Watermelon tourmaline, stone of renewal and purification

User guide of the birthstone and healing crystal of Watermelon tourmaline
By KarmaWeather - 25 June 2018
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Discover the meaning and uses of the gemstone of Watermelon tourmaline, its association with your zodiac sign and Chinese zodiac sign, and its applications as a chakra stone and as a protective power stone.

Watermelon tourmaline: Technical sheet and uses

Healing crystal: Watermelon tourmaline

Related chakra: Heart chakra (n°4)

Meaning and properties: Watermelon tourmaline, in lithotherapy, is a stone of renewal and purification

Power: 5/5

Hardness: 7 - 7.5

Deposit: India, Australia, Brazil, Russia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Thailand, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, USA, Burma, Afghanistan, Angola

Color: Pink, raspberry, dragee pink, fuschia, almond green, water green, lichen green, moss green, bottle green, mustard yellow, chartreuse yellow, champagne, fresh butter

Chemical composition: Silicate complex of boron, sodium, aluminum

Cleansing, purification: Clear water, salt water, incense, earth

Activation, charging: Quartz clusters, sunlight

Psychological benefits: Attenuates nervousness

Energy healing benefits: Decreases hyperactivity in children

Lucky zodiac stone for: Aries, Taurus, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Pisces

Chinese zodiac sign (fortifying crystal): Tiger, Rabbit

Chinese zodiac sign (corrective stone): Metal Rat, Water Rat, Wood Rabbit, Metal Rooster, Water Rooster

Chinese corrective element: Wood, Fire, Earth

Vedic element: Water

Jobs: All trades

Watermelon tourmaline

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