Smoky Quartz for protection from Radiation/Chemo therapy

Cancer today has become a common man disease, every family has at least one person suffering from one or the other form of cancer. Every major Hospital today has a speciality cancer ward!!

 

It seems “Cancer” is the buzzword of twenty-first century.  Increase in the number of cancer patients is alarming, and would definitely be cause of concern for policy makers. But here, I provide you with a simple yet effective means of protecting oneself against the side effects of radiation/chemo therapy often given to cancer patients.

 

Smoky Quartz, it is a semi-precious variety of quartz, available from light grey to black color shades. This crystal has many uses from protection to divination to spiritual growth. It works at the root chakra level, giving strength to the physical body. A natural energy ground, it absorbs the negative energy and offers protection from all forms of negativity and toxins.
Being an irradiated stone, it offers protection against the negative side effects of radiation and chemo therapy. 
A person undergoing radiation therapy should wear a natural smoky quartz mala or bracelet. If possible keep smoky quartz raw stones near the bed of the person receiving therapy. The weight of smoky quartz should be minimum 1/100th of person’s weight, so for a 60Kg person, the person can choose to wear a 100gm smoky quartz jewelry and keep a 0.5 Kg raw stone near the bed.
The more raw the stone is, more energy it will have.
The stone when used needs to be cleaned regularly under running water for a minute. Occasionally you can use the salt water cure to clean it, just keep the stone immersed in salt water overnight and then to charge in early morning sunlight for few hours.
 
*Image reused from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Smokey_quartz_Swiss.jpg under CC license accessed on 28th July 2016

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