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Hematite Jewellery

Even though often called a crystal , hematite is not a crystal, but a mineral (iron oxide). While many stones can look similar to an untrained eye, the heavy and shiny hematite has a distinctive presence that cannot be confused with any other stone.

The name hematite derives it meaning from the greek word for blood. The reason for the origin of hematite's name can be twofold. Even though it is shiny black on the outside, if you break the stone (not an easy thing to do!) you will see that on the inside hematite has a deep blood red colour. Another reason for its name might be related to the high iron content found in hematite (almost 70%), which made hematite a popular healing stone for blood-related disorders.

Because hematite has been used for such a long time, it has a wide variety of healing properties ascribed to it, from relieving leg cramps to alleviating fevers. The best way to find out the powers of hematite is to buy a stone and experiment yourself. Hematite is abundant, thus very affordable.


 

  • Hematite Beads Bracelet Hematite Beads Bracelet £9.50 more info
  • Hematite Black Beads Bracelet Hematite Black Beads Bracelet £9.50 more info
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  • Sapphire Blue Shamballa Bracelet Sapphire Blue Shamballa Bracelet £13.90 more info
  • Tanzanite Shamballa Bracelet Tanzanite Shamballa Bracelet £13.90 more info
  • Pink Shamballa Bracelet Pink Shamballa Bracelet £13.90 more info
  • Aquamarine Shamballa Bracelet Aquamarine Shamballa Bracelet £13.90 more info

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