There are rare gemstones, then there is gaspeite. Already so rare that it could only be found in two places, Australia and Canada, now even those deposits have been mined out. Which tells you your search has landed you on one of the few places online where you can get authentic gaspeite beads.
We will talk about gaspeite beads’ healing properties in a bit. First, we will take a moment to admire the stone’s dazzling beauty. Its gorgeous green color adapts it beautifully as a pendant to embellish any pricey necklace, adding a touch of nature-inspired beauty to any look.
Take note, though, like everything beautiful, gaspeite beads require a measure of TLC. They are soft, and thus, delicate. If you are going to be exerting yourself physically in the garden, garage or workshop, leave the necklace nicely wrapped in a soft cloth.
Gaspeite Beads for Physical Health and Vitality
Worn against your skin as an earring, bracelet or necklace, gaspeite beads aid healing from asthma, lung disorders, allergies, and bronchitis. Moving on, are you struggling with weight loss?
Hard as you have tried, celebrity diet plans and all, you can’t get your expanding waistline to shrink back to a size you can feel good about. We have all been there! Allow us to suggest something you perhaps have not tried yet. Gaspeite beads can help in activating the bladder, encouraging the body to break down the fats in your intestines.
It’s even said wearing gaspeite beads will help you determine which foods your body needs, and to make sense of the real reason you crave foods you know you shouldn’t eat a lot of. Put your gaspeite weight loss plan on steroids by pairing it in a piece of jewelry with other gemstone beads like green tourmaline, yellow apatite, and rainforest jasper beads.
You are probably asking, after reading the part on pairing your gaspeite beads with other gemstone beads, where you can get those. Well, you can get them right here, of course. Our own (slightly biased) research, shows that we have one of the largest collections of gemstone beads, chips, and pebbles, which are trusted by crafters and jewelry designers alike.