Friday, January 30, 2015

Smoky Quartz


Rs: 1000

Stomach Problems Solution

Malachite gemstone is very helpful for stomach related diseases. 
Wear this stone on wednesday in silver ring and gave something (sadqa) on the sameday 
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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Emerald Gemstone

Emerald is a bright green color gemstone, which belongs to the beryl mineral family.
Emeralds are gem-quality specimens of the beryl mineral family with a rich, distinctly green color. They are found in metamorphic, igneous, and sedimentary rocks in few numbers of places worldwide.
It have been one of the most valuable gemstone for over 5000 years. Ancient civilizations in Africa, Asia, and South America independently discovered emeralds and made them their gemstone of highest esteem.
It is one of the “big three” gemstone in the world (Emerald, Sapphire, Ruby). Swat produces one of the best quality emeralds in the world.
Emerald’s Green Color
Beryl, the mineral of which emerald is a variety, has a chemical composition of Be3Al2(SiO3)6. When pure, beryl is colorless and known as "goshenite." Trace amounts of chromium or vanadium in the mineral cause it to develop a green color. Trace amounts of iron will tint emerald a bluish green or a yellowish green color depending upon its oxidation state.
Physical Properties of Emerald
Color
A distinctly green color that ranges between bluish green and slightly yellowish green. Stones with a light tone or a low saturation should be called "green beryl" instead of emerald.
Clarity
Almost every natural emerald has eye-visible characteristics that can be inclusions, surface-reaching fractures, or healed fractures.
Luster
Vitreous
Diaphaneity 
Transparent to translucent.
Cleavage      
One direction of imperfect cleavage.
Durability
Emerald is very hard, but almost all specimens have inclusions and surface-reaching fractures that compromise their durability
Mohs Hardness       
7.5 to 8
Specific Gravity       
2.7 to 2.8
Chemical Composition      
Be3Al2(SiO3)6
Emerald's green color is caused by trace amounts of chromium or vanadium.

Crystal System        
Hexagonal. Often as prismatic crystals.
           
Clarity
Emerald has a Mohs hardness of 7.5 to 8, which is normally a very good hardness for jewelry use. Even with that hardness, emerald has a durability issue. Most emerald contains numerous inclusions and surface-reaching fractures. These weaken the stone, cause it to be brittle, and make it subject to breakage.
This is an expected characteristic of emerald. It is rare to find an emerald that does not have inclusions and surface-reaching fractures that can be seen with the unaided eye. Under low magnification most emeralds are said to have a "garden" of these features.
Treatments
To improve appearance, most cut emeralds are treated with oils that enter the fractures and make them less obvious. Some are fracture-filled with resins or other materials. Although these treatments improve appearance, they generally do not improve the durability of the gem.
Geologic and Geographic Occurrence
Emerald is a rare form of beryl which is occur s in very small amounts in the Earth’s crust. Today, the following four countries are mostly involved in emerald production.
·         Colombia
·         Zambia
·         Brazil
·         Zimbabwe
Minor amounts of production or irregular production comes from Madagascar, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Canada, India, Russia, and a few other countries.
          Swat produces one of the best quality emeralds in the world.
Synthetic Emerald
The first synthetic emeralds were produced in the mid-1800s, but it was not until the 1930s that Carroll Chatham began producing emerald in commercial quantities.
Synthetic emeralds or so called lab-created emeralds have the same chemical composition, gravity and structure as natural. Compared to natural emeralds gemstone, the synthetics have superior clarity and a more uniform appearance than natural stones of equivalent cost. Many consumers purchase them for their attractive appearance at a lower cost.
Imitation Emeralds and Alternative Stones
"Imitations" are materials that have a similar appearance to natural gems and are used in their place. They are often manufactured specifically to serve as substitutes. Green glass, synthetic green spinel, green cubic zirconia, and green yttrium aluminum garnet are common imitations used in place of emerald.
Notice how some of the least expensive stones are free of eye-visible fractures and obvious inclusions, while costly emeralds have fractures and inclusions that are clearly visible with the unaided eye. Some people have such a high desire for "emerald" that they are willing to pay more for an emerald than for another green stone that is larger, cleaner, and more attractive. Buy what you like!
"Alternative stones" are other natural stones with a green color that are purchased by people who simply want a green gem or cannot afford emerald, so they prefer to use chrome diopside and chrome tourmaline and tsavorite garnet. Tsavorite garnet is wonderful green color gemstone. Dyed quartz can be a beautiful stone at a very low cost.
Spirtual Benefits of Emerald Stone
It is a symbol of peace and harmonious married life. It helps in developing good relation with children and creates unity in the family.
The stone has the ability to increase the power of reasoning and spirituality.
People having issues retaining wealth can benefit by his stone, as it is said to have the power to hold money with the wearer.
It is also helpful in following matters:
Education, fear of nightmares, evil spirits, promotion, for good talking and writing skills (lawyers, teachers, publishers, writers), for business success, seeking a government job, it improves memory and analytical abilities, helps in land dispute cases, creates lovely relations, bring good fortune in lottery, decreases the chances of getting bitten by snakes,
it decrease the pain and stress of a pregnant women, it also helpful for patients of insomnia, asthma, amnesia, cardiac problems, eye problems, paralysis, hypertension, meningitis, nerve problems, cancer of the mouth, breast and stomach, etc. However, a person suffering from any of the above mentioned health problems must definitely go for medical treatment, without simply relying on gemstone therapy.

Spiritual Benefits of Ruby Gemstone


Ruby is considered the stone of Royalty. Rubies support the development of courage and will power. It protected from fears and misfortune.
It is helpful for the persons trying to get a high position in the country. They protect the wearer from the deadly enemies, jealousy of others. It increases the managerial skills and initiative power.
It is believed that it strengthens the heart against poison and prevents headaches. It is helpful in restoring health after illness.

The ruby was also considered the emblem of devotion, and as such was permitted in the rings of bishops. It was held to foster the type of devotion which made it possible for the devotee to approach his God with his head up, not slavishly, as if afraid to lift his eyes.
Astrologers, artists, judges, gem experts, sculptors, architects, lawyers, and engineers can use rubies to support their work. Rubies also help cure learning problems.

Zambian Emerald



Zambian Emerald 
2.50ct
Rs: 5000

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Crystal Yellow Topaz Gemstone





Bismillah Gems
Beautiful crystal yellow topaz 
it is rare form of yellow topaz
1.80ct
rs: 4400
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Friday, January 2, 2015

Gemstones in Islam

As narrated by Hazrat Anas, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) had a silver gemstone ring and its stone was Abyssinian gem. (Muslim, Libas, 61). Some scholars said the stone was cornelian. As its mine was in Abyssinia, it was named so.

About Blood Stone

Bloodstone, or heliotrope, is green chalcedony with flecks of red due to the presence of iron oxide. Yellow or red jasper may also be present. It is found in china, Brazil, India, Australia and US.
History and Folklore:
Christian lore states that the blood of Christ dripped onto a green stone, thus creating bloodstone.
From ancient times it was considered a valuable stone for healing and banishment of negativity and it is said would guide people who were lost.
Associations:
Bloodstone is associated with the first chakra, the planet Mars, the element of fire and the zodiac signs Aries, Pisces and Scorpio.
It is the birthstone for March.
Benefits of Bloodstone:
Bloodstone is used to increase circulation of the energy through the body and release blockages.
It is said to increase immunity and to clean the blood and to halt excessive bleeding.

Placed on the thigh, bloodstone will ease the pain of childbirth and prevent hemorrhaging. Worn on the arm by a pregnant woman, bloodstone will help prevent miscarriage.

Worn on the arm by a warrior, it will help any wounds received during battle to stop bleeding quickly. It may also be worn on the breast to keep warriors feeling courageous and strong and to keep their moral high, even after grievous casualties.

Bloodstone is also used in spells to draw money or increase wealth, calm fears and anger and ensure victory in legal matters.



Wearing Gemstones is sunnah Nabvi (PBUH)

It is Sunnah to wear the ring with the gemstone turned outward to the back of the hand (zhahir al-kaff) since that is how Ibn `Abbas said the Prophet (upon him blessings and peace) wore it, and how Ibn `Abbas himself wore it, – on the smallest finger of his right hand – as narrated by Abu Dawud and al-Tirmidhi in their Sunan, and the latter said al-Bukhari told him it was a “hasan sahih” hadith.