Here is a Question from One of Our Customers:
I was hoping for some tips to create crystal elixirs. i read of different ways and was wanting your point of view.
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 am a firm believer in elixirs and keep a bottle of charged water in my fridge at all times. I do however only use quartz directly in water. All other elixirs I make using the double jar method, as I feel it is safer to charge the water that way and it allows me to put several crystals in at a time without leeching. I do collect rainwater and filter it before using, or use distilled water. The double jar method allows me to use crystal off the cautions list without fear of toxins. It is also the best way to use soft crystal without damaging them. Baby food jars work great for this. Depending on the type of elixir I will either put the jars in the sun or in moonlight to charge. If it is a cold day I will put the jars in a sunny window. Done this way I can do different crystal combination and make more then one elixir at a time.
When using the elixirs, If it is just quartz I will dilute about a teaspoon of the Mother elixir in a glass of pure or filtered water, I don't like using tap water for elixirs as some waters are very hard and contain heavy mineral content.
There you have it. Its not hard and Elixirs are very beneficial in the right situations.
Master Crystal Healer
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Posted on May 01, 2011
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