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"Hi, I was wondering if you could help me find stones that could help me? I was recently diagnosed with cancer (breast) and it’s been a very rocky time. Can you recommend any stones that will attract positive, healing energy, dispel the poisons and possibly weaken the malignant cells, ease the discomfort of chemotherapy and/or help calm me throughout all the procedures and waiting. I already suffer from PTSD, depression and anxiety that have left me unemployed for years now."
Thank you for reaching out. I am very sorry to hear of your diagnosis and send love and light for healing.
Emerald raises the vibrations of the physical body, releasing and neutralizing disharmonious energy, and providing support and healing for malignant conditions.
The best stone for chemotherapy (as well as radiation treatment) is Smokey Quartz. A very grounding stone, Smokey Quartz also reduces stress and relieves pain. Smokey Quartz dissolves negative energies and negative thought forms that cause disease. Smokey Quartz is also very protective.
Green Diopside is also a good stone for people with cancer. It is known for its ability to cleanse the blood, heal the heart and it's calming properties. It can clear energy blockages and allow a flow of healing energy to circulate through the body. It is also a wonderful aid in recuperation from illness.
Selenite is another good stone to use when treating cancer. Selenite helps repair damage done by "free radicals" to cell membranes as well as to the cellular structure itself.
You can add some Lepidolite to help with the issues of PTSD and anxiety as well as keep you calm and less stressed. Lepidolite has natural lithium in it to help with those types of issues.
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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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