Turquoise is a birth stone for the month of December and used as an ornamental stone, fairly popular because of its unique hue. This gem is so popular that a colour hue is known as Phiroji. Ascendants of Pisces, Scorpio and Cancer can also wear Turquoise.
Turquoise represents good luck in the field of love, and money. It is said that Turquoise helps the native from court cases. As the Turquoise’s chakra is the third eye, it enhances creativity, wisdom, inspiration and insight. Turquoise protects the wearer and brings good health, success and balance life.
Since ancient times, Turquoise is use as a gem for luck and to keep enemies away.
It Is a Gem For Luck
Luck goes stronger for good for people who wear Turquoise in a ring or a pendant or bracelet. Wear get extremely lucky in love, business, court, and judicial cases.
Promote Professional Success
Turquoise is especially for the people who are professional worker in films, Television, designing, law, jewelers, accountancy as well as it is beneficial in the field of education and creative sector such as teacher, scholar, author and students. Wearing this stone brings good fortune and success.
Strengthen relationship by infusing deep understanding and stability between partners and friends, it also helps in balancing emotions and removes anxiety, and gives tension free life.
Ensures Physical Fitness
Acts as a pain reliever, anti- inflammatory and detoxifying gemstones, it heals asthma, migraine, depression, gout, lungs infection, helps in throat, teeth and stomach problems. It also balances blood pressure, revives issue, and improves immunity making the wearer healthy and fit.
Shield of Protection
It is believed that wearing Turquoise protect from dangers such as accidents, theft and unwanted incidents. You will see the colour of the stone changing if you are ill or in danger.
Turquoise is judged by its color, texture, and matrix.
The colour of Turquoise ranges from whitish blue to deep dark blue and deep dark green to a yellowish green. Most turquoise has dark grey, brown or black vein inclusion known as matrix. Pure blue turquoise is rare and the most popular is medium blue turquoise. The most prized turquoise color is an even, intense, medium blue.
Turquoise is an aggregate of cryptocrystalline of microscopic crystals. If they are closed together, the gem is less porous, and it will have high quality of texture. Finer texture attracts higher value.
Matrix on a Turquoise are dark brown or tan coloured markings. Presence of matrix lowers its value. In the gem trade, gems with no matrix attract the highest value.
Ancient Persia was one of the major source of Turquoise. The other sources of Turquoise are Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, China, Egypt, and USA.
The color in some turquoise is unstable. An untreated, light blue Turquoise, might gradually discolor overtime. In the past, people who believed turquoise had super natural powers thought that discolouration Is due to stone’s sympathetic response to its wearer’s mood. But, today, gemmologists know that discoloration usually happens in reaction to contaminants in the environment.
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