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|Subject:||Crystals for Swollen Glands|
I went to see my doctor today and she said my lymph/thyroid gland(s) was swollen so I was wondering if there was any specific crystal/gem/mineral that would help?
She's thinking I'm fighting off a cold but she want's to see me back in May for a recheck.
Swelling is a direct result of the white blood cells increasing and attacking the infection. The white blood cells increase and fight the infection faster and harder, thus causing the swelling. As a rule, when swelling occurs suddenly and painfully, it is due to viral or bacterial infection. Ear infections, colds and even small cuts can cause swollen glands.
There are definitely some crystals that can help. For lymphatic system issues, try some Amber or Larimar. These two crystals are also great to use for colds.
For general lymphatic issues, like what you have with swollen lymph nodes, I would recommend Sodalite, Sulfur, or Blue Tourmaline (Indicolite).
There are also crystals that can assist with swollen glands including Aquamarine, Blue Lace Agate and Topaz.
You may also want to consider using some Moss Agate. Moss Agate is a wonderful cleansing crystal, removing toxins from the body and circulatory systems. Charge some drinking water with Moss Agate to infuse your body with healing energy and remove toxins.
Often times, people may recommend green crystals, since green is the color of healing. However, in this case, I would caution against it. Green is also the color of growth and we want to reduce the swelling, not increase it :)
Work with the crystals of your choice each day for seven days. I am sure you will be feeling healthy again very soon!
With love and crystal blessings,
Expert Contributor for Healing Crystals
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|i was really impressed about the crystals for inflamation cause i was looking for some advice thankyou i tried the amber and bloodstone cause i was told it is a good detoxifyer the sweling has gone down a few months ago i made some amyethyst water and i was drinking it by the glass . it made me feel real good but after the third day i started feeling lightheaded now i know i was overdosing didn't think that was possible but i found out you only use up to ten drops at a time with an elixer my cat tipped over my amber water and i was wondering if it would hurt him also can you tell me if rough or tumbled stones are better with the water also if i can keep my rough stones in sea salt to charge them or if i need to change them to water i like the fountain ides can idrink the water from the fountain and can i mix the stones or do them seperately thanks for letting me take so much of your time lydia (Submitted by: lydia strong on May 27, 2010)|
| Animals love crystal elixers, but I only give our dog (a beagle) 1/2 tsp. or less in a full non-metallic water bowl.|
Some elixers she LOVES, and some she doesn't, you'll know.
Citrine, Green Jade and Moonstone, also Sugilite she loves. Amber is also great for animals, Dalmation Stone too.
One lady had her cat actually pick out her own crystals, she put them in a pouch under her blankets and the cat loved it.
For elixers however I never place any inside water, I keep them outside around the base of the water bottle overnight, and only use spring water.
I do always dilute the elixers too. There's far too much info. out there about elixers, there's one great book from the U.K that mentions you can wash crystals in mild detergent, that's so dangerous.
Cleaning stones in dry sea salt is so pretty, but you can also add with that dry brown rice, and also place them on a tray by the stereo with a Tibetan Bell CD or Padme Hum CD.
When making elixers, it's generally a good idea to start with only one.....then weeks later add another or two more. Place the crystals in your fingertips, and place lightly against a water bottle, while closing your eyes for 30/50 seconds, if the energy is good it's a good combination., some use a pendulum. Or just when combining 3 crystals place only 3 inches in the bottle first. Diluting (for people) 50/50 first time is okay to see if you life.....after that I dilute 20/80, the 80% of water. And drinking too many not advisable. (Submitted by: Janice Suria Quinn on October 21, 2015)
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