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I have chronic atrial fibrillation and I'm wondering which crystals would be the most beneficial. AFib is simply an irregular heartbeat that has no real know cause and the medical field just wants to prescribe stronger and stronger twice-daily drugs with multiple side effects to treat me. I only have an episode once or twice a month; sometimes a little more, sometimes less.I take the Rx fish oil, CoQ-10, Magnesium and lots of other natural and medicinal products to help with my AFib. I intend to wear the crystal on a neclace so it lays as close to my heart as possible. I've read many different suggestions for which one to use, so I thought I'd simply ask people who had more information than I can find in a book or the internet. Thanks for your time and consideration, I sincerely appreciate it. Bless You.
Thanks for your inquiry. I’m sorry to hear about your condition. For dealing with an irregular heartbeat, try using Rhodochrosite, Rose Quartz or Jade. At this time we only carry Rose Quartz as pendants. You can also carry crystals in your pockets, lay the stones directly over your heart several times per day, and drink crystal water or crystal elixirs to absorb the energy of the crystals too. Here is an article on making crystals elixirs. Also, please remember the importance of clearing and recharging the energy of your crystals frequently to keep them energized. Here is an article with more on this. I hope this information helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope your journey is blessed with Love and Light.
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Disclaimer: 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.
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