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Turquoise Natural Chips

Question:

"Hi there, My 14 year old cat potentially has intestinal lymphoma, the vet strongly suspects it as she saw a large mass on the x-ray, but I decided against putting him through surgery to get a biopsy. In the meantime, I want to do everything I can to help with his healing. What crystal regimen would you recommend for him? Thank you so much."

 

Answer:

Greetings Valerie,

Thank you for your crystal inquiry. So sorry to hear that your cat is experiencing these difficulties. I hope this information is helpful.

Clear Quartz is an ultimate healing crystal, one of the most useful and versatile. It can raise vitality, strengthen the immune system, reduce pain or inflammation and cleanse and purify the blood.
Turquoise strengthens the cat's subtle energy fields and immune system. It is useful for infection, protection and healing of the whole body.
Citrine is a crystal useful for healing the intestines, liver, kidney and bladder, etc.

One thing you could do is place a Clear Quartz and/or Citrine in the water dish charging the water with it's healing properties. Be sure to cleanse the crystals well before placing them in the water and cleanse regularly. If the cat won't try to play with them this will work well. If you find the cat trying to get them out of the water maybe make elixir water with the crystals to use for the water dish. Here is a great article on making charged water.

Turquoise would be great on the collar of your cat or placed under the bed they use. Small Turquoise can be sewn onto the collar or a small pouch holding a crystal attached to the collar. If you think the cat would not like this or be unsafe with it around it's neck, you can place a piece on the belly when the cat is sitting with you. Try these daily as crystals work over time.

Best Wishes,
Terreasa Burgess, from Enchanted Thyme Gift Shop

 

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 March 02, 2020
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