Healing Stones

Before I start on this post I 
wanted to added this comment...

Yesterday I posted pics of
Halloween past outfits.
I asked if anyone knew who
I was in this costume,
no one commented.

it is a little hard to get this
one but I really thought 
I was doing something with this
one....If you blow up the pic
you will see that the shirt 
is a print of Peacock Feathers!

I am holding my candleholder 
and books....
got it yet?

I am Ms. Peacock
in the library 
with the candlestick!

Now to the original post!

It's only been about a couple of years
ago that I bought my first stone.

At that point I also purchased a
bracelet and ring.

The bracelet on the bottom includes
Hematite and magnets. The ring is
Hematite. I purchased this because I
have a weak wrist on the right side.
I am right handed so I guess the 
years caught up with me. 
When my wrist would bother
me I would take to wearing the 
bracelet. Which seemed to help.
The ring was for the right hand
also because basically I liked it!

The bracelet on top consist of just
Hematite, I purchased that
later on.

My stones basically are geared to my health.

This is Petrified Wood
  • Offers mental stability
  • Promotes concentration
  • Encourages goal setting

Rainforest Jasper

♥ Calmness ♥ Self-confidence
 ♥ Refinement ♥ Gratefulness ♥ Elegance ♥ Delicacy 
♥ Courtesy ♥ Tact ♥ Alternatives ♥ Inner path
Good for the heart


♥ Focus ♥ Concentration ♥ Willpower ♥ Reliability 
♥ Courage ♥ Confidence ♥ Optimism ♥ Trust ♥ Balance ♥ Stability ♥ Protection


 ♥ Harmony ♥ Energy ♥ Healing
 ♥ Psychic abilities ♥ Clarity ♥ Calmness

Protection, Purification, Power, Healing

Green Aventurine

♥ Creativity ♥ Imagination ♥ Independence 
♥ Prosperity ♥ Calmness ♥ Career success
 ♥ Balance ♥ Heals circulation ♥ Heals congestion

Mahogany Obsidian

Healing, Protection

Power, Protection, Healing

courage and strength of mind,


There are so many more things
that each one of these stones
helps with. I have to look 
them up each time I need 
to know them. 

Also, back in Feb. when I had surgery
my sis in law, Lori went to a school
auction and picked this up
for me.
Beautiful necklace, it has a peach 
color pearl in it. 
That color pearl is for 
good health. 

If you can tell from the blurred
pic I also wear a essential 
oil necklace. 

My collection of oils.
I have just started to use oils.

so good for so many things but
esp. healing.

I love this scent.
That is what I have in my
This scent has a calming effect
on me. 

After surgery I started losing
hair. I put a few drops of 
it in my shampoo and the lose
I also sprinkle it in my shower
water and the steam opens
me up.

I no longer take anything for 
my headaches.
I put a drop of this at the base
of my skull, at the top also 
right at the hairline. 

With that...I buy this lotion
at the Dollar General store.
I get to bottles that come for 
I love it.

I put this lotion in a small jar.
Then I shake about 6  to 10 drops of
Frankincense, about 5 of wintergreen, 
5 to 6 of Lavender. 
Stir it all up and this is what
I use mostly on my face.
But it amazing for my dry skin
on my back and all over. 

I thought with losing weight I would
acquire wrinkles around my eyes and 
this has helped to prevent that.

I have learned that this also keeps
blood suckers, mosquites from
biting but if you get bit before
using it helps to calm that bite

Like I said, I am just now
getting into the oils. 
My niece sells Young Living oils
and she is getting me some
CBD Hemp oil for pain. 
We will see if that helps. 

Do you use healing stones or oils?
What are you thoughts?

Thanks for stopping in, 


eileeninmd said…
Hello, the collection of stones are lovely. You have given me some great ideas for the use of peppermint. I will try anything to get rid of my headaches. Happy Friday, enjoy your day!
Darla M Sands said…
What a cute costume! I would not have known because I never played the game, but it's very clever. A friend of mine is training, I guess you could say, to becoming adept in oils and herbs. Somewhere I have a native American (supposedly) healing wand my mother bought right before I moved away from home in 1990. I liked it's look when we browsed a gift shop, with its leather wrapped copper (?) tube, amethyst, and feathers. I should peruse boxes downstairs and try to locate that. Thanks for the reminder. Besides cardamom oil because I like the scent, that's the extent of my experience. Hope you are feeling well, my dear.
Sharon Qualls said…
Sorry, I never played the game and so was 'clueless.'
I have lots of stones, I collect rocks and I also have jewelry. I only have them for pretty.
I use lavender to help me sleep. Rosemary make my BP rise and I'm so sorry, I think it smells heavenly.
Pilar said…
Cute costume Pam! You have a nice collection of healing stones! Have a great weekend!
Liz A. said…
I have a bunch of stones, but I never learned what they're for. You've got quite the collection.
Ann said…
When I looked at your costume in the other post I didn't get it but I see it now :)
I recently saw something on Pinterest for making aroma therapy necklaces and I've been wanting to try it. I haven't tried any of the essential oils but I would like to. Not quite sure what brand to try or even which ones to start with
Sandra said…
I still do not know who you were, never heard of Mrs Peacock in the library.. I live under a rock and miss a lot of things. you have to know to understand me is I am the rare bird that has never seen Wizard of Oz or Mary Poppins or Harry Potter. I know about them but never watched or read them... the rocks are beautiful, for decorations.. not a believer though. sorry for the negative comment, but that is my true thoughts.
Rhodesia said…
Sorry I have got a bit behind. I love stones and in South Africa there are so many semi precious stones which are beautiful. Diane

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