Beryl of various colors, ranges of color from a faint light blue to bluish-green, is found Europe in Norway, Austria, Germany, Sweden, Ireland and Russia, as well as Brazil, Colombia, Madagascar, Mozambique, Pakistan, Afghanistan, South Africa, the United States, and Zambia.
Aquamarine’s oldest use was in eyeglasses during the 13th century Italy, as glass could not be made clear enough to be used as lenses.
Summoning the legends of sailors and seafarers, this gemstone is used as a protective talisman for good luck and manifesting a strong sense of fearlessness for an upcoming journey across the high seas.
Since "Aqua" is the Latin word for water and "marine" means "of the sea, this healing crystal works to clear and cleanse the water element within our bodies, which is crucial to health and wellness, especially since we are made up of 70% water. By reconnecting us to earth’s life giving water element, Aquamarine helps to remove emotional toxicity and encourage feelings of inner peace.
Evolved over millions of years, this stone rocks when it comes to soothing unpleasant emotions such as grief or loneliness. Aquamarine is also known for its incredible anti-aging effects.