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|Subject:||Crystals to Help with Colon Cancer|
My husband had colon cancer, which spread to his lung/bones. What crystals can help him? He is a Phase IV. He also has chronic pain that is not part of the cancer. He needs extreme healing and help.
Also, how should he carry his crystals? Can he carry all at the same time?
There are a number of crystals that can be beneficial and supportive when dealing with cancer. Bloodstone, for instance, is a powerful healing stone, most often used to remove toxins (invaders) from the body.
Red Aventurine has been used as a support stone for those going through cancer, especially in the areas of intestinal and reproductive systems.
Other recommendations would include:
For chronic pain, one of my favorites is Amber.
Lapis Lazuli is also very good to help ease physical pain and/or pain relief.
Yellow Jasper is often recommended to achieve relief from pain.
Turquoise is also another popular piece used to get some relief from pain.
Your husband can carry as many crystals as he feels comfortable with at any one time. For the pain relief, I would suggest allowing the stone to touch the skin. He can tape a piece of Amber at the base of the skull (that big bone right at the bottom of the neck in the back). Try placing in different areas of the body to see which achieves the most relief.
For the others, he can carry them with him during the day and maybe place them under his pillow or on a nightstand at night. The body does an amazing amount of healing work when it is at rest (asleep).
Sending you and your husband lots of love, support and long distance healing.
With love and crystal blessings,
| Thank you very much Kristi for your insight. Appreciation.|
It is very helpful. :-) (Submitted by: Sonja on November 11, 2012)
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