The main element, of each piece of jewelry is selected not only for its uniqueness and beauty but even more so for its ability to absorb, hold & diffuse essential oils.
Coix lacryma-jobi) are the pearly seeds of an Asiatic grass. Their name refers to Job in the Bible, who was sorely afflicted but never lost his faith. Job was rewarded by God for his patience, and many people believe that with faith they too will get over and that these JOB’S TEARS have the power to help them.Healing, Wishes, Luck- Perhaps most commonly found within Jewelry throughout the world, Job`s Tears are a potent magical tool within the hoodoo spiritual tradition. In groups of seven, they can be used to help make wishes come true
Majidea zanguebarica (Aka the black pearl tree or velvet seed tree) is a small tree belonging to the Sapindaceae family. The tree is native to East Africa. It has a luscious velvety exterior and inside, a porous seed material. Absolutely perfect for diffusing essential oils. Historically, the mgambo was known to treat fever, wound infections and intestinal disorders. In traditional medicine, the pods and leaves have antibacterial properties. These seeds can hold and diffuse oil for 5 to 7 days.
Azurite is a mineral with a hardness of 4 out of 10 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness These Monoclinicly structured gems are made of copper hydroxycarbonate, their full chemical compound being Cu3(OH)2(CO3)2.
Azurite is a gorgeous stone that when polished into a sphere may look very much like the planet earth. It's blues, and greens look like oceans and forests.
It gets its name from the bluish color. The word azure means bluish purple in Old French and Middle English. In Spanish azul is blue. This gem is usually only polished as it is very soft, and can not hold a facet well. Gem5
Breccia is a term most often used for clastic sedimentary rocks that are composed of large angular fragments (over two millimeters in diameter). The spaces between the large angular fragments are filled with a matrix of smaller particles and a mineral cement that binds the rock together.
Breccia: Sedimentary Rock. 7 out of 10 on Mohs Hardness Scale. Not Ideal for diffusion, georgous nontheless