Lapis lazuli dragon pendant with eyelet
- color treated
- Size approx. 48x13 mm Ø, 4.5 mm eyelet
- With a 100 cm long black leather strap
Naming & History
The lapis lazuli takes its name from the Arabic language. The word "azul" (sky), which comes from the Arabic language, was later added to the Latin word "lapis" (stone), from which the name lapis lazuli developed. Lapis lazuli was a coveted commodity long before Christ. From these beautiful artistic objects were then created. Lapis lazuli was considered one of the finest grave goods by the ancient Egyptians, so this precious stone was incorporated into Tutankhamun's mask. In addition, the lapis lazuli was processed into color pigment. This was then used in painting and make-up.
How it works as a healing stone (history)
According to some traditions from antiquity, ancient India and China as well as the Incas, lapis lazuli was already widespread as a well-known healing stone. At that time it was said to have healing effects on epilepsy, skin diseases or gallbladder diseases. It was also used for potency problems.
Mode of action as a healing stone
In modern times, the fact that it promotes sincerity and credibility is dismissed. It helps with depression, anxiety and releases blockages. In addition, the lapis lazuli can ensure that you become more critical and discard negative habits. The mind becomes clearer with the help of this healing stone, concentration and intuition as well as self-confidence are increased.
Each gemstone is a natural product, including this one, for this reason the color, shape and natural markings of the product may differ from the sample images.
The healing powers are not scientifically proven. It is based on the experiences of users and therapists. If you have any doubts about your health, please consult a doctor.