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Garnet

Description
Any of various silicate minerals found mainly in metamorphic rocks.

Properties
bulletGarnet is a stone of romantic love and passion.
bulletGarnet enhances sensuality, sexuality, and intimacy.
bulletGarnet is said to bring positive thoughts and boosts energy.
bulletGarnet is excellent for manifestation.
bulletGarnet can also assist mystically with success in one's career and building one's self-confidence.
bulletGarnet is especially effective for protection from evil.
bulletGarnet is used for gentle spiritual healing.
bulletGarnet can heal the blood, heart and lungs.
bulletGarnet is associated primarily with the root chakra, but also with other chakras depending on its color.

Etymology
Middle English, from Old French grenate, from grenat, pomegranate-red, probably from Latin grntum, pomegranate, from neuter of grntus, seedy.
Origin of the word Garnet at Etymonline.com

General Reference
Garnet at Wikipedia

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