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Garnet is a powerful crystal associated with passion, creativity, and vitality. Its name comes from the Latin word “granatum,” meaning “pomegranate,” due to its colour and resemblance to the fruit’s seeds. It is found in many colours, including red, green, yellow, orange, and pink. Many names, including almandine, andradite, grossular, pyrope, rhodolite, spessartine, and uvarovite, are widespread alternatives to garnet. This stone is associated with the root and heart chakras.

It is believed to help balance and energise these chakras and enhance one’s creativity, confidence, and courage. This stone is also said to improve circulation, stimulate metabolism, and strengthen the immune system. It is the birthstone for january and is associated with the zodiac signs of capricorn and aquarius. It is said to be particularly beneficial for those born under these signs and those born in january. In ancient times, garnet was often used as a talisman for protection and healing. It was believed to ward off evil spirits and protect against disease and injury. Garnet was also used in ancient medicine to remedy various ailments, such as fever, inflammation, and poor circulation.

There are many stories and legends associated with garnet. One Greek myth tells of a pomegranate which Persephone ate in the underworld, leading her to spend half the year there. The pomegranate was believed to represent the seeds of life and the renewal of the seasons. Garnet is also associated with the Hindu goddess Kali, who is depicted wearing a garland of garnets around her neck.

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