From the majestic mountain ranges to the great water-carved canyons, our Earth is adorned with colorful rocks, light capturing crystals, energy giving gems and healing stones. For thousands of years, these natural Earth elements have been used as decorations, therapeutic tools and natural medicinal fundamentals. Even the Egyptians Pharaohs were buried with an abundance of these precious stones, crystals and gems, not only for protection, but for a promising afterlife. There is no doubt that across all cultures, and into the modern era, healing stones were used and kept around. This is because different stones hold different healing qualities and energetic frequencies. Just by wearing them, or holding one in the hand can help align, calm, uplift or relive the wearer from pain. Stones, made from the Earth, has grounding and protective qualities. They can help the wearer gain mental insight, cultivate abundance, love, and gratitude, and keep the heart full and open. Keeping with the natural rhythms of your everyday and staying in tune with the environment, healing stones, gems and crystals are a fundamental accessory to optimal health and wellbeing.


Serpentine is a beneficial and versatile stone. It is said to help with emotional cleansing and attract love and money. This stone is said to be an excellent meditation stone developing an enlightenment, insight or clarification for the wearer. Allows complete focus and purposeful resolution. Serpentine gets its name from the word ‘serpent’ because it resembles the skin of a snake. It is said to help one find inner peace, calmness, and a long life; instills in the bearer a respect for the elderly and wards off snakebites. It is said to help you to find your higher purpose and to identify the actions you need to take to allow you to experience peace and fulfillment. It is great for connecting with your environment and bringing about Joy in your life. 
Serpentine is a catalyst for bringing joy into our physical existence. It enhances cellular growth, rejuvenation and strengthens. Promotes “thinking with love” prior to “speaking with intellect”. Considered an important gemstone to the Assyrians, as early as 4000 B.C., it was used in Seals and Cylinders, Serpentine was known as Za-tu-mush-gir. 
The 30th Chapter of the Egyptian Book of the Dead is said to be carved from a tablet of Serpentine.

Sources: International Gem Society,,,, Jewelry-Art,

DISCLAIMER: The information and products provided on website is for informational and recreational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent disease(s). Always seek advice from your healthcare provider or professional if you have questions regarding essential oils, homeopathic approaches to wellness or adopting any treatment for a health problem. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking professional advice because of something you have read on this website. Information provided on this website and the use of any products or services purchased from does not create a doctor-patient relationship between you and any of the persons affiliated with this site.



Sold Out