Limited Edition: Natural Black Tourmaline stones are strung on your new crystal healing bracelet set. Also known as Schorl, Black Tourmaline is an opaque stone which shows thin striated sides in its raw form and many natural pits, caves and veins. These raw Black Tourmaline beads are strung on sturdy stretch cord for a unique and flexible bracelet. Due to the natural state of the stones, each bead will vary slightly from the other. Crystal Healing Properties: Tourmaline stones have a very electrical nature and can thus effectively aid the nervous system. Tourmaline can clear away energy blockages and cleanse the aura, and can aid in the removal of negative patterns. Tourmaline cleanses, purifies, and transforms dense energy into a lighter vibration. It is used as a protection stone and depending on the color balances particular Chakras. Measures: approximately 6-16mm stones Check Your Size: x-small: 5-6 inches, small: 6-7 inches, medium: 7-8 inches, large: 8-9 inches Chakra Balancing: Root Chakras Thank you for your positive presence at I Dig Crystals!
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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