There are thousands of different homeopathic cures available. They range from aura healing, to chakra rebalancing, to crystal therapy. Gem elixirs are an offshoot of crystal therapy and can be used in conjunction with almost any other natural remedy. Gem elixirs harness the crystal power and vibration in a solution that can then be ingested or applied topically.
Making a gem elixir only requires a few basic steps. The first thing you will want to do is consult any relevant texts to find out exactly what gem stones you need for the elixir. Be sure to choose stones that have been cut and polished.
Be careful when choosing stones, some may contain traces of heavy metals such as lead and mercury. They can be toxic. If you aren’t sure about what you are doing stick with using strictly quartz based gem stones. A very good book that can help you learn more about choosing the right stones is ‘Stone Medicine: A Chinese Medical Guide to Healing with Gems and Minerals’. It is available in both hard copy and kindle versions.
To harness the gem stone’s power you need to first calm your mind and block out any mental and physical abstractions.
- Use tongs or a spoon to place the stone into a bowl full of spring water.
- Now take the bowl and place it where it can sit in direct sunlight for 3-6 hours.
The sun will activate the crystal and transfer some of the energy from the stone into the water.
- Once the water is charged remove the stone with the tongs.
- Slowly pour the charged water into a dark glass container such as a sanitized brown beer bottle.
Next you need to fix the solution to keep it from decaying. Mix an equal amount of neutral spirits such as gin or vodka with the elixir.
That’s all there is to creating a gem elixir. It’s a safe non toxic remedy that can work well with other traditional therapies. The elixir can be taken sublingually or rubbed into a chakra point, sprayed into the aura or even added to bathwater. Use it however it works best for you.