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Aquamarine

Aquamarine means "water of the sea" because of its beautiful blue color. It is said to help you make successful plans. It would also improve your ability to communicate well.

Healing properties and meaning of aquamarine

Aquamarine is said to help you with promoting communication. It helps you to express your feelings and thoughts, but aquamarine is also used for public speaking. Furthermore, it seems to help with studying because it would make your thoughts clear and improve your perception. Do you want to be goal-oriented with successful results? Then aquamarine is often recommended, because it would improve your sense of responsibility as well.

How to use aquamarine

In addition to our charms, connectors and beads with which you can make beautiful jewelry, there are other uses. You can always carry the stone in your pocket. It is thought that you can then 'use' the beautiful properties of aquamarine at any time.

How to care for my aquamarine

You can take care of aquamarine in different ways. For example, you can cleanse it in water and recharge it in moonlight. Please note that too much sunlight can cause the color to fade.

Where does aquamarine come from?

Aquamarine is mined in Brazil, Namibia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and the United States.

History

The name aquamarine means "water of the sea" in Latin because of its beautiful blue color. In the past, aquamarine was used by fishermen because they believed it would ensure good sailing and successful fishing.

Which birthstone and horoscope match aquamarine

Each month has a birthstone to match. Were you born in March? Then aquamarine could give you extra strength.
Aquamarine fits the horoscopes Aries, Gemini and Pisces.
Of course any stone can be good for you, try to sense it and see which one(s) you like.

Which chakra fits aquamarine

Aquamarine fits the throat chakra (5th), because it would improve your ability to communicate.

The color of aquamarine

The beautiful blue color of aquamarine comes from the presence of iron. High temperatures (400 degrees Celsius and higher) make the color more blue.

Chemical composition: Al2Be3(Si6O18) (Aluminum Beryllium Sillicate)
Mohs hardness: 7.5-8
Density: 2.68-2.74