Here is a Question from One of Our Customers:
A friend was diagnosed with lung cancer and had surgery today to remove the upper lobes of both lungs, as well as lymph nodes around the heart and lungs. My experience has been not to give energy in a case like this, but wonder if there are any crystals that would be beneficial?
I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.
As a breast cancer survivor, I myself use crystals for healing. When I make a recommendation for cancer I try to look at this disease from as many angles as possible. So in my mind I see cancer not as one disease but as coming from many sources, The tumor or growth, the cellular damage, the treatments such as chemo and radiation, the surgery which is a dramatic injury to the body and the immune system which cancer seems to suppress. With that in mind I am providing you with several links to article in our archives pertaining to cancer. I will also say that there are some stones that I feel should be in any cancer kit and these are Smoky Quartz and Herkimer Diamond for chemo and radiation, Malachite and Red Aventurine for all aspects of cancer in any form. These four are at the top of my cancer first aid kit at all times.
I have given you a lot of material to cover. Look through all the crystals in each one and choose the ones that you feel fit the situation. You have more insight into this persons needs and your intuition will guide you to choose the right crystals/stones for this situation.
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