Origin: (1759) Derived from the Sinhalese turamali, referring to mixed colour gems of unknown identity. Was known as a “teller stone” in ancient Eastern Indian culture, providing insight during times of struggle. Used by shamen among African, Native American Indian and Aboriginal tribes, bringing healing.
Description: Shiny, opaque, long striated hexagonal structure. Black, clear, pink, green, blue, yellow.
Healing Properties: Cleanses and purifies and forms protective shield over chakras. Balances left and right brain hemispheres.
Green – Heals on all levels, especially relieving chronic fatigue and exhaustion. Provides rejuvenating qualities to the wearer, attracting abundance and prosperity.
Pink – Energises and heals with love any emotional pain. Dissolves old patterns, inviting self acceptance. Black – Transforms all negative energies, protects against harmful physical or psychic influences. Neutralises one’s own negative energies of anger, resentment, jealousy, insecurity.
Blue – Promotes peace and harmony within environment. Assists psychic awareness with intuition. Treats lungs, throat, thymus and thyroid.
Clear – Aligns energy centres and meridians. Opens crown chakra.
Watermelon – Stimulating and energising heart chakra, allowing one to release old hurts and experience love.
Yellow – Enhances personal power with spiritual growth. Energises solar plexus chakra. Treats liver, spleen, kidneys, gall bladder and stomach.