What is in the store for March born individuals when it comes to birthday gemstone?

Ahh! Here comes the month of March. It is the time when we feel happy about the arrival of the spring season, right? Spring is the season when nature comes back to life with a gush of the beautiful sight, chirping sound of birds, and colourful flowers all around. This is the time of the year when everything around us is changing for good with promising new life and wishful hope. Finally, the dark spell of the winter month comes to an end and we all can breathe fresh air and feel more rejuvenated.

Are you born in this beautiful month of March and ready to embark a new journey with the arrival of spring? For all those lucky people who are born in the month of March, you have two birthstones in store - aquamarine and bloodstone.

These two precious stones are quite different from one another when it comes to appearance, but they tend to share a common representation of conserving or augmenting the wellbeing of the individual who wears these gemstones. Through this post, we shall be learning more about aquamarine and bloodstone in detail.

Aquamarine Birthstone Meaning & History

Aquamarine is the seawater color precious stone. It derived its name from the Latin word used to describe seawater. As per the records, the terminology aquamarine was basically used long back in the year 1609. The term was used by Anselmus de Boodt in his gemological work - Gemmarum et Lapidum Historia. In ancient times, this gemstone regarded as one of the most valuable precious stones. In the 19th century, precious stones with sea green color tones were very famous and popular. However, these days, the sea blue tone is regarded as the most treasured gemstone.  In 1910, Brazil became the first ever country with the largest aquamarine weighing around 243 pounds. You will be amazed to know that 243 pounds aquamarine was then cut into smaller pieces to get over 200,000 carats of the precious stone. Every aquamarine found on the earth symbolizes the color of some type of water body.

Aquamarine weighs around 7.5-8 hardness on the Mohs scale, which clearly indicates that it is quite sturdy and potent stone but can easily break. It tends to lose some of its hues when exposed to strong sunlight for a longer duration.

Where Is Aquamarine Found?

This precious stone is known to be found widely across different parts of the world. However, the major quantity of aquamarine is found and produced by Brazil. Other important sources from where this gemstone is found in Angola, Kenya, central Madagascar, Malawi, Nigeria, Mozambique, Pakistan, the Ural Mountains in Russia, Tanzania, Colorado / USA, and Zambia. As per the records, it has been found that the Brazilian usually imports aquamarine which is large in size and clear and good quality stone is found in Bahia, Espirito Santo, and Minas Gerais.

Aquamarine Gemstones

Benefits Of Wearing Aquamarine Gemstone:

The most noticeable thing about aquamarine is its capability to heal and appease one's unstable emotional state of mind. It also helps get rid of anxiety and can guard the wearer’s energy against being worn out due to the presence of pessimism in their surroundings. Besides this, Aquamarine can also help the wearer with:

• Healing any type of emotional ordeal
• Regulates temperament
• Relieves stress
• Promotes peace
• Brings clarity of the mind
• The composure of the heart
• It helps express the truth
• Reinforces psychic capabilities

Bloodstone Birthstone Meaning & History

Generally speaking, there are two different types of bloodstone precious stone that you can find, that is the plasma and the heliotrope. Heliotrope is crystal clear and tends to reflect red hue within the stone. On the other hand, Plasma is a lush green and impervious stone with slight or no red hue in it. The clear as crystal quartz is identified as “pale purple” ( which means “sun turning” in Greek), for the reason that in prehistoric times, stones were defined as imitating the sun, which harks back the prehistoric of the setting sun in the red color, which used to reflect the image in the ocean. Many people assumed that when the Sun went down in the water, the stone inside the water of the ocean can actually take up the red color of the setting Sun.

Bloodstone is one of the sorts of chalcedony, crystalline quartz. When the bloodstone is found in green color, it means that it acquired the green hue from the chlorite particles, speckled with upbeat and unique red dots of iron oxide that bear a resemblance to blood, from where it derived its name.

It takes over from a conchoidal rupture and a toughness of just about 7 on the Mohs hardness scale. Though, the firmness of bloodstone is typically marginally lesser, at about 6.5.

Where Is Bloodstone Found?

Mainly the bloodstone gemstone is found and mined in India. As per the estimates, the other countries that produce and supply this precious gemstone are Australia, Brazil, China, and Madagascar. Besides this, in the United States, there are some areas where in bloodstone gemstone is found in the small quantity namely California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.

Precious Gemstone

Benefits Of Wearing Bloodstone Gemstone:

Some of the benefits of wearing bloodstone gemstone are:

• It is known to cleanse the blood and have powerful healing qualities.
• Bloodstone attracts the negative vibes surrounding wearer and helps them overcome anxiety issues.
• It is known to stimulate positive dreams and rejuvenates the wearer.
• It dispels any sort of dilemma and improves the decision making the power of the wearer.
• Decreases the sense of cantankerousness, assertiveness, and intolerance.
• Best for treating anaemia and purifies the blood, as well as, detoxifies liver, kidney, spleen, and bladder.
• Bloodstone is also considered beneficial in curing blood cancer, that is leukaemia.

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