Aquamarine Faceted Bracelet for Calm Communication
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A beautiful Aquamarine Faceted Bracelet of your bead size selection.
♡ Chakra: Throat and Heart
♡ Allows you to connect with & vocalize your emotions
♡ Brings fearlessness, good luck & protection
♡ Enhances clear communication, courage & intuition
♡ Promotes clarity, courage & truth
♡ Supports the nervous system, throat and healing of infection and inflammatory disorders
Aquamarine is known as the stone of courage and protection. It is a soothing stone that can be used to calm fears and phobias. Aquamarine corresponds with the throat chakra and will help promote verbal self-expression. It relaxes anxiety and depression and induced feelings of peace. Aquamarine can also be used for creativity, confidence and sharpening your intuition. Peace. Voice. Relaxation.
Bracelets are a single strand with an elastic band. Multiple bracelets may be pictured to show variation in the natural stone. Average size is approximately 7 inches. Beads are measured in mm. Be sure to review our bracelet size chart (chart is also pictured in our product images) to guide you in selecting your bead size. The beads pictured may differ in the size that you select and may also appear differently based on your wrist size.
Please note: As it is a natural stone, no two will be alike. Natural stones have varying shades, line patterns and inclusions. Natural stones may have chips, cracks or other imperfections. We cannot guarantee perfect points or stones.
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