Disclaimer: Serious medical ailments should be treated by a physician. This thread is here to provide information on elixirs and potions, and should not be used in place of proper medical treatment. Also be sure to research any herb or stone you are unfamiliar with to avoid harm or allergic reaction.
What is a Gem Elixir?
A gem elixir is water that has been attuned to, or absorbed the energies of certain crystals.
How do I make an Elixir?
Place your cleansed gemstones in a glass cup, bowl, etc. Pour spring or purified water over the gems. Cover it with cheesecloth or gauze, and allow it to sit for a night. By morning, the elixir should be ready for use. You can drink it, rub it on your skin, etc. As a side note, if you don't want to place your crystal directly in the water, you could place it in a smaller glass and place that in the water. Others use an alcohol base for their elixirs, some used energized water. To make a gem essence or elixir with an alcohol, add the gem elixir to organic brandy. Try to keep the mixture half and half. Equal amounts. To make the energized water, one method says to place the elixir in the sun for 3-4 hours before use.
Which Stones Can I Use?
The following is a brief list of specific issues/ailments and stones that you can use to make gem elixirs tailored to that specific need.
- Stress: quartz, rose quartz, and amethyst.
- Weight Loss: quartz and red jasper,
- Energy & Stamina: quartz and moss agate.
- Immune System Boost: quartz, amethyst, and black tourmaline.
- Diuretic: quartz, red jasper.
- Insomnia: rose quartz and lack tourmaline.
- Skin Conditions: amethyst, quartz , and red carnelian
- Skin rejuvenation - amethyst, agate, and red carnelian
- Libido - red carnelian, red jasper, and rose quartz
- Concentration - agate and quartz
Which Stones Should I Avoid?
- Amazonite - contains copper and copper can be toxic to our bodies.
- Azurite - contains copper.
- Boji stones - their sulfur content makes them undesirable for elixirs.
- Chalcopyrite - it contains a combination of copper and sulfur.
- Chrysocolla - contains copper
- Cinnabar - contains mercury
- Cuprite - copper content
- Dioptase - copper content
- Hematite - stone can rust due to the iron content in it.
- Lapis Lazuli - the pyrite in it could be poisonous and the stone is porous.
- Malachite - copper content.
- Wulfenite - Contains lead