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"I've been searching for crystals that can help support me in this vagal journey/healing, but there is nothing to be found. Have you found any crystal therapy that can help stimulate and balance the vagal nerve?"
Hi there J,
I'm happy to offer you some crystal suggestions!
For Vagus Nerve Support:
I searched by books for crystals specifically for the Vagus Nerve but came up with dead ends. Nothing in my books has anything specifically for that so according to Google:
"The vagus nerve is actually a bundle of nerves leading from the gut through the heart and to the brain."
"... interfaces with the parasympathetic control of the heart, lungs, and digestive tract."
With that being said, we could look at crystals for the Solar Plexus (to support the gut), Heart (to support the heart) and Crown Chakra (to support the brain). There are a lot of crystals for each so I'm just going to give you a top 5 basically.
Solar Plexus: Citrine, Golden Tiger Eye, Pyrite, Sunstone, Yellow Calcite
Heart: Chrysocolla, Green Aventurine, Emerald, Malachite, Rose Quartz, Ruby, Watermelon Tourmaline
Crown: Amethyst, Apophyllite, Clear Quartz or Herkimer Diamond, Fluorite (Purple or Rainbow), Scolecite
You could choose one for each of these chakras and put that in an intention bag specifically for supporting the Vagus Nerve. Choose ones that you are drawn to and that catch your eye so take your time and look at images of each to discern which is for you.
I hope this helps :)
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.
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