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Q:  Can you please tell me what is the BEST crystal from the list on your website, to alleviate headaches? And should they be points, wands, tumbled...or it doesn't matter? I was thinking of ordering several amethyst points as well as tumbled Sugilite but any advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated!



Dear C,
Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.
Each of these stones help both headaches and migrains. It really does not matter if it is tumbled or points, its your personal preference.
Amber-to relieve headaches, I like Amber, it is so versitile, wonderful energy, and feels good in the hand.
Amethyst-to relieve headaches
Blue Lace Agate, this stone takes the heat out of the headache. It calms the nerves that can cause the pain.
Sugilite-excellent reliever of pain, this is the best for specific pain relief. I like the lighter violet color over the darker color. It is cool and soothing.

Placed on the forehead these crystals will assist in removing the pain and ache. Placed on the temples, hold with a band to keep in place. A plus is that each of these crystals look so nice, just looking and holding them is soothing.

Roslyn Bohanan
Master Crystal Healer

Posted on March 10, 2011

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