Bloodstone Chinese Guardian Dragon

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A nicely carved Chinese Guardian Dragon or Kylin, from Indian Bloodstone / Heliotrope.

Size: 52 x 45 x 24mm
Weight: 68g

BLOODSTONE is a variety of opaque chalcedony with a hardness of 6.5 to 7. It is dark green with red spots and blotches. In the Middle Ages, the red spots in Bloodstone were thought to be spots of Christ’s blood, and magical powers were attributed to the stones. Bloodstone deposits have been found in India, China, Brazil, Australia and the USA.

The following information is courtesy of "The Pocket Book of Stones" which we also sell HERE

  • KEY WORDS Strength, courage, purification,vitality
  • CHAKRAS Root (1st)
  • ELEMENT Earth
  • PHYSICAL Aids detoxification, blood purification; liver and endocrine system
  • EMOTIONAL Inspires courage to face illness and mortality, altruism,zest for life
  • SPIRITUAL Facilitates dispelling negative energies, entering Christ consciousness

Bloodstone is a great purifier, a healing tool for dispelling negative influences from the auric field and bringing one’s subtle energies into wholeness and balance. It grounds one fully in the body, for the enhancement of one’s strength, determination and courage. It increases vitality, and can aid one in facing physical mortality.

It is a good talisman for those who are ill, even if curing the illness is not possible, because of its power to let one look unflinchingly at the truth. Bloodstone is a stone of noble sacrifice, and it can offer courage and solace. It can elicit the highest, most altruistic character traits in whoever carries or uses it. At its most effective, it stimulates the urge toward Christ consciousness. Bloodstone strengthens the root chakra, increasing one’s zest for living and endurance in physical activity. It supports blood purification and purging the body of toxins.

"This information is for research purposes only and should not be construed as medical recommendations for any disease or symptom. It is not intended to provide medical advice. Consult a licensed healthcare professional for treatment.