This Citrine & Hazelwood Simplicity Bracelet brings with it properties of abundance, healing and personal power.
It’s simplicity is in that there are no clasps to worry about, made with memory wire, it is very easy to slip on and wear every day.
Made with genuine Citrine beads, hazelwood beads and glass czech seed beads, this simplicity bracelet will bring a very earthy and natural feel to any outfit.
The physical and metaphysical benefits include:
- Reduction of acid in your body making it more akaline
- Balancing of the solar plexus chakra
- Dispelling of negative energies
- Enhancing personal power and energy
- Manifest Success & Abundance
Citrine is well known in crystal work as a success and prosperity stone to the point that it is called the “Success Stone.” It is said to promote and manifest success and abundance in all areas, and in many ways. It is particularly used to promote success in business if used in the cash box of a shop, carried or worn, earning it another nickname, “Merchant’s Stone.” In addition to manifesting abundance, citrine also brings energies of generosity so that the prosperity and success is shared.
It is a solar plexus chakra stone used metaphysically to increase, magnify and clarify personal power and energy. This increased personal power can be used for the focused intent of the individual, as it brings will power as well.
WHAT DO HAZELWOOD BEADS DO?
Hazelwood appears to help create a more alkaline environment in your body through direct contact with your skin, which may help to prevent and remedy many of the symptoms caused by acidosis (being too acidic) and by reducing free-radicals by having a high antioxidant effect through your pores.*
The Aboriginals were the first to discover that they could put hazelwood around their babies’ necks to relieve teething pain. Historically, hazel trees were used by North Americans to help heal teeth issues, with tea and roots used to help heal hemorrhaging. Heart disease, indigestion, and eye issues were all health issues that were relieved with the use of all parts of the tree, including branches, bark, and roots used often in teas. Tribes soon discovered that the inside of the bark is where salicylic acid is located, which is also known as aspirin.