Stone Lore and Legend of Lapis Lazuli: More then 6500 years ago to today, Lapis has been mined from the worlds oldest known commercial gemstone source, located in a vast mountain range in a provence of Afghanistan. In many cultures, Lapis Lazuli was regarded as a holy stone. It is one of the gemstones used in the breastplate of the disciple Aaron. Egyptians used it on the statues of their gods and in burial masks for protection in the next life. The famous King Tut’s burial mask was made of Lapis Lazuli and the columns of St. Isaac’s Cathedral in Petersburg, Russia are lined with Lapis. During ancient times, Lapis was ground up, mixed with milk and used as a compress to relieve ulcers and boils. During the Middle Ages, the stone was believed to keep the skeleton strong while keeping the spirit free from negative emotions. The Romans used Lapis Lazuli as an aphrodisiac. A 1600 BC Egyptian papyrus lists the medicinal values of Lapis among other gemstones.
*Modern Gemstone Therapy/Crystal Healing: Lapis Lazuli purifies the blood, helps to lower blood pressure and soothes areas of inflammation. It is said to help strengthen the respiratory and central nervous systems and to cleanse the bone marrow and organs.
Lapis Lazuli is the stone for the Third-eye or Brow Chakra.
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 medical diagnosis and treatment from your veternarian or physician. gemstone therapy cannot replace medication. We are only offering information, not medical advice.