Natural Red, Sesame and Dalmatian Jasper are strung on your new crystal healing bracelet set. The Red Jasper is a bold red in color and may show black and white inclusions. The Sesame Jasper is a minty green stone with black and white inclusions. The Dalmatian Jasper is a cream stone with black spots. The natural stones are polished into 7mm to 8mm round beads and strung on sturdy stretch cord to form your three new flexible bracelets. Jasper is known as a nurturing stone, providing support during times of stress and illness. Jasper provides protection and absorbs negative energy. Jasper can provide the courage to assertively tackle problems. Jasper provides physical energy for action. It is a grounding stone, helpful for those who feel spacey at times.Jasper healing crystals open and balance the Root Chakra. This is a limited-edition Jasper bracelet set. You will receive three bracelet per order; each may vary slightly from the other. Due to the natural state of stones, you may find varying colors, inclusions, veins, surface craters, dips and minerals within the organic crystals. Keep the bracelets in the Kraft jewelry box when not in use; add some sea salt or dry brown rice into the box to keep the crystals energetically charged. 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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