THE HEALING PROPERTIES OF HOMEOPATHIC MOONSTONE
Moonstone is composed of Orthoclase and Albite and belongs to the family of silicates. Rainbow Moonstone is a name often given to Labradorite in a white matrix.
It is also known as Selenite, from the Greek name for the moon goddess Selene. Ancient Hindu lore held that Moonstone held trapped moonbeams. In ancient Rome, it was thought that Moonstone received its pearly luster from the stored light of the Moon.
Moonstone became known as the “Traveler’s Stone” due to travelers’ belief that Moonstone would protect them and help light their path. However, Moonstone isn’t just good luck for travelers – it is believed to be a stone of good luck for all. Its brilliant glow even led to legends that sucking Moonstone could reveal one’s destiny.
Moonstone aids the digestive system, assimilates nutrients, eliminates toxins and fluid retention, and alleviates degenerative conditions of skin, hair, eyes, and fleshy organs such as the liver and pancreas. It stimulates the pineal gland and balances hormonal cycles, being excellent for PMS, conception, pregnancy, childbirth, and breast-feeding. Moonstone is also beneficial to men in opening the emotional self.
In homeopathic form, this remedy rebalances the fluids in the body: issues like water retention, particularly during menses. Oedema, dehydration can be helped by this remedy. Rebalances kidney and bladder function.
Compare with Pulsatilla, Thuja, Staphysagria, Sepia and Medorrhinum.
Inability to cry, similar to Nat Mur but different in the sense that Nat Mur avoids and tries not to cry, but once they start, they cannot stop. Moonstone is physically unable to cry, despite the grief.
If you have ever questioned your purpose, wondered if you were living the way you were meant to live; if you are feeling lost or unsure of which path to take, connect with this gemstone to help you uncover your life purpose so you can bring it to fruition.