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    Therapeutic Gemstones

    Therapeutic gemstones are wearable energy medicine tools that help uplift the health of your body, mind, and spirit—gently and naturally.

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    Gemstone Cleansing – Your Questions Answered – PART 3: Water Rinse

    Gemstone Cleansing – Your Questions Answered – PART 3: Water Rinse

    The quickest way to cleanse certain therapeutic gemstones is the Water Rinse. This makes it a great technique when you’re on the go or when you want to wear your gems almost continuously. It’s also handy after you’ve used your necklace for a focused treatment and want to wear it soon thereafter. I love the Water Rinse because it not only cleanses the gemstones of unwanted energies but also removes dirt and oil, so they feel extra refreshed and clean.
    January 19, 2021 by Michelle Smith
    Gemstone Cleansing – Your Questions Answered – PART 2: Plant Rejuvenation

    Gemstone Cleansing – Your Questions Answered – PART 2: Plant Rejuvenation

    In Part 2 of our five-part series on Gemstone Cleansing, I answer your questions about my favorite cleansing method: Plant Rejuvenation. Since gems come from the Earth, bringing them into contact with its energy through a living, growing source just feels good and is especially refreshing to the gems. 
    January 12, 2021 by Michelle Smith
    Gemstone Cleansing – Your Questions Answered – PART 1: Salt Bed

    Gemstone Cleansing – Your Questions Answered – PART 1: Salt Bed

    Over my years of advising people on how to work with their gemstones, I’ve found that many of you have similar questions about how to cleanse your gems. Because of how vital cleansing is to keeping your gemstones working their best, I began to collect the questions (and answers) for a blog post. It soon became apparent that I had compiled enough to create a five-part series! 
    January 05, 2021 by Michelle Smith