Grace Collection: Moonstone
We specifically chose Moonstone as one of our original Travel Collection because it is known to offer protection to travelers. It can ease the digestive system, calm excess acid in the stomach, and it's soothing to the inner self and emotions. In antiquity moonstone was called selenitis. It is a creamy stone with a color and luminosity that is reminiscent of the moon. Being associated with the moon, it has always been a stone of love. Moonstone also has an important affinity with the moon in its influence on the breeding cycle and hormonal fluctuations in female humans and animals. We have found that moonstone is very helpful with symptoms of menopause and hormone imbalance. A great addition to support the feminine self. The most beautiful moonstones are found in Sri Lanka and India.
Some recommendations for Moonstone in Animal Healing:
* digestive problems
* nervousness, stabilizes emotions
* hyperactivity and hysteria
* mothering and nurturing
* orphaned youngsters
* stressful births
* overall calming effect
* regulates hormone balances
* helps with mother/offspring bonding
Some associated healing attributes of Moonstone for Humans:
* new beginnings and endings
* helps with water retention, constipation, digestive issues
* swelling and insect bites
* helps with over sensitivity
* brings good luck and a happy home
* wisdom and passion
* fertility and all associated female problems
* brings calm, control and balance
* peace of mind, caring and compassion
* stimulates inner reflection, intuition, insight.
Moonstone Chakra associations: sacral, solar Plexus
Common sources: India, Sri Lanka, Australia, USA
Astrological association: Cancer, Libra, Scorpio
Chemical composition: potassium aluminum silicate.
Color: white, cream, yellow, brown, blue, green or rainbow
Purification and cleansing: using dry sea salt or tumbled hematite stones, especially after each menstruation. Recharge Moonstone on you windowsill in the moonlight.
* A special thanks and recognition to all of the great writers in this field. The information we share is a compilation of bits and pieces from the many books and online information out there. I am so grateful for all of the insight. Our recommendations are based on that knowledge and not a guarantee of change.*