Blue Beryl Charm


Beautiful blue beryl round and faceted bead and charm necklace with bronze metal accents, and matching earrings.

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The gemstone Beryl is the Star Sign for Scorpio and the Talismanic Stone for Sagittarius.

Pure beryl is colorless, but it also occurs in a variety of colors including green, yellow, greenish-yellow, blue to blue-green, red, colorless and pink when tinted by impurities. The pink variety is known as Morganite, red is very rare and known as Bixbite, Goshenite is the colorless form. Golden beryl is a yellow-green and called Heliodor. Aquamarines and emeralds are actually a variety of beryl. Beryls are some of the most valuable of all the colored gemstones.

Dark blue beryls are available today that are actually light colored beryls treated with radiation, much in the same manner as blue topaz.

Beryl is a 7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale and is found in Colombia, Africa, Brazil, Russia, Pakistan, and California.

The name is from ancient Greek, beryllos, and means “precious blue-green color”.  There are extensive references to beryl as a gemstone in folk lore.  Legend says that Beryl was used to ward off demons and evil spirits. Ancient literature notes that Pliny used powdered beryl to cure eye injuries. It is said to protect travelers from danger and to treat disorders of the heart and spine.  Other legends about Beryl indicate it was used to promote cheerfulness and marital love, to retard laziness, and maintain youthfulness. Golden beryl is said to make one sympathetic and increase sincerity.

Beryl has a detoxifying, liver stimulating effect and has a balancing effect on the nervous system. It helps with short sightedness and any symptoms typical of constant stress.

​Beryl aids the organs of elimination. Strengthens the pulmonary and circulatory systems. It increases resistance to toxins and pollutants. It treats the liver, heart, stomach and spine. It also aids concussion. Beryl crystal water will help throat infections if gargled. Beryl soothes after long term healing and emotional release work. It supports women during menopause.

Please remember, although the powers of crystals and stones are well documented and have been proven to help bring positivity into people’s lives they are never a substitute for medical advice.

If you have concerns about your physical or mental health then you should immediately contact a qualified medical professional.