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Lithotherapy for animals: the benefits of each stone

La lithotherapie pour les animaux : les bienfaits de chaque pierre - melissafendrichcreations

Definition: What is lithotherapy?

Lithotherapy is an unconventional medical technique that uses stones to heal.

It is rather known and used in human beings and is beginning to become more and more popular among our animal friends.

Stone n°1: Black agate

Black Agathe wards off negative energies and provides emotional stability and self-confidence.

It is therefore ideal for reducing stress in animals that suffer from it and giving them greater self-confidence.

Our black Agate necklace.

Stone n°2: Pink quartz

Rose quartz brings love and peace to any animal. It also strengthens relationships, drives away anger and rage, brings forgiveness and restores trust when it has been violated, supports tolerance on all levels.

Rose quartz will therefore be very useful in bringing positive energies to any animal, such as love, trust, peace, forgiveness, trust and general well-being.

Our rose quartz necklace.

Stone n°3: Tiger's eye

Tiger's eye is considered a supreme protector and also fights depression.

Tiger's eye will be ideal for an animal suffering from depression, in order to fight against it. It will also protect him from all negative energies.

Our tiger eye necklace.

Stone n°4: The jade stone

Jade stone is effective in regulating the kidneys and calming the nerves.

It will therefore be ideal for calming animals that tend to be nervous.

It will also help to regulate kidney problems (in addition to the advice of a veterinarian).

Our jade stone necklace.

Stone n°5: Sodalite stone

Sodalite stone fights feelings of guilt and anxiety.

It will be ideal for all animals that tend to feel anxious and feel guilty. It will reduce these negative emotions to make way for well-being.

Our sodalite stone necklace.

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