RUBY to treat conditions where vitality is depleted

RUBY to treat conditions where vitality is depleted

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RUBY:  It is thought that the word comes from the Latin "ruber" meaning "red". 

Colour and description: Rose to dark purple / red. As a rough stone it looks remarkably dull yet shines like a diamond when cut and polished.  It gets its colour from traces of chrome.

Other names: Ruby is the trade name for "red corundum."

Where is it found: Burma and Sri Lanka.

Hardness:  9

(Talc is the softest at number 1 and diamond the hardest at number 10)

Structure: trigonal crystalline.


Crystal healers use Ruby for the following conditions:


Infectious diseases:. Used to ease typhoid, bubonic plague.

Heart attack and other circulatory diseases: Good to use on those who have had a heart attack because with this condition the vitality is depleted.  Also used for leukaemia, sickle cell anaemia, and schizophrenia.

Builds confidence: Helps you to be your true self.

Self-hatred: Helps with those who judge themselves too harshly.

Leadership qualities: Gives you the confidence to make unpopular decisions.

Other uses: To stop bad dreams, reconcile arguments; strengthen ears, spleen, and pituitary. 


Element: Fire


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