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Author Topic: Stones for healing and pain relief  (Read 1259 times)

Aster Breo

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Stones for healing and pain relief
« on: March 16, 2019, 06:55:05 am »
For those of you who work with stones/crystals:

Which stones do you find most effective for healing?

Which stones do you find most effective for pain relief?

I'm healing from a severe shoulder dislocation, massive soft tissue trauma, broken humerus, torn rotator cuff, and partially severed axillary nerve. The injury was about 5 weeks ago, so I'm past the initial acute pain and into the constant ache and periodic flares. It's been so bad lately that I haven't been able to sleep for 2 straight nights. I'm looking at a year or more (!!!) for the nerve to fully heal -- and I haven't even started PT yet.

So, I'm thinking about making a couple of bracelets to help this process along a bit. Hence the questions above.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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Re: Stones for healing and pain relief
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2019, 07:36:16 pm »
For those of you who work with stones/crystals:

Which stones do you find most effective for healing?

Which stones do you find most effective for pain relief?

I like amethyst for pain. I cleanse with selenite often.

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Re: Stones for healing and pain relief
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2019, 06:35:26 pm »
For those of you who work with stones/crystals:

Which stones do you find most effective for healing?

Which stones do you find most effective for pain relief?

I'm healing from a severe shoulder dislocation, massive soft tissue trauma, broken humerus, torn rotator cuff, and partially severed axillary nerve. The injury was about 5 weeks ago, so I'm past the initial acute pain and into the constant ache and periodic flares. It's been so bad lately that I haven't been able to sleep for 2 straight nights. I'm looking at a year or more (!!!) for the nerve to fully heal -- and I haven't even started PT yet.

So, I'm thinking about making a couple of bracelets to help this process along a bit. Hence the questions above.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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I 2nd the Amethyst, but I also like carnelian for pain.
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Re: Stones for healing and pain relief
« Reply #3 on: September 01, 2019, 03:02:57 am »
For those of you who work with stones/crystals:

Which stones do you find most effective for healing?

Which stones do you find most effective for pain relief?

I'm healing from a severe shoulder dislocation, massive soft tissue trauma, broken humerus, torn rotator cuff, and partially severed axillary nerve. The injury was about 5 weeks ago, so I'm past the initial acute pain and into the constant ache and periodic flares. It's been so bad lately that I haven't been able to sleep for 2 straight nights. I'm looking at a year or more (!!!) for the nerve to fully heal -- and I haven't even started PT yet.

So, I'm thinking about making a couple of bracelets to help this process along a bit. Hence the questions above.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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I use yakutian diamonds and karelian shungite - universal healers and effective in most cases. It is good for healing daimond or shungite accupuncture/sujok (put stone on the active zones of the body for 5-15 minutes).

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