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Valued throughout history over may cultures, emeralds were very popular in ancient Egypt and were especially prized by Cleopatra. Egyptians used them to adorn jewelry and they were also sometimes included with Egyptian burials. Emeralds were worshiped by Incas and Aztecs, who used them for jewelry and carvings. A stone of communication, success and love. Said to attract joy, enhance faith and promote truthfulness as well as repair damaged relationships. A symbol of love, emeralds aid in clairvoyance as well as romance and romantic intuition.
Healing lore: general illness, heart and lung ailments.
Said to promote growth in both spiritual and material realms. Promotes spiritual growth by allowing increased awareness and perception where there once was closed-mindedness and negativity. Healing lore: anxiety, phobias, immune system, digestive system.
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