Lithotherapy jewelry, which ones to choose?

Lithotherapy jewelry, which ones to choose?


Definition of lithotherapy

Lithotherapy, or treatment with stones , is an alternative medicine attributing therapeutic virtues to minerals. According to lithotherapists, these would have been charged with energy during their long formations in the bowels of the earth. The alleged benefits of these stones are used to improve the well-being of people or to help them heal themselves.

Lithotherapy responds to a holistic approach to care, that is to say that we will place the individual and his environment at the heart of the treatment. When an organ is diseased, it would come from a global disorganization of the patient’s metabolism, the causes of which can be multiple, and in particular environmental. It is then considered that a drug treatment, alone, would be insufficient to completely cure a disease, since it will only be treated in a targeted manner.

The use of minerals can be done in prevention (protection against illness or bad waves) or in care. In contact with them, the energy fluids (also called chakras or meridians) of a person in suffering, physical or moral, would harmonize.

Long before the era of modern conventional medicine, man treated himself using what he found in nature: plants and minerals therefore constituted a rich pharmacopoeia whose knowledge was transmitted from generation to generation.

Whether in external application (talisman) or in the form of a beverage (elixir), we find prescriptions based on minerals in old writings dating from antiquity and from different civilizations (Mesopotamia, ancient China, ancient India, etc.) ). Today the stones are worn in the form of lithotherapy jewelry.

Lithotherapy is thus one of the many foundations of ancestral medicine also composed of acupuncture, massages or even breathing techniques (yoga and meditation).

Jewelry to heal with stones

The power of lithotherapy stones

According to lithotherapists, to take full advantage of the power of stones, they must be natural. It is then necessary to distinguish between synthetic stones and treated ones. If the synthetic stone is a pure laboratory product, devoid of properties, a treated natural stone remains a real stone: the treatment having only the objective of improving its appearance or intensifying its color. The treated stones therefore retain their chemical and energy properties. If in the world of jewelry, a large majority of fine and precious stones are treated, there are also many other stones that require no treatment, as they are naturally beautiful: a true miracle of nature.

To benefit from the supposed benefits of a stone, there are different modes of administration.

If, in ancient times, it was customary to ingest certain stones reduced to powder, it was later shown that this could be dangerous, even fatal.

Today, followers of lithotherapy prefer to immerse a mineral in distilled water and then drink the solution obtained after having previously exposed it to the rays of the moon or the sun.

Considering that the crystals emit particular waves or radiations, one can also carry them on oneself, in jewels, and benefit from their protections. Medieval talismans, charms or carbuncles have given way to refined and trendy lithotherapy jewelry set with fine and precious stones.

Also used as a decorative object, more or less imposing pieces of minerals will be placed in a room of the house and their fields of action will be proportional to their size.

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