Stabilizing and protecting emotions

Turquoise stone is perhaps the oldest stone in human history and has been coveted over time as a stone of many powers – it stabilizes emotions, protects and soothes and brings tranquility.



The rock star of gemstones, turquoise has been coveted as far back as 200 B.C.



Turquoise dispels negative energy and protects against pollutants.



Turquoise is perhaps the oldest stone in human history.


Turquoise is a stone that is strong and opaque, yet soothing to the touch and healing to the eye.

Turquoise dispels negative energy and protects against pollutants. Stabilizing mood swings, it helps with depression and exhaustion.


Turquoise also aids in the absorption of nutrients, enhances the immune system, stimulates the regeneration of tissue, and heals the whole body.  Containing anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effects, it can help alleviate cramps and pain. 


It can also assist in problems of the brain, eyes, ears, neck and throat, especially cataracts, migraines and headaches, and problems with balance.


Turquoise purifies lungs, soothes and clears sore throats and is helpful with the respiratory system. Not only does it aid with lung disorders, it can help with allergies.


Turquoise Chakra

Turquoise is an efficient healer and provides solace for the spirit.  It benefits the overall mood and emotions by inspiring a sense of serenity and peace.


Wearing turquoise helps restore vitality and lift one’s spirit. Turquoise stone can also help relieve stress and bring focus back to the heart center. The stone has an empathetic and balancing vibration which helps one recognize the causes of happiness and the counterpart of unhappiness.


Providing purification qualities, turquoise dispels negative energy and clears electromagnetics from the environment. It promotes self-realization and aids in creative problem-solving, and can help with situations like public speaking.


Turquoise also stabilize mood swings and dissolves self-sabotaging thoughts and can help if you’re being bullied. It soothes the mind during times of stress. In addition, it’s also an effective stone for jet lag and fear of flying.


Tibetan turquoise is an excellent anti-hysteria stone which can be worn to calm those with a tendency to over-react to situations. Tibetan turquoise is also believed to be beneficial for narcissism as it assists the wearer to look outside their own needs and to be open to the points of view of others.


Turquoise Stone in History

Turquoise is perhaps the oldest stone in human history and was the talisman of kings, shamans, and warriors.  In the ancient Southwestern part of the USA, turquoise was a significant part of the local economy and culture. It was so significant that the Anasazi civilization used turquoise as a currency.


The popularity of turquoise has ebbed and flowed throughout human history.


Turquoise Properties

Turquoise is hydrated copper and aluminum phosphate. It’s a secondary mineral deposited by circulating waters and is found in aluminum rich sedimentary or volcanic rocks. |

Middle Eastern turquoise usually appears in a black matrix while mines in Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado, usually appears in a white or brown one.


Turquoise comes in unique shades of blue and green and possesses a tranquil quality. The delicate veining or mottled webbing in cream or brown is inherent to the stone and serves to enhance its character.

Turquoise Stone

  • Birthstone: December (blue turquoise)

  • Chakras: Heart, Throat, and Third Eye

  • Zodiac: Scorpio, Sagittarius, Aquarius, Pisces

  • Element: Earth, Air, Fire

  • Vibration: Number 1

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