The pyrope

The pyrope is a mineral from a group of pomegranates. Its crystals are often densely red. There is a pyropa with bright red patches, like flaming fire. The pyrope has a glassy sheen. Transparent pyrope crystals are precious stones and are used in jewelry. The remaining crystals are used as an abrasive material.

The pyrope is a mineral from a group of pomegranates. Its crystals are often densely red

The name "pyrope" originated from the ancient Greek word "pyropos" - similar to fire. There are other names of the mineral and its varieties: the Cape ruby, the fake ruby, the Bohemian garnet, the fiery stone, the garamantite. The main pyrope deposits are located on the territory of Africa and the Czech Republic.

In Indian folk medicine, pyrope is used as a means to normalize blood pressure. It is also believed that pyrope, like a ruby, can increase blood circulation, and also increase its coagulability, which helps the early healing of abrasions, scratches, small wounds.

Lithotherapists recommend pregnant women to wear on their belly ornaments from pyrope - this will improve the course of pregnancy and facilitate childbirth. Young women who want to create a happy family are advised to wear a gold ring with a pyrope on their left hand. Men wearing a ring with this stone on their right hand will acquire an attraction in the eyes of the opposite sex.

Astrologers believe that the pyrope corresponds to the signs of Sagittarius and Leo. Sagittarius, he helps to maximize their abilities. Lions bring professional success.

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