Page Loader gif

Spend $100 or More & Get 60% off - Use Code BULK60
OR Spend $500 or More & Get 65% off - Use Code BULK65
Spend $1000 or More & Get 70% off - Use Code BULK70

All Sales Final & No Returns. Excludes gift vouchers

Eudialyte Cabochon

Question:

"I have optic nerves damages. Which stone or crystals will be perfect for me?"

 

Answer:

Hi there R,

Thanks for reaching out to us and for your question.
I'd love to offer you some suggestions, but before I do and because it's for physically supporting the body, our disclaimer: crystals can complement all forms of therapy but are not a substitute for medical advice or treatment. Always consult with your local physician.

Crystals for Optic Nerve Damage:

  • Eudialyte can help with eye disorders (especially those that occur with the optic nerve).
  • Phenacite can assist in the relief of eye strain or tension within the optic nerves.
  • Citrine can help to increase visual abilities after changes/traumas to the area (I'd go with natural Citrine)
  • Green Aventurine can help to strengthen eyesight. I would recommend a Cabochon that could be applied directly over the eye.
  • Green Moss Agate as well as Jade are also good for eye disorders.
  • Watermelon Tourmaline can be beneficial to strengthening the nerves and may encourage regeneration of nerves.

Where possible, I'd recommend smooth or cut and polished shapes (tumbled stones, cabochons, smooth rounded wands, worry stones), that you can place on the eye itself to bring in the crystal support on an energetic level for the body.

I hope you find this helpful :)

Siobhan Gouws-Moller, from SGCrystalHealing

 

DISCLAIMER: We feel that crystals can complement other therapies and support energetic well-being. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.



Posted on December 06, 2022
Post a Comment

Be the first to post comment about this article!

Name or Nickname:  *   (Required *)
E-Mail Address:  *  Monthly Newsletter
Click on a Star to Rate this Article
  Not Rated
Comment:

Please Enter Verification Code:
7vf29
BackBack