Popular Gemstone Therapy Sites
- Healing Crystals Information
Chart lists the healing properties of stones and crystals.
- Crystal Therapy
Dedicated to sharing the benefits of Crystal Healing.
- Gems for Friends
The Healing properties of gemstones and crystals. Info and links.
- Living with Crystals
Devoted to working with crystals for emotional and spiritual growth.
- World of salt lamps
Salt Crystal Lamps are a way to ionize the air indoors. They can be used to help treat allergies.
Offers crystal healings and info.
- Alternative Healing
Self healing through chakra meditation and aura balancing with quartz crystals.
- Gemstone Therapy
Information about the Healing Properties of Gemstones and Crystals.
- Dolphins, Crystals and Angels
Features articles, courses, and crystals.
- Kacha Stones
Offers a selection of healing crystals, many hand mined and celtic.
- Rev. Dr Dianne Weinberger
Crystal healing and Reiki metaphysical teacher, recognised training course & information.
- The Crystal Tiger
This site contains info about crystal healing and certificate classes.
- Angelite Om
Angelite Om is a company specializing in Angelite - jewelry and healing tools.
Ellie Crystalinks site - the Earth's core crystal, Atlantean and other information about crystals.
- Astro Clinic
Deals with healing chronic diseases with gem therapy, an alternative medicine.
- Crystal Cavern Crystals
Info on crystals. Research the complete A-Z of crystals.
- Light Workers
Information about an unusual and powerful quartz crystal called the Grid of Light.
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