Rare and valuable minerals

How does tourmaline stone affect a person?

No gemstone has such a variety of colors as tourmaline. And although it has been known in the Mediterranean since ancient times, tourmaline was brought to Europe from Ceylon by the Dutch in 1703. They called it the Sinhalese word “tourmali”. Along with plain ones, polychrome tourmalines are often found. In one crystal of such tourmaline, areas of different colors or shades can be distinguished. Among collectors, light-colored tourmaline crystals with a black head are called the Moor’s head, and those with a red head are called the Turk’s head. Often the color distribution is zonal. In Brazil, for example, tourmalines are found with a red core, first bordered by light green, and then dark green and green zones. South African tourmalines have a green core surrounded by a red outer zone. Collectors call tourmalines with a red core and a green “rind” watermelon. There is probably no other such colorful stone in nature. There are many color options for tourmaline: in addition to all the colors of the rainbow, it can be black, colorless, plain and polychrome (multicolor). Polychrome crystal has different colors at the poles and can be colored in circles.

Varieties

  • rubellite – red, ruby ​​red is especially valued;
  • verdelite – green, emerald green is especially valued;
  • dravite – brown: from yellowish-brown to dark brown;
  • indigolite – blue and light blue;
  • achroite – colorless, rare;
  • sibirite – crimson, lilac-red, red-violet;
  • sherl – black;
  • watermelon tourmaline – with a red core and a green border.

Tourmaline cat’s eye comes in different colors, but only the green and pink varieties have a clearly visible streak of light. Its appearance is due to inclusions of fibrous minerals. Some tourmalines slightly change color when exposed to artificial light.

Materials

When a crystal is heated or squeezed or rubbed, it creates an electrical charge. In this case, one end of the crystal is charged positively, and the other – negatively. Such an electrified crystal attracts dust particles and small pieces of paper (pyro- and piezoelectricity).

The Dutch sailors and merchants who first brought this mineral to Europe knew and used this effect. They cleaned their meerschaum pipes with heated tourmaline crystals, and therefore called this stone “aschenzier” – drawing out ash.

Place of Birth

Main deposits: Sri Lanka, USA (California, Maine, San Diego), Brazil (Minas Gerais, Bahia), Nuristan (Afghanistan), Madagascar, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Tanzania, Kenya, India, Burma, Angola, Australia, Thailand, Russia (Transbaikalia, Urals), Tajikistan, South Africa, Elba Island and Switzerland.

Cut options

The most typical cut for tourmaline is the Baguette cut with 33 facets. This cut shape is often dictated by the elongated shape of the crystals. Although tourmaline can be cut into any shape depending on the artistic intent when making jewelry.

Selling jewelry with tourmaline

Tourmaline produces such bright jewelry that it invariably lifts the mood of its owner, and in combination with other colored stones it is a real kaleidoscope of colors. In the MIUZ Diamonds collections you will find rings and earrings with tourmaline and colored enamel; you can also order a pendant with this stone in the online store miuz.ru.

How to distinguish natural tourmaline from a fake

Tourmaline is usually imitated using glass of different colors and various types of synthetic garnets, as well as other materials that are similar in their external characteristics.

You can distinguish a natural stone from glass by holding a sample in your hands: the glass will quickly heat up, and real tourmaline will remain cold longer.

An easy way to spot a fake. All natural tourmalines have a pronounced property – the ability to become electrified. This is an excellent diagnostic method: rub the stone on natural woolen fabric, and then bring it, for example, to finely cut pieces of paper – they should be attracted.

Paraiba tourmaline has a neon blue glow; the stone sparkles even at dusk. And if you expose a cut stone to the sun’s rays, it begins to “burn” so that it does not provide shade. However, it is very rare and expensive, so it is unlikely that you will find jewelry with it.

Tourmaline: magical properties of the stone

The properties of tourmaline depend on its color:

  • Black. It sharpens perception, attracts inspiration, drives away self-doubt, and neutralizes negative emotions. Perfect for representatives of creative professions. Among the zodiac signs, it is best suited for power-hungry Leos and restless Scorpios.
  • Pink. Allows the owner to remain young at heart regardless of age, helps to love himself and attract the love of the opposite sex. Suitable for Capricorns.
  • Red. A talisman for creative individuals, helps to harmonize relationships in couples. Recommended for Aries.
  • Watermelon (red-white-green). It awakens harmony with the world and compassion in a person, helps to heal mental wounds, and teaches the owner to rejoice under any circumstances. Will help Virgos, Geminis, Capricorns.
  • Green. It is considered one of the most powerful stones of the heart chakra and a protector from any kind of negative influences. Such a talisman can be chosen by Gemini, Libra and Aquarius.
  • Blue. Helps the owner develop spiritual qualities. Taurus, Sagittarius and Aquarius should take a closer look at blue tourmaline.

But you should not wear jewelry with sherl all the time – it is believed that it absorbs a lot of negativity, so it should be given a rest.

The healing properties of tourmaline

Depending on its color, certain medicinal properties are also attributed to this mineral. Thus, it is believed that watermelon tourmaline restores the nervous system. Pink stones have a beneficial effect on the endocrine and respiratory systems and heal the skin.

Green tourmaline works well with fears, helps strengthen the nervous system, has a positive effect on vision, cardiovascular and immune systems, and promotes slimness. Areas of influence of blue stones are the respiratory organs, eyes, immune system, brain, endocrine glands.

Many people are puzzled by conflicting information about the mineral tourmaline. Either it is advertised as a “magic” cure for all diseases, or it is criticized as an absolutely useless stone, and products based on it are a publicity stunt. Is tourmaline really useful? What kind of stone is this and what are its properties? What is the danger of tourmaline?

What is tourmaline

Tourmaline is a group of minerals that are similar in meaning and properties. Depending on its color, tourmaline is assessed as a precious stone or an ornamental stone. Tourmaline can be pink, light blue, soft and dark green, transparent and black.

Is tourmaline really useful?

In 1880, the Curie family discovered a unique feature on the surface of the mineral. A mini electric charge occurs on the stone under the influence of solar energy. It’s like a natural magnet for attracting small particles.

Having studied such features of the mineral, scientists began to use tourmaline as a natural adsorbent. That is, the stone helped remove heavy metals from the body. Over the years, research has been carried out on the mineral and its properties. And what did the scientists see?

In fact, the stone has very powerful energy. Natural stones have the ability to absorb energy and release it. Tourmaline is a mineral with living energy. Today, its properties are used for the synthesis of negative ions in medical devices. This means that tourmaline is recognized by doctors all over the world.

Tourmaline is often called a “medicine stone”. Its importance in this industry is great. The mineral helps normalize biocurrents and emits natural anions. In simple terms, this is natural natural adsorbent, which accelerates the metabolism in the body. Evidence of this is effective treatment in medical institutions using devices based on the properties of tourmaline.

Anion release rate promotes rapid removal of toxins from the body. A slagged body is the source of development of all diseases. Cleansing the body of harmful substances, heavy metals and radicals means taking the right step towards recovery.

The electrical properties of tourmaline are used for the action of ions, that is, it occurs natural ionization (purification) of air. The most unpleasant odors ingrained into walls and objects can only be removed with an ozonizer, a special device. As a result, after half an hour of operation of the ozonizer, the air in the room is like after rain. Such ozonizers can be purchased on the HaoGang website. Clean air restores the body and saturates it with pure oxygen.

How to properly use the healing properties of tourmaline

The effect of the healing properties of tourmaline can be felt in reality, and not from books and stories. Having identified the medicinal properties of the mineral, scientists examined the options for its action on objects of daily use by humans. And it yielded results.

Particles of the mineral began to be applied to glasses, combs, clothes, jewelry, and to those objects that people use every day. The effect of tourmaline on the human body turned out to be incredible. All the positive aspects in the treatment of patients and prevention of diseases were perceived by scientists as a gift from nature.

Tourmaline products can be found in our tourmaline products section.

Here are selected unique items with tourmaline coating. The effect of the mineral is so great that even small particles produce an incredible effect. Tourmaline healing belts protect joints from inflammation, instantly relieve pain and help relieve nervous tension.

As you know, all diseases are caused by nerves. I became very nervous and had a headache, a headache, a pain in the side, and then a general fever. Therefore, it is very important that the functioning of the nervous system is established. This is facilitated by the healing properties of tourmaline. For example, you can comb your head with a tourmaline comb, or constantly wear jewelry. The action of tourmaline improves blood circulation and brain function. That’s why it’s so useful to have at least one thing made of tourmaline.

We can talk a lot about the properties of tourmaline; it is a real gift that nature gave us. It would be stupid to refuse such a gift, especially since tourmaline does no harm at all.

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