The Health Benefits of Wearing Pearls | Namaka Jewelry

by Joanne BRENT September 10, 2019

The Health Benefits of Wearing Pearls | Namaka Jewelry

The Health Benefits of Wearing Pearls

The pearl has long been thought of as one of nature’s most precious gifts. However, the greatest gift of all is certainly one’s good health. But did you know that people believe pearls to have amazing curative abilities too? This may be attributed to the high concentration of calcium carbonate in pearls. If you’re a believer of astrology then you’ll already know that pearls are the moon gemstone, which is believed to have a profound effect on the brain, moods, and emotions.

Cultivated Pearls & Your Health

In terms of Vedic and Chinese astrological properties, many believe that wearing pearls can assist with providing relief from diseases associated with the eyes, throat, intestines, and stomach. It can be particularly useful for relieving ailments like ulcers or stomach pains caused by stress. This is because it’s also seen as the moon gemstone, which promotes mental peace and stability. Many have also indicated that wearing pearls have assisted them in getting better sleep and feeling free of mental tension. It’s not surprising that this cool-to-the-touch gemstone is seen as influencing emotions and assuaging anger with its mysterious, soothing properties.

Discover Therapeutic Pearl Jewelry  

Regardless of what you believe, wearing natural, organic pearls can make you feel graceful and sophisticated. This positive social confidence can translate into powerful and significant relationships and career opportunities. If you’d like to explore pearl jewelry and its role in creating balance and providing cool energy in your life, definitely browse through our collection of certified, natural pearls. Because we at Namaka wish you a balanced, fortunate life filled with good health and joy!

Don’t hesitate to explore our collections of pearls and unique, handcrafted jewelry designs. You can choose the gemstones that most resonate with your positive energy while also buying a beautiful, unique piece of jewelry. Need some advice on buying pearls? No problem! Read through our shopping guide or contact our friendly experts.

 


 





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