What are The Benefits of Wearing A Turquoise Stone?

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Green turquoise, also known as “turquoise”, is named for its “shape like pine ball, a color close to turquoise”. The English name Turquoise means Turkish stone. Turkey does not produce turquoise. It is said that the ancient Persian Turquoise was imported into Europe by Turkey. Before the Qing Dynasty in China, Turquoise was also called “Dinzi”. Light and elegant color, gorgeous turquoise is a traditional jade loved by people from all over the world. It has been worn and used for more than 5000 years. In the United States and other Western countries, people regard Turquoise as a sacred relic for demons, evil repellents and a symbol of good luck and happiness. Turquoise is also the birthstone of December in the Western calendar.

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Turquoise has a wide range of uses and mainly used to make jewelry, such as necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, etc. Businessmen carve Turquoise very delicately, which is very popular with the majority of women; minorities are also accustomed to using turquoise jewelry in their national costumes, one is to increase aesthetic feeling, the other is as a spiritual bailment; Turquoise can also be used as a paint; Ethnic minorities are especially good at using it as medicine; turquoise has always been the representative of success, everything goes smoothly, the meaning of victory; Turquoise also has the meaning of peace and auspiciousness; if you wear Turquoise for a long time, it also has the effect of clearing heat and defeating fire.
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How to maintain turquoise? Avoid chemicals as much as possible, but also avoid contact with dust and stains; avoid putting Turquoise in the high-temperature environment; try not to wear with other jewelry, to prevent knocking; Turquoise can be coated with a layer of paraffin to protect it.

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