crystal gemstones are often found near deposits of tungsten and tin ore, and beryls can come in an array of beautiful shades like greens, blues, yellows, and reds.
The words "aqua marina" mean "water of the sea." The turquoise shade of aquamarines make it a stunning and desireable stone for jewelry; at the turn of the 19th century, it was extremely prized and often paired with silver. This stone is associated with the month of March and the element of water.
This gem is a wonderful stone for healing all parts of the body, though it is said to be especially effective for the heart, circulatory system, and immune system. It is also thought to be healing to the eyesight, as gazing upon the stone can produce a soothing and calming effect on the eyes.
It is also healing for emotional issues, too. Aquamarine is an ideal talisman when used to level one's moods, as well as to help one to open up and share his or her feelings. Many blue-toned gemstones have had legendary powers to cool and subdue harsh feelings like anger and aggression; this one is no exception, having the power to relax and soothe hurt feelings. Aquamarine can also enhance psychic visions and mental clarity, as well as to enhance the inner charisma of whomever chooses to wear it.