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"I am battling a prescription drug abuse problem I have had for many years. It is hard to talk about. I carry with me Moss Agate, Ruby, Jet, Rose Quartz, Selenite and Lapis. I also have a Lemurian Pyramid, two Herkimer Diamonds and Lithium Quartz. Are these stones compatible for my issue or is there something else you could recommend? I'd be most grateful for any input."



Hi J,

Thanks for trusting us with your addiction issue. Sometimes the hardest part of healing is sharing the issue and being with the shame. It takes a lot of courage to face an issue head on - kudos for your efforts!

The first thing I'd recommend is to keep it simple. I'd limit the use of the high vibe stuff while you get in touch with how you're feeling coming off the meds. Check in every day with how you're feeling before you pick up the crystals. Then see how you feel with the crystals. I'd recommend calming, grounding crystals. Lithium, Ruby, Rose Quartz, Jet, selenite, lapis and moss agate are soothing, while herkimers are happy and energetic and lemurians can take you "out there". I'd limit what you carry to one at first. Check in. See how you feel. Then add another crystal and see how you feel. Work with the crystal until one of the other stones "speaks" to you. Trust your intuition.

I'd recommend:

  • Lepidolite - it reduces stress and is excellent for supporting someone in releasing from addictions. It supports transitions and reorganizes old psychological and behavorial patterns which lead to change. It brings deep emotional healing.
  • Tiger's  Eye - it anchors change to the physical body and supports an addictive personality in making changes. Place it on the navel for grounding.

Much Love to you on your journy toward wholeness!

Love and Harmony,


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 July 26, 2021
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