Understanding of Stones Used in Jewelry

When using stones in products, we often wonder, "are they real?"  Where do they come from?  Here we will explain gemstones, semi-precious and material used in this jewelry.


Amazonite, also known as Amazonstone, is a lush green mineral derived from potassium-rich igneous feldspars. Feldspars are a group of rock-forming minerals that crystallize from magma and are largely present in exclusive types of metamorphic rock. Used as a semi-precious gemstone, Amazonite has been described as a stunning crystallized variety of lively green colors...

Similar to jade, amazonite is associated with money, luck and overall success. It's known as the "gambler's stone," encouraging good luck and fortune. Amazonite is said to have a soothing effect on the nervous system.


Jasper is mineral that contains quartz, It's various colors make it ideal to make many decorative items.  The red in Jasper is due to the presence of Iron.   It's mentioned many times in the Bible, and worn by shamans, priests and kings, this healing gemstone was considered sacred and a powerful protection aid. 

It's used for grounding, healing and strength.


It comes in a wider range of colors. Imperial jade, a type of vivid green jadeite, is the most valuable variety of jade on the market. Nephrite is typically green, yellow or white. Most jade on the market today.

This gemstone has a lot of meaning and healing properties.   It is also known for it's calming and peaceful affect to whomever wears it and it also purifies the energy of your heart.



Lava Stone is Volcanic rock and found all over the world.  It's a great stone for healing properties as it can emotional ground you to the earth and it calms the emotions with it's powerful energy, and helps dissipate anger.

One belief was to give lava to a soldier going to battle to help them stay calm and centered.

Because it is porous, you can easily add your favorite essential and enjoy the properties of that oil all day.