Stone Lore and Legend of Rhodonite: Rhodonite gets it’s name from the Greek word rhodon, meaning rose colored. Rhodonite was first discovered in Russia in the 1790s in the Ural Mountains. The people in the local village believed that the eagles in the area carried pieces of Rhodonite to their nests, so they began adding the stone to their babies cribs, spo their children would grow up as free and strong as the great eagle. Later, it became customary to give Rhodonite to travelers as a protective stone. It was believed to make the travelers heart beat faster if danger was approaching. How fitting then, that Rhodonite inlay was used to decorate the Moscow Metro, built between 1935 and 1938.
*Modern Gemstone Therapy/Crystal Healing: Known as the rescue stone, Rhodonite is also a love stone. It is very helpful for fascilitating emotional healing from past issues that have become a burden. The stone is said to bring a calm confidence, balancing the emotions, clearing the mind of doubt and anger.
*This would be another great collar charm for a newly adopted pet that may have been abused or neglected in the past.
Rhodonite is said to strengthen the central nervous system and the body’s reflexes. Serious illness may recover more quickly and completely if the stone is kept with the sick pet. Rhodonite reduces joint inflammation.
Sterling Silver Therapy: Silver can absorb, enhance and amplify the power of your gemstone. Silver can also help balance the chemicals in the body and improve the transmission of nerve impulses. Silver is used as a natural antibiotic.
This handcrafted collar charm can be used as an aid in crystal healing for dogs, crystal healing for cats, crystal healing for pets…crystal healing for all animals.
Gemstone Therapy and crystal healing are not the same as curing. Healing is a natural method used to help the body and mind to become stronger and better. It is not meant as a substitute for a medical diagnosis and treatment from your veterinarian or physician. Gemstone Therapy cannot replace medication. We are only offering information, not medical advice.