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7 Celebrities Often Spotted with Bead Jewelry {Updated 2020}-Adrian Jade

7 Celebrities Often Spotted with Bead Jewelry {Updated 2020}

The omnipotence and might of wearing a natural stone depend on the wearer, the stone and the chemistry between both. Nevertheless, every stone affects its wearer and their life, negatively or positively. The following 7 celebrities are renowned for their exquisite taste in men’s bracelets made of natural stones:

Melanite - Benefits and Properties

Melanite is a polished dark garnet gemstone that is often confused with "titanian andradite" because of its titanium content. In Hindu mythology, melanite is related to the first chakra, or the "root chakra". The Root Chakra is named Mūlādhāra in Sanskrit

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7 Health Benefits of wearing Silver Bracelets in 2020-Adrian Jade

7 Health Benefits of wearing Silver Bracelets in 2020

The benefits of silver are derived from its electrical and thermal conductivity—i.e. its ability to generate an electrical field that distributes electricity and heat around the body. Positively-charged silver ions create a conductive field that reflects electromagnetic radiation away from the body, much like a mirror reflects light. This field stimulates the body’s existing conductivity, improving blood circulation, temperature balance, and general healing.

Star Sapphire - Benefits and Properties

Star Sapphire helps to bring clarity and understanding to the intentions of others. It can also bring happiness to any mood or situation. This gemstone brings peace, tranquillity and spiritual healing whilst sustaining the life force and attracting joy and peace.
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Clinohumite - Benefits and Properties-Adrian Jade

Clinohumite - Benefits and Properties

Clinohumite was first discovered in 1876. Until recently, it was thought to be one of the ten rarest gemstones in the world, with only a few thousand carats worth of gemstones known to exist in private collections. Wearing Clinohumite along with lapis lazuli is ideal for detoxifying the liver, energy circulation, and to dilate blood vessels.

Kyanite - Benefits and Properties

Kyanite is an excellent stone for meditation and attunement. It will not retain negative vibrations or energy, therefore never requirer cleaning.  Kyanite aligns all chakras instantly and thereby provides a balance of yin-yang energy. Most people have not heard of this gemstone, as it is infrequently used in jewelry. It is an "exotic" gem.

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Aquamarine - Benefits and Properties-Adrian Jade

Aquamarine - Benefits and Properties

It is a wonderful crystal for beautifying the body because it encourages self-respect and inner peace, the special formula for eternal youth. The soothing, go with the flow energy of this stone makes it an excellent tool in crystal healing. It activates the heart chakra - the energy center associated with unconditional love and compassion.

Rhodonite - Benefits and Properties

Rhodonite is a stone of compassion. It is an emotional balancer that clears away emotional wounds and scars from the past and nurtures love. It stimulates, clears and activates the heart. Wear a Rhodonite bracelet in your hand and imagine floating in a giant pool of pink. You'll be amazed at how quickly toxic emotions melt away when you kill them with true kindness. After all, everything is better in pink, the symbol for unconditional love, the world’s best medicine.
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Agate - Benefits and Properties-Adrian Jade

Agate - Benefits and Properties

Agate is one of the best healing gemstones out there. Known as the stabilizer, this powerful gemstone is the one to call for support when you need stability and grounding in your life.

Garnet - Benefits and Properties

Star Garnet is the stone of action and passion. If your life is plagued with indecisiveness, you need this gemstone. The word garnet comes from the 14th‑century Middle English word gernet, meaning 'dark red'. It is derived from the Latin granatus, from granum ('grain, seed'). This is possibly a reference to mela granatum or even pomum granatum (pomegranate) a plant whose fruits contain abundant and vivid red seed covers, which are similar in shape, size, and colour to some garnet crystals.
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