Blue Sapphire Gemstones
What is Blue Sapphire Gemstones?
A Blue Sapphire is a naturally occurring gemstone composed of corundum (aluminium oxide), and tinged with slight traces of cobalt and some other metals which lead to its beautiful blue hue. In fact, the word 'sapphire' itself means 'blue stone'. Found usually in igneous rocks and in alluvial deposits, this amazing stone has long held the admiration and wonder of all kinds of people – from travellers and explorers to kings and queens. Carving and cutting of the natural stone creates the brilliantly lit and cut gemstone that is one of the most valued of all precious stones. A Blue Sapphire Gemstones has considerable sparkle and might display different colours when viewed from different angles. Sapphires can be heat treated, diffused with beryllium or irradiated to preserve and enhance their blue brilliance – but the naturally occurring coloured sapphires are still the most valued. Blue Sapphires Gemstones can also have secondary hues like violet and purple. One of the largest blue sapphires ever found weighed nearly 42 kilograms, and was discovered in Sri Lanka.
Significance of the Blue Sapphire, benefits and effects
The Blue Sapphire Gems is connected to the planet Saturn. Saturn is associated with kingly luck and abundance. Saturn is spiritually and astrologically very strong. It's also recommended to wear a Blue Sapphire stone embedded in diamond rings or gold rings. It unblocks the wearer's Ajna Chakra and protects the pituitary gland. This chakra is related to imagination, creativity and intuition. Thus, the Blue Sapphire helps the wearer in being more charismatic, intuitive and intelligent. It leads to peace of mind and a good judgement.
Check for these signs before buying your Blue Sapphire:
How to Identify a Real Blue Sapphire Gems:
A real Blue Sapphire gemstones is one of the hardest known minerals. It can't be scratched easily
It won't show any colour changes if placed in milk for nearly a day
Properties of Blue Sapphire
Indian Name: Neelam
Hardness: 9 (Mohs scale)
Cosmic Color: Indigo
Chakra: Ajna Chakra
Blue sapphires are most famously found in Madagascar and Tanzania and also in India, Sri Lanka and Russia.
Care for your Blue Sapphire
The Blue Sapphire Stone is very hard, and should be cleaned with warm detergent water and a soft brush.
How to wear after Buying Blue Sapphire
Only a gem expert or a Chakra practitioner can guide you about the proper blue sapphire stone to buy, because every wearer has a unique range of symptoms and illnesses.
Elegant Engagement Rings made with Blue Sapphire Gemstone
Elegant Rings made with Blue Sapphire Gemstone
Beautiful Bracelet made with Blue Sapphire Gemstone
Exquisite Locket or Pendent made with Blue Sapphire Gemstone
You will need to fill a form and based on this, you will get a detailed email report having
- Aura Chakra analysis report
- Astrology chart and interpretation
- Solutions for new approach to life
Recommendation of :
- Rudraksha Suitable combinations for empowerment.
- Gems-This includes Gemstones that are best suited as per current Dasha.
Also verification of suitability and correct placement of Gemstones you are wearing currently.
- Yantras-For placing in pocket and keeping in home/office.
- Mantras and Daily affirmations.
Why Gems from Rudraksha Ratna?
Rudraksha Ratna is a credited ISO 9001:2008 certified organization in the world. Rudraksha Ratna provides Flawless, Brilliant, Non Heat treated, Non Color enhanced, Vedic astrology approved Gemstones with certificate from Govt certified Gem Institute of India.
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