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A type of Chalcedony, a fine grained dark green varirty of the mineral Quartz, with red flecks.
Bloodstone is excellent for centering and grounding.
Bloodstone is said to help with calming, particularly in survival situations.
Bloodstone brings mystical energies of increasing adaptability and organization, and lessening confusion and anxiety.
Bloodstone is said to be a a stone of courage, bringing mental, physical and emotional renewal by releasing blockages.
Bloodstone is said to be particularly good for helping emotional traumas and grief.
Bloodstone enhances the intellect.
Bloodstone is used to bring energy to one in many ways, including bringing abundance and prosperity, as well as smoothing the way with legal issues.
Bloodstone is associated with the base, sacral, solar plexus and heart chakras.
Bloodstone is said by intuitive sources to be helpful in treating anemia and other diseases of the blood, blood pressure, cardiovascular system, endocrine system, kidney, bladder, physical strength issues, physical traumas, and post-surgical issues.
Blood Stone because of the red flecks.
Origin of the word Bloodstone at Etymonline.com
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