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Tourmaline Earrings

Tourmaline is a beautiful gemstone that is oftentimes used to make earrings and other jewelry. Tourmaline earrings can add a distinctly feminine touch to your look. Pink tourmaline is the official birthstone of October, alongside opal. This special gemstone has a deep rose color that exudes commitment and love. Symbolic of wisdom eloquence, and strength of mind, wearing tourmaline will help you to make a confident impression.

Mystically speaking, tourmaline is thought to keep the digestive system running efficiently, and to strengthen bones and teeth. It is sometimes also used to treat disorders of the adrenal system, trauma, and stress. Among its many representations, tourmaline is thought to embody humanitarianism and humanity, and can be worn to promote sympathetic causes. A counselor or therapist wears it to better understand their patients and to become better listeners. Notably, tourmaline has been used to treat panic attacks and also to sooth feelings of dread and chaos.

The stone of “reconciliation”, it is thought to foster cool headedness and compassion, and to radiate the type of energy that attracts friendship and money while reaffirming our earthly roots.

Tourmaline was first discovered off the Italian coat in the 17th century. Once thought of as rubies, it wasn’t until years after their discovery that they were found to be a separate gemstone altogether. The Chinese have used tourmaline to carve figures for centuries, with many ancient works of art made from tourmaline testaments to its long-lived beauty. Aboriginal tribes in Australia used talismans made from tourmaline to ward off danger.

Tourmaline is sometimes used in the production of electricity within pressure gauges, due to its ability to generate electrical currents. You can find tourmaline in various regions of the world, from California to Maine to Nigeria, India, and Sri Lanka, among others.