Rassa Natural Stones Jewelry and Ayurveda
List of Stones Ayurveda
 

Agate
In Antiquity, it was considered a sacred stone possessing the power of rendering sympathetic and amiable the person wearing it.

Agate
Pitta
 

Amber
This honey like colored stone
irradiates important quantities of heat and light and possesses one of the most intense magnetic energy.
The ancient sorcerers honored amber as an elixir capable of curing anything except for love sickness.
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Vata+Kapha
 

Amethyst
To beg forgiveness from the goddess Diana, the Roman god Bacchus poured the fruit from his best vines on a crystal that turned purple. The stone was then called “Amethyst”.
For Greeks, this name meant “no delusion”.

Amethyste
Vata+Pitta
 

Aquamarine
The Romans gave it this name meaning “sea water”. The fishermen used it to insure a fruitful catch.
aquamarine
Kapha
 

Aventurine
The eyes of ancient Tibetan statues were made of aventurine, which was ascribed with a beneficial influence.
This mineral is considered a powerful talisman which can bring economic well-being. It also brings out artistic talents.

Aventurine
Pitta
 

Blue Quartz
Also called  “Blue Aventurine”, it is the stone of evolution and healing of hearts and expresses the abundance and the truth of the Spirit’s ways.
Its vibration frequency is that of love.
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Kapha
 

Carnelian
This most popular agate was worn by soldiers of old around their neck to give themselves courage.
Cornaline
Pitta
 
Citrine
Its lively energy increases when it reflects the yellow sun rays.
citrine
Pitta
 
Crystal
The Greeks used to say that crystal is water transformed forever into stone by the gods.
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Pitta
 

Emerald
This stone representing hope and faith was used as an antiseptic by the Ancients.
The Greeks dedicated it to Venus, goddess of love.  It remains a symbol of psychic powers and immortality.


   
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Vata+Pitta
 
Fluorite
The call for human life’s adventure!
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Pitta+Kapha
 

Garnet
Jewelry containing garnet has been found on Egyptian mummies.  During the Middle Ages, ladies used to offer this mineral to knights as a token of love and to be remembered by the loved one.
It is said that anyone who steals garnet will surely encounter misfortune.


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Vata+Kapha
 
Gold Stone
Copper ore brings in love, affection, harmony, beauty and peace.
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Pitta+Kapha
 
Hematite
It unites the material world to the transcendental world.
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Vata+Pitta+Kapha
 
 
Jasper
In Italy, it was named «the witches stone» and was given to children to protect them from dangers.
Native Indians wore the red japser for protection, yellow jasper to clear the mind and brown jasper to aid concentration.
Jaspe
Kapha
 
Labradodite
This stone intensively activates the curative powers of the hands.
Stone of abundance and ascent.
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Vata+Kapha
 

Lapis-lazuli
In China, Egypt, India and Persia,
during Antiquity, it was considered an efficient amulet.
It was believed that this substance promotes the harmony of the individual with the surrounding nature, granting him serenity.
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Vata+Kapha
 
Malachite
Historically ascribed with the potency of promoting all kinds of personal and visionary powers. Indeed, a malachite which breaks thereby warns its owner of impending dangers.
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Kapha
 

Moonstone
This symbol of Diana, the Romans’ Moon-goddess, bestows love, wealth, victory and wisdom.
This love-stone lucky charm is thought to reunite those who part in anger.
Moon-Stone
Pitta+Kapha
 
 
Onyx
In the past, African tribes used it to celebrate the fertility rites.
Orientals consider it a symbol of
balance between two opposite energies due to the fact that it combines two
opposite colors.
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Pitta
 
 

Pearl
An ancient legend says that pearls have the power to relax the mind and energy, which helps people to harmonize their loving relationships.
Pearls worn as a necklace protect one from adversity.
Pearl
Vata+Kapha
 
Peridot
The alchemists believed it was particularly efficient against harmful energies when worn as a necklace.
Peridot
Vata+Pitta
 

Rose quartz
The Romans and the Egyptians
believed that it could lighten the
complexion and promote beauty.

Quartz_rose
Pitta
 
 
Smoky Quartz
Contains perpetual energy and is thus effective in increasing resistance, acting as energy generator when an increased effort is required.
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Pitta
 
Sodalite
Egyptian priests often used it to drive away guilt and strengthen the mind’s power over the body.
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Pitta+Kapha 
 

Tiger’s eye
Considered a powerful talisman with  the power of making those who wear it perceive potential dangers.
Egyptians used it for their statues’ eyes to express divine vision.
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Pitta+Kapha 
 
Tourmaline
The Ancients used its soothing properties to calm the mind and favour relaxation.
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Pitta
 
Tourmaline Quartz
Tourmaline is the dark green fibers which give this quartz electrical and magnetic properties beneficial to the nervous system.
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Pitta
 

Turquoise
A lucky charm,
it was named “Turk stone”.
An Oriental proverb says: “Given by a loving hand, it brings happiness and prosperity”.
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Kapha
 
Unakite
Found in the Unaka mountains of North Carolina, United States, this opaque crystal of mixed colors is associated with equilibrium, fusion and harmonization.
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Vata+Pitta+Kapha
 
Water Sapphire
This stone is also named “iolite” or “cordierite” .
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    Vata+Pitta