Here is a Question from One of Our Customers:
I am HIV+ and have type 2 diabetes and currently wear a rose quartz crystal and a clear crystal do you have any suggestions for any other different crystals I should wear?
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.
At one time a diagnosis of HIV was a death sentence, but medicine and treatment have advanced much since then. HIV is treatable, and there are crystals that can help you overcome this devastating disease. So lets look at these crystals and give you a well rounded set that will work on your concerns. Emerald works on both the HIV and Diabetes. This stone is a stone of unconditional love and balance in all your subtle bodies and physical body. Emerald is a detoxifier, immune booster, alleviates diabetes and balances organs and body fluids.
Malachite/Chrysocollais a high vibration healing stone working on all levels. It enhances the immune system, treats diabetes and restores equilibrium system wide. This combination is a stone of wholeness and peace. Its very versatility makes it an extremely healing stone.
Bloodstone is as it states, a stone that purifies, detoxifies, and regulates the blood. It stimulates the immune system and treats all blood related illness. It balances organs and restores function to thymus which stimulates the immune system. Bloodstone is a stone of transformation, bringing spirituality into everyday life. As a powerful healer bloodstone is excellent for your concerns.
These stones are all very healing, bring love, and a state of physical and emotional balance into your life. They make the
prefect healing kit for you.
Master Crystal Healer
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Posted on May 07, 2011
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