Properties and Uses of Aquamarine

Aquamarine has a number of healing and other beneficial properties.
Aquamarine has a calming, soothing energy reminiscent of the ocean. It is the primary stone of bravery. It has a tranquilizing, yet uplifting effect. It is often used for protecting travelers on journeys, particularly those who are travelling on water. It affects both the etheric and mental levels.

Aquamarine helps to stabilize and bring harmony to troubled and chaotic surroundings, as well as reduce fear and anxiety. It has been known to increase and stimulate creativity and intuition. It is also an outstanding stone for focused meditation, as it helps to quiet the mind and reduces stress levels.

Aquamarine is often recommended as a purifier of the throat and can help relieve a sore throat. Also, it has the effect of clearing blocked or unclear communication and can aid a user in verbal expression.

It is an ideal stone for stress relief. Aquamarine is used to bolster and fortify the immune system, thymus, and lymph nodes. It filters out noise to the brain and can help calms rattled nerves. It is used to clarify perception and to bolster the cleansing organs including the liver, spleen, thyroid, and kidneys.

Aquamarine can be used to help heal problems with the eyes, jaw, neck, stomach, teeth, throat, mouth and ears. It is probably the most important stone associated with the thymus. It is often used to reduce anxiety, fear, and restlessness, and to bring about peace and stillness. Aquamarine may relieve breathing problems associated with allergies. Aquamarine is an excellent stone for recovering from illness.