May Birthstone- Emerald

Traditionally, the birthstone for May is the Emerald. This green colored precious gemstone is often associated with great vision and intuition. Wearing a May Birth Stone provides healing to all levels of the being, bringing freshness and vitality to the spirit. The Emerald birthstone is also symbolic of inspiration and infinite patience and is a must wear for the May borns.

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Properties of the Birthstone of May

The gemstone for May is generally associated with the zodiac of Virgo. It is known to enhance intelligence, wit, quick learning ability and is particularly known for providing domestic bliss, contentment and loyalty. They are said to promote friendship, balance between partners . It was dedicated in the ancient world to the goddess Venus for its ability to ensure a good life, filled with love and joy.

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How to choose the Birthstones for May

  • The perfect May birthstone color should be a beautiful green color, uniformly distributed throughout the stone.
  • Zambian and Columbian Emeralds are typically considered to be the best specimens.
  • While any stone size is considered to beneficial, but to experience profound benefits, the birthstone size should be a minimum 1/10th of your actual body weight. (e.g. 60 kg body weight = 6 ct gemstone)

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 More about the Emerald Birthstone

Emeralds have been a source of fascination and reverence in many cultures for over six thousand years, sold in the markets of Babylon as early as 4,000 B.C. It was a stone venerated by the Incas, while accepted by the Chaldeans to contain a goddess and was exceptionally respected in all significant religions for its profound force and excellence. Emerald was viewed as an image of unceasing life in antiquated Egypt, an endowment of Thoth, the divine force of intelligence, and was a most loved gem of Queen Cleopatra. Emeralds were likewise talismans of Aristotle, Alexander the Great, Charlemagne and the ancient investors of India. They've beautified the crowns and regal gems of numerous nations for a considerable length of time, and astounding accumulations and dazzling pearls keep on being loved and showed by the rich and acclaimed today.