#WednesdayWonders – Amazonite #Gemstones

Welcome back to another gemstone post!

Today, I want to share with you a common gemstone that packs quite a powerful punch. Amazonite is a feel-better stone.

Photo by Jan Sikes 12-13-21

These are just a few Amazonite pieces I have scattered throughout the house. My favorite is the gorgeous bracelets that I wear often.

Amazonite has always been prized for its beauty and healing power. This pale green mineral rock is believed to date back as far as the 10th century BC.

Amazonite stones are also thought to have tremendous healing abilities. Similar to jade, amazonite is associated with money, luck, and overall success. It’s known as the “gambler’s stone,” encouraging good luck and fortune, especially when combined with Tiger’s Eye.

Amazonite is said to have a soothing effect on the nervous system. Since the nervous system controls our emotions a great deal, this stone is said to soothe tense and aggravated situations and to enhance love, especially when combined with Rose Quartz.

Since this stone is associated with the throat and heart, it is best when worn as a necklace near these areas. Amazonite is said to bestow truth, honor, and integrity to its wearer.

Amazonite is used to treat fatigue, trauma, or anything else that may take energy away from a person. Amazonite is said to help with thyroid gland issues and also aids in treating alcoholism. It has a gentle healing quality that is useful to nearly everyone in a general manner.

I’d love to hear from you. Do you have this gorgeous stone?

44 thoughts on “#WednesdayWonders – Amazonite #Gemstones

    1. Oh, how wonderful, Gwen. Natural medicine is the best way to go whenever possible. I love that gemstones and essential oils are a big part of natural healing. Thank you for sharing!


  1. What a wonderful stone, in look and effects. That color is totally what I am drawn to, and that aspect of soothing nervousness makes it a perfect fit for me. I have to look out for that stone. I don’t have one yet.

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    1. Oh my! If I lived near a gemstone shop, I’d be continuously broke. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment, Sally! I’d love to see your collection of jewelry. I’m sure you have some amazing pieces!

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  2. I’m going to just say it. I think your site, Jan, is one of my absolute favorites. You share about all the things I’m fascinated by! Gemstones, tarot cards, crystals. Not to mention books & writing. Fortunately, I know a few things about gemstones and their meanings. Rose Quartz & Tiger’s Eye are probably at the top of my list! Thank you so much for sharing. I can’t wait til the next one!

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    1. Awww, thank you, Mar. I am so glad you enjoy my blog site. I thoroughly enjoy creating content to share. I agree with you about Rose Quartz and Tiger’s Eye. They are both wonderful stones!! I’m happy you stopped by and left a message!

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  3. Wow! This is a powerful stone but as far as I know, I don’t have one. It’s odd and interesting how I can buy a small bag of rocks at various places, usually at tourist gift shops, and never know what they are. I’ve collected rocks since we were children but I never paid much attention to their names. I loved them for their beauty and because they come from the earth. I’m just now starting to learn the names of some. A lot are too hard to remember and pronounce therefore I just love them for their beauty. Merry Christmas, sister! Thank you for my Rose Quartz and Leopard Skin Jasper bracelets! I love them.

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    1. I totally agree, sister. It wasn’t until the large Amethyst showed up in a packing box that I really started studying the different aspects of the stones. I just love learning and sharing! Thank you for stopping by and you are most welcome for the bracelets!


      1. Hi Jan, I share these and your Tarot Meditation Motivation posts to a Facebook group I belong to.

        People seem to love them.

        Back when you were doing the runes posts I shared that entire series.


  4. I don’t have this stone, but it’s lovely. And now I’m a little miffed that Amazon uses orange instead of this soothing pale green. It feels like a missed opportunity. (You know, because Jeff Bezos needed more success and luck. lol)

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