Holy Land Ruby
The first Holy Land Ruby was found by Shefa in Israel in the beginning of the new millennium (2000). High gem-quality Ruby originated from the Holy Land are VERY RARE. As of today, less than 100 Carats where discovered.
Ruby is a pink to blood-red color gem, a variety of the mineral corundum (aluminium oxide). Other varieties of gem-quality corundum are called sapphires. The word ruby comes from ruber, Latin for red. The color of a ruby is due to the element chromium.
Commonly, natural Ruby is cut and polished into gemstone and worn in jewelry. Ruby have a remarkable hardness of ‘9 on the Mohs scale’ (the third hardest mineral, after diamond at 10 and moissanite at 9.5)
Mineral Metaphysical and Energetic Properties:
Physical possible effects:
Assists in raising Body Temperature, Relieves cases of the Flu and Pneumonia and Help with coughs. Helps with all problems that arise through over-acid conditions, for example rheumatism and gout, and will decrease excessive acid formation in the stomach. Supports the absorption of iron in the intestine and normalizes conductivity in the nerves. In this way, it helps with symptoms of weakness, slowed down perception and even with paralysis. Feeds all combustion processes in the body and therefore, it is an energy supplier in all cells, tissues and organs.
Psychological/mental possible effects:
Has a very calming effect on nervousness, fears and feelings of guilt. Encourages the facility to express feelings, and to release behavioral patterns of holding onto things and holding back. It also stimulates a desire for change and alteration. Promotes creativity and the desire to turn ideas into reality. It mobilizes states of mood that have become rigid or frozen and provides the possibility for change.
Spiritual possible effects:
Can help with a loss of identity, finding out again who we really are and what our task is in life. It encourages a sense of reality, soberness and alertness at any given moment. Promotes joy in living and the ability to be creatively active. Ensures survival in the sense of continuous further development towards optimal conditions.