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"My niece has been diagnosed with melanoma on the lung and it has spread to her lymph nodes. Please advise the crystals which can help her get through this. Thank you."
Thank you for contacting Healing Crystals with your crystal questions. I am very sorry to hear about your niece's difficulties and I hope these recommendations are helpful to her.
First, let me share the standard disclaimer that I am not a medical professional. Crystals should never replace medical treatment, but rather, are complimentary therapy that should be used to support the treatment recommended by your medical doctor.
To support the health of her lungs, I recommend Rose Quartz, as it is soothing, physically healing, and is associated with the energy of the heart chakra, which is the energy center that aids in lung and chest-area health. Perhaps a Rose Quartz necklace would be an easy way to keep that crystal energy close to the heart chakra. Many people find it helpful for gentle pain relief.
To help her body detoxify, I recommend Smokey Quartz. This crystal is most effective when worn near the base chakra, or carried in pants pockets to help the body clear away toxins as well as to boost the immune system.
For finding spiritual and mental peace with the enormity of her health situation, Amethyst can be a very calming crystal that many find helpful for depression and other issues of the brain/mind.
For the regeneration and healing of the lymph nodes, I would recommend Jade and Sodalite.
Finally, to help clear these crystals on a daily basis, as is essential when dealing with such strong, toxic-dense energy, I recommend a piece of Selenite to lay the crystals on each night. Selenite itself never needs cleansing.
I truly hope that this helps. Please know that I am sending white healing light to your niece.
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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