Stone Lore and Legend of Rose Quartz: Called the heart stone, Rose Quartz is known to have been crafted into jewelry and worn by the Assyrians, possibly as love tokens, as early as 800 – 600 BC. The earliest recorded times show that the ancient Roman, greek and Egyptian cultures believed the stone to have magical powers, using the crystal as potent talismans. the Egyptians in particular, believed Rose quartz could prevent aging. In the middle ages, medical practitioners used the stone in their healing potions. It was said to balance the emotions and to heal anger.
*Modern Gemstone Therapy/Crystal Healing: Rose Quartz is said to encourage unconditional love, trust and harmony, purifying and opening the heart to promote acceptance, friendship and peace. The stone encourages the dissolution of fear and suspicion and brings healing, hope and comfort. This allows a new inner peace to form.
Physically Rose quartz can also improve heart health by balancing the physical heart and circulatory system by stimulating proper functioning. It is also believed to help alleviate kidney, chest and lung ailments and to help relieve coughing.
*This is a great charm to have for new pets or rescued pets. It helps them to be more open and trusting to a new, loving relationship. It is also very helpful for pets with heart disease.
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 handrafted 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