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Natural healing stone purple amethyst chakra charm pendant

For your Pandora bracelet or can be worn as a pendant on your favorite necklace. New and gift boxed. 13mm in diameter. Small white spots seen across the stone are merely reflections of the LED lighting used for pics. Please keep in mind that each stone is unique and carries its own markings and colorings. Each charm is one of a kind. Amethyst Amethyst is a natural tranquiliser, it relieves stress and strain, soothes irritability, balances mood swings, dispels anger, rage, fear and anxiety. Alleviates sadness and grief, and dissolves negativity. Amethyst activates spiritual awareness, opens intuition and enhances psychic abilities.


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Natural healing stone purple amethyst chakra charm pendant

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