Gemstones & Crystals from Black Owned Brands

Assorted gemstones and crystals such as jade, amethyst, and rose quartz.
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The power of gemstones and crystals to heal is informed by those who attest to their effectiveness and ancient religions such as Buddhism. Scientific evidence suggests that it is the belief in their power that matters.  These beliefs can reduce stress, boost confidence, and complement traditional medical treatment.

In this post, we review raw gemstones and crystals from black owned brands.  Though gemstones are typically fashioned from crystals into jewelry, our focus is on individual crystals.  You can learn more about the uses and benefits of crystals through the references. 

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  • Karma Bliss offers an extensive selection of crystals that include sets for each zodiac sign, individual crystals, and crystals for anxiety.  

  • Nirvana Wild offers a selection of yoni eggs in rose quartz, African bloodstone, mahogany obsidian, and amethyst among others. 

  • Soul Shop offers a selection of crystals that include 7 and 10 piece sets, and stones sold individually. 

In reviewing these gemstones and crystals, I hope you find some that work for you.

Happy shopping!

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  1. Rekstis, Emily. “Healing crystals 101.” 2019, October 4.
  2. Leavy, Ashley. “Crystals and healing in the Buddhist tradition.”
  3. Marshall, Lisa.  “Can crystals heal?  Separating facets from facts.”  2016, January 18.

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