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Hi! What crystals do you recommend for CHRONIC TINNITUS? My husband REALLY needs HELP! And l read that you recommend turquoise in water for tinnitus but also heard it's not advisable to put them in water? Which is it?
Thank you so much for reaching out! I also suffer from Tinnitus, so I can relate to how you husband probably feels dealing with this condition.
Here are the ones that I personally have worked with:
Your husband could do a little "session" and hold any of these directly near the ear or put them in a little drawstring bag and sleep with them under his pillow at night. Turquoise should NOT be put into water with the intention of drinking it as an elixir. Turquoise contains copper and therefore is considered toxic.
I hope that this helps bring some relief to your husband!
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| I have had tinnitus since age 50 and the onset of menopause. I have been doing a lot of meditation and stress relief to counter the effects of ringing, hissing, and sometimes even jingle bell sounds in my ears.|
I have not tried any of the stones suggested above, but I will, especially the pink calcite as it looks beautiful in the picture.
What I use is a ruby under my pillow. It is a little wand style natural ruby. While it is tiny, it is very powerful, having the energies of the base chakra in it. It may seem counter intuitive to put in energy from the opposite end of the kundalini, but I find that balance is always appropriate. For example, getting a bee sting on the left cheek, you can do laying on of hands healing on the opposite side without any pain.
Another suggestion I have is to keep a food diary. My form of tinnitus is affected by what I eat. When there are a lot of preservatives in the food, especially salt, the ringing gets louder and there are several kinds of noises at the same time.
Hope this helps!
drj (Submitted by: drj on December 21, 2018)
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