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  • As students get ready to head back to school, are you looking for a way to support a special student in your life?

    Or perhaps you are working on completing your own degree and would like to know how therapeutic gemstones might help you succeed? If so, check out Gemisphere's top 7 gem picks for students!

    Onyx

    A must-have for students! Onyx directs energy to your lower charkas, which helps you feel more grounded and focused. What could be a better study buddy? Many of our customers, including students, swear by Onyx to help them get through any task that requires concentration and attention. Onyx is also our most affordable gemstone, making it a top pick for any student.

    Onyx

    Lavender Fire

    Few things can help a student succeed more than supporting and nourishing their mind, and this is the mission of Lavender Fire. Composed of Lavender, Quartz, and Blue Sapphire, this necklace offers the same benefits of a solid Blue Sapphire necklace but to a gentler (and more affordable) degree. The energy of Blue Sapphire helps clear the mind, lift mental fog, improve memory, and foster a broader perspective. With Lavender Fire, a student receives support for an effectively functioning mind, which all students would love to have.

    Lavender Fire

    Bloodstone

    Because you can’t make it to class or think clearly if you are stuck sick in bed, Bloodstone is another must-have for students. Bloodstone supports the immune system, which is quite important when you are exposed to so many people in classrooms. To keep colds and flus at bay, this is the gem offers invaluable support. 

    Bloodstone

    Mother of Pearl

    This beautiful gem provides a calming effect on the nervous system, making it a wonderful tool for a student who feels jittery before big tests or simply when going to class. The energy of Mother of Pearl is that of a nurturing mother, so it is perfect for the student who is freshly off to college and may be a bit homesick. It is a “hug in a necklace."

    Mother of Pearl

    Sodalight

    A top pick for students, Sodalight is great for someone with attention challenges or for anyone looking to clear up mental fog and improve their mental functioning. We love this gem because it helps to clear the wearer’s aura and thus offers protection from the mental energies of others. It can benefit  the student who is sensitive to other people’s energies and may find it somewhat overwhelming to be around other people in a classroom setting.

    Sodalight

    Aquamarine

    For inner illumination, creativity, and flexibility of mind, this sparkling liquid-blue gem is a powerful tool for students. Aquamarine promotes mental fluidity, giving you an edge when a situation calls for “thinking outside the box” or “seeing around corners.” Because innovative thinking is such a valuable skill for students and graduates entering the workforce, Aquamarine makes our list of top gems for students.

    Aquamarine

    Insight

    Insight is another combination necklace that can greatly benefit college students as they strike out on their own. Amethyst, Lavender, and gold beads work together with Chinese numerology to help balance the metal element in our bodies. It stirs wisdom and understanding of the true nature of wealth and helps alleviate physical ailments brought on by finances-related stress. These interruptive stressors can be heavy burdens on young students who are just learning how finances work in their world. Insight can offer support to a student both in understanding how financial decisions affect their lives and by lessening the stress brought on by financial situations.

    Insight

    Want more ideas for gems to help the special student in your life? Please feel free to call our Gem Advisor Team at 800-727-8877.

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    December 27, 2017 by Michelle Smith

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