Crystals and Minerals

Rose Quartz: Folklore, Associations, Healing & Magickal Uses

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By Morningbird

Pink crystalline masses found in India, Madagascar, and Brazil.

History and Folklore

Ares wounded Adonis in combat.

As Aphrodite rushed to the side of Adonis, her lover, she caught herself on a thorn.

Blood from the lovers dripped on clear crystal and stained it pink as a lasting symbol of their love.

Associations

Traditions

Excellent for mediators and health workers.

Healing and Magickal Uses

Body

Eases pain and tension. Helps with detoxing. Good for the complexion.

Mind

Eases stress, fear, grief, and anger. Placed beneath a crib, it will sooth a fretful or restless child. Good stone for animals especially those from a rescue facility.

Magick

Protects against intrusion and others anger or spite. Protects from nightmares. Good for fertility magick. Can be used in peace magick for war torn areas of the earth.

Care and Cleansing

Sunlight will fade it. Cleanse often with sage smoke or tea. Bury in the Earth and then rinse several times with rose water to recharge.

Written by Morningbird & Witchipedia Team

I have been practicing magick alone and with family and friends for over 30 years. As a founder and lead writer on Witchipedia, I’ve been publishing articles since 2006.

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2 thoughts on “Rose Quartz: Folklore, Associations, Healing & Magickal Uses”

    • This depends on the purpose. For crystal wands, you want a point but I can’t think of any other reason why a polished stone wouldn’t work.

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