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A favorite gemstone throughout its 7000 years of history with humans, jade has captured the hearts and minds of many past Asian, Native American, Egyptian, and Islander societies. Because of its hardness, jade was used for making weapons, religious artifacts, and was valued more precious than gold. Jade, even today, is distingushed as a symbol of beauty, goodness, female eroticism, justice, wisdom, courage, compassion, and modesty. Ancients Egyptians and Mayans believed it could arose and preserve love. Chinese wear jade as a protective and lucky stone.

Healers believe jade has blood-staunching properties, encouraging women to wear jade during childbirth. It helps to regulate glandular functions, lower fever, and detoxify kidneys. Water soaked in jade is recommended to be drunk first thing in the morning to induce calm, and give the drinker a sense of contentment and renewal.

Astrologically, jade is associated with Libras, Pisces and Cancer.

Moonlit Waters jewelry incorporating jade includes:

Desire's of Benzaiten
Desire's of Benzaiten
Jade
Jade
Jade
Jade