment with the different properties of natural stones. The healing aspect of the company became increasingly attractive after I earned my certificate in Crystal Healing Therapy. I am also proud to conduct an Eco-friendly business using natural elements, biodegradable bags and bubble wrap, recycled mailers and sustainable treeless paper. I also maintain the I Dig Crystals Blog, answering crystal healing related questions and informing those who are ready to let go of their limited notions in this vast metaphysical world.
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