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My father-in-law is in the last stages of Diabetes. I would like to gift him with a healing stone to heal or even just to minimize his pain. What do you suggest?
I have been thinking of Amethyst, but I know their are stones that affect the kidneys and improve the immune system and blood circulation. Since my husband has a family history of this disease, I would like to know which stones to use to head it off.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Hi Leslie, Thanks for stopping by our website. Before I make specific suggestions, I want to stress the importance of programming your stones, and cleansing them after each use. For informaiton on these topics, please see these articles:
There are a few stones that may be particularly helpful for those with diabetes:
Some use Malachite to help detoxify the liver and to give a boost to the immune system. Specifically, it is thought that wearing Malachite on or around the waste (on a belt or belt-buckle), may help treat people with the disease.
Ruby works work on the blood by detoxifying it and enhancing circulation. Some people also use Ruby to stimulate the kidneys and adrenal glands, as well.
Black Tourmaline is an all-around great healing stone with it’s tendency for grounding, which helps one’s overall well-being and stimulates the adrenal glands. Also known as Schorl, people often use it to repel and draw off negative energies, which can always be an aid to the healing process. Black Tourmaline also helps to treat and sooth pain, and to boost the immune system.
Some stones that assist with circulation are Bloodstone, Chalcedony, and Fire Agates.
Fluorite is often used to reduce pain, but it also is said to be a protective stone by transmuting negative energies and balancing the subtle bodies.
When working with stones, be sure to keep the intention positive. Complementary therapies such as Reiki can often help with chronic conditions.
This information is not intended to replace regular medical care with your doctor.