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Here is a Question from One of Our Customers:
My brother has colon cancer, a colostomy and gastric feeding tube.He has had bleeding from his colostomy and have been hanging a string of bloodstone beads on the pole that holds the bag with his feeding formula and his water. His bleeding has definately decreased ,but I am wondering if the close proximity with the fluids for his continuous feeding will make an elixer that is too stong. In gerneral I cleanse and reprogram the beads once or twice a week.
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.
I would not be overly concerned about the elixir being to strong. The energy of the crystal will assist his immune system in preventing infections and fever. You do not have to re-program the beads every week, the programing will remain until it is removed.
Bloodstone also helps to re-energize the body after surgery, shortening the recovery time. It will speed healing and assist in balancing the organs to prevent extreme energy swings do to medications or healing stress. Bloodstone is an excellent stone for healing the lower abdomen. Another benefit of bloodstone is that elixir's made with bloodstone assist in deep restful healing sleep. So I would say your brother was using his intuition when he placed the prayer beads on his pole. It was the right place for them to be for the healing he requires.
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