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Gemstone Properties: Toe Rings - Choose a Bead

Posted on July 13, 2011 at 2:32 AM Comments comments (0)

To make your research easier when choosing a natural stone I have created pictures of my new toe rings with a variety of beads, their names and their metaphysical properties

Located in my Photo Gallery Titled:  "Toe Rings- Choose a Bead"

 

 

 

Toe Rings

Posted on July 13, 2011 at 2:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Summer is in full swing and as I walk pool and beach side, I can’t help but notice all of the naked toes in sandals and flip flops. I wanted to create a variation of my adjustable sterling silver S wrap toe ring and what a better way to so than to add a little color, a little dangle, an little eye catching bead.

Most toes are disproportionate, the tip being much larger than the base, where your ring would rest. When you purchase ordinary toes rings you have to fit them over the top, leaving the ring loose at the base and irritating the nearby toes.

My Sterling Silver S Wrap Toe Rings fit over the top portion of the toes and with a light squeeze on the “S” when the ring is in place fits securely to your toe without causing irritation and rubbing to nearby toes.

I wanted to add a personal touch to every ring by giving you the choice of bead based on color and/or metaphysical properties. To make your research easier, samples of beads and their metaphysical properties are located in my photo gallery titled “Toe Rings- Choose a bead”

So add a little personal touch to your flip flops and sandals. Choose a bead and pick a toe.

Hematite

Posted on June 17, 2011 at 12:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Hematite is one of my favorite stones. It has silvery, lustrous opaque features which resembles metal. It is the mineral form of iron oxide and is mined as an iron ore. Hematite comes from a sedimentary deposit, ie, mainly the deposits of river and streams. Major important deposits include Lake Superior district in North America, Minas Gerais (Brazil), Cerro Bolivar (Venezuela), Labrador, and Quebec.

Hematite's popularity in jewelry was at its highest in Europe during the Victorian era.

Hematite Healing Properties

Hematite is known as a stone for the mind. It helps in clearing the mind, memory improvement, study, and thought. Hematite can be used to treat insomnia, leg cramps, and nervous disorders. It is also used to help align the spine.


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