Aquamarine

Chemical Formula: (Be3Al2Si6O18)
Aquamarine is the traditional birthstone of March.

Description

Aquamarine, meaning “seawater” in Greek, is the blue variety of beryl. It is found in unusual formations of granite where iron deposits causes the blue coloration. Aquamarine was used as a talisman for safe journeys over water, often given to sailors throughout history.

Metaphysical Properties

Aquamarine is a powerful stone for releasing anger, and staying calm in tense situations. Its energy is similar to the ocean; soothing and comforting, making it a wonderful relaxation stone. Aquamarine is a great sleep aid to keep by the bed.