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I have chronic migraines and fibromyalgia. I am in a lot of pain and would like to use crystals to help. What crystals do you recommend for my migraines and fibromyalgia? Thank you.
Thanks for reaching out to us. I’m sorry you have been having a lot of pain. Clear Quartz, Lapis Lazuli, Smokey Quartz, or Larimar may help with some of it. You will need to try them and see which combination works best for you personally. For fibromyalgia, Philip Permutt recommends using Abalone Shell, Amethyst, Selenite and Rutilated Quartz together and “hold to the areas of infection or discomfort.” Green Calcite may also help.
When treating pain or a migraine, you can place the stones directly on the affected area to draw the pain out, you could wear/carry the crystals, or drink an elixir. If you are interested, here is an article with more information on making crystal elixirs. A crystal grid would also be beneficial (Here is more detailed information on making grids), but I recommend you wear or carry stones constantly too for help with the day-to-day issues and to provide constant benefits.
Also please remember the importance of clearing your crystals frequently when using them for healing purposes. This will help them to retain their effectiveness and strengthen their healing ability. Here are some different methods you can use to clear the energy of your crystals.
Reiki is often helpful for healing and relieving pain, and you may want to consider visiting a Reiki practitioner in your area if you are not already. I will send you some Reiki healing energy too. Please let me know if you have any questions. May your journey be blessed with Love and Light.
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Disclaimer: I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.
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