Psilomelane Dendritic Pendant

$35.00

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Psilomelane Dendritic Pendant

This unique stone gives the appearance of a fossil embedded in it.  It is encased in a pure copper wire weave.  Wear it with your own chain or cord or add one to your order.

Psilomelane is thought to help patterns and discover hidden motivations and help you become more aware of your emotions and behaviors.

Due to variations in screens, actual color may vary slightly from the picture shown.

 

Copper –  Most people need around 3mg of copper per day.  Copper has been used for medicinal purposes and healing for thousands of years.  Helpful for use in heart disease, cancer, anemia and rheumatoid arthritis, it can also be used in the treatment of wounds, skin diseases and joint stiffness.  It can also improve circulation, energy and help detoxify the body.

It is an important support of collagen and elastin production & is a component of melanin, which gives color to the eyes, hair, and skin.  Copper is responsible for keeping the hair from turning grey or thinning out.  The body requires it to produce enzymes that prevent hardening of the arteries and to help maintain connective tissue & bones.

Placing it next to the skin can help soothe arthritis, rheumatism and other problems associated with inflammation.  It improves circulation, helps with exhaustion, and lessens pain.  It can improve oxygen exchange and filter pollutants out of the lungs.

Cleaning Copper

Dip copper jewelry in a solution of lemon juice, salt and warm water to remove tarnish.  Leave it submerged for a few minutes and rinse thoroughly.  Repeat if necessary.  You can also use ketchup and a soft-bristled brush.  If you use ketchup, make sure it doesn’t touch any gemstones.  It can dull the gemstone’s appearance.

Additional information

Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in

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