Definitions for "Tourmaline"
A mineral occurring usually in three-sided or six-sided prisms terminated by rhombohedral or scalenohedral planes. Black tourmaline (schorl) is the most common variety, but there are also other varieties, as the blue (indicolite), red (rubellite), also green, brown, and white. The red and green varieties when transparent are valued as jewels.
It is a crystalline mineral that is used as a gemstone. It comes in variety of colors but the most common of them are pink and green.
Optimara super miniature variety. See Little Tourmaline.
Prevents lymphatic disease. Balances, protects, calms, gives self- confidence and cheerfulness. Useful for meditation. Attracts inspiration, goodwill and friendship. Protects wearer against misfortune and anaemia. Grounds high-frequency energies into the physicality.
Strengthens nervous system, regulates blood pressure. Deflects negative energy, attracts prosperity.
All throat problems, thyroid, speech impediments. Promotes clear verbal expression, dissolves mental friction, emotional constriction. Carries a high electrical charge and if rubbed briskly one end becomes positive and one negative, the energy can then be directed wherever peaceful energy is required.