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Buying Guide:How to care


 If you wear your gemstone jewelry on a regular basis, cleanse it at least 2-3 times a week.

 Water Rinse,Salt BedPlant Rejuvination,Sun Bath

 When not in use, store your gemstones jewelry  in a drawer or covered.

 Handle gemstones jewelry with care. Some gemstones jewelry are particularly fragile and can break, chip or scratch.

 

Things to Avoid for gemstone:

 Avoid wearing your gemstones jewlery in chlorinated water (i.e. pools, hot tubs). Chlorine will weaken the thread and can adersely affect the      surface of some gemstones. 

 Avoid storing your gemstones jewelry near strong electromagnetic fields (i.e. computer, TV). Strong electromagentic fields can cause disruption of the gemstone's natural energies.

 Avoid exposing your gemstones jewelry  to x-rays (i.e. dental, airport security, hospital). X-rays are absorbed by the gemstones jewelry and later released into the wearer's aura.

 Avoid smoking or wearing synthetic perfumes when wearing gemstones jewelry (especially porous stones) Fumes can interfere with the free flow of a gemstone's energy.

 

Water Rinse:

Rinse 2-3 times a week, or more as needed. Rinsing gemstones jewelry in water gently washes away many of the gems’ accumulated energies.

Hold the gemstone jewelry under alternating hot and cold running water for about 60 seconds. (Note, If the water is too hot for your fingers, it may be too hot for the gems)

Special considerations: 
Rinsing will dull the polish of some stones, such as Rhodochrosite, Lapis Lazuli, Malachite, Sodalight, Indigo, and Mother of Pearl. Use other cleansing methods for these gems. 

Every three to four weeks: For gemstones that tolerate rinsing, occasionally use a small amount of mild, non-synthetic soap to remove body oils from the surface of the gems.

 

Salt Bed:

2-3 times a week. Salt absorbs the disharmonious energies that accumulate on the surface of therapeutic gems.Lay the gemstones jewelry in about a half-inch of salt in a bowl for at least an hour or overnight. Replace the salt about every two weeks.

Ocean stones: To cleanse ocean stones (i.e., Mother of Pearl, Biwa Pearl, or Coral), use sea salt instead of table salt. Another option is to soak an ocean stone in a solution of two teaspoons sea salt for every half-cup of cool water.

 First lay the necklace flat in a bowl. Add water and sprinkle the salt into it. Some of the salt may settle on the gems before dissolving, aiding the cleansing process. 

Soak for 15 to 30 minutes. Rinse the gems briefly with clear water before patting them dry.

 

Plant Rejuvenation:

2-3 times a week. Plants generate a living energy field that can absorb and transform the disharmonious energies we release.

Wrap your gemstone jewelry around the base of a healthy houseplant or lay the jewelry in its branches. For a deeper cleansing and rejuvenation, place the gemstones jewlry outside in the branches of, or underneath, a shrub or tree for several days.