Turquoise stone

     Turquoise is a precious gemstone used by ancient Chinese, Egyptians and Indians to protect against unnatural and catastrophic death. It is said that wearing turquoise jewelry increases one's wisdom, trust, compassion and understanding. The traditional turquoise stone can be distinguished by three main points:
    Color, turquoise, and body. Turquoise is one of the most precious stones that pose a great challenge for traders to produce it because it has different colors and patterns that decorate the stone in different ways that are difficult to imitate. Even in nature there are not many identical and similar turquoise stones. We present to you in this article the most important methods and methods reveal fake and real turquoise stones.

    Distinguish between original or fake turquoise stone:

    Turquoise is a type of metal that is found only near the places where copper and three other minerals are; aluminum, phosphorus, and water. 

    The original turquoise can be identified by the color and the stone's hardness, which depend heavily on the metals that formed on it. The color ranges from light green to turquoise blue

    The turquoise can be distinguished by the colors and patterns on it. Turquoise is characterized by clear blue azaleas with white, yellow, or brown dots or lines. 

    The color depends on the type of stone or metal on which the turquoise is made, so these patterns are distinctive and difficult to make. Companies without seem to be manufactured.

    The most common method of making turquoise is by dyeing plastic parts in blue or green and then coloring them in different colors. 

    To detect this type, it can be rubbed with warm water or left in water for a period of time until the color is dyed.

    You should always deal with well-known jewelers in this medium, and do not fall into the net of scammers who lure people to buy precious stones at lower prices than on the market.

    One of the easiest ways one can detect turquoise is by breaking part of it to reveal the core of the stone.

     If the pulp is white, it means that it is fake and is a piece of colored plastic, but if it is blue or green, that means it is real. 

    At this point, it is important to note that the core of the stone is full and not only that part of the tip is broken, because traders are paying attention to this point and they are painting several layers of the counterfeit piece so as not to discover the counterfeit stone.

    Benefits of turquoise stone:

     The benefits of this stone are the health and therapeutic benefits of the human body. Most of its components are copper phosphate. Copper is one of the most useful minerals for arthritis patients.

    Tumor gland, a gland that represents one of the most important parts of the immune system in the body.
    Gain self-confidence.
    Balancing heart energies.
    Support for the immune system, reducing joint inflammation, such as: rheumatoid, and stiffness of the cartilage of the knee. 
    Useful for sight.
    Anti-kidney stones.
    Stomach tonic.
    Prevents excessive gonorrhea.
    Wizard for stuttering.
    Calming the nerves,
    It has a psychological effect.
    Grant of courage and courage.
    A Wizard for whitening the pupil.

    A recent French scientific study on blue turquoise stone has revealed that this stone has the ability to protect against negative thoughts, which increases the ability to control and control anger. The study reported that turquoise stone has an anti-toxic effect and raises sugar and cholesterol levels in the blood; Protects the membranes of the eye, nose and mucus, and the best ways to wear it are as a bracelet or a necklace for patients.

    How to use turquoise stone from common ways of making use of turquoise stone What comes:

    Grind the turquoise stone and drink; to cure scorpion bite. 
    Mix turquoise stone powder with honey and drink; to help break up kidney stones.
     Seizure with turquoise stone powder; to stop excessive tear gonorrhea in the eye.

    Places spread turquoise stone:

    The turquoise stone is spread in Iran, and is home to the mountains of Iran (Nishapur). The Nisaburi turquoise is the finest turquoise, and turquoise is also available in Sinai and America.

    Cases of turquoise stone There are some cases where the use of turquoise stone, such as:

    Cases of extreme fear, sadness, and depression.
    Cases of epilepsy.
    Scorpion Bulldogitis is an anti-toxin.
    Eliminates eye pain when staring at it for a long time.
    Deviation of the eye.
     Cases of intestinal laziness.

    The names of turquoise stone:

    The word "turquoise" means "turquoise", meaning "stone of Turkey", because it is the "stone of the eye". Was transferred via Turkey to Europe, also called several names, including:

    The stone of optimism.
     The stone of ignorance.
    Stone is also called the world by European research Pliny.
    The muffins; as the ancient Egyptians called it. Oudonolite.
    Cirrhosis is also known in Iraq.

    Turquoise Stone Colors:

    For the turquoise stone many colors according to the elements in the composition; copper earns blue, and iron earns the green color, but if combined copper and iron impurities together give it the color of the sea is the color blue (turquoise), and there are other colors gradient of the original blue, Greenish, apple green, and cyan.

    Characteristics of turquoise stone:

    There are many characteristics that distinguish turquoise stone, and we will review some of these characteristics and features:

    The presence of turquoise stone is rare.
     Turquoise stone is composed of aluminum phosphate metal containing copper water.
    Turquoise stone crystals take three-fold forms.
     The turquoise stone comes in greenish blue or grayish green, and sometimes comes in light green.
     Use turquoise stone since ancient times to make ornaments.
    Turquoise stone is abundant in Iran, one of the richest countries in the world.
    Turquoise stone is found in the sedimentary rocks formed in the surface crust of the earth.

    How to Care for Gems:

    A number of measures can be taken to preserve and take care of the precious stone that a person possesses.
    Use a toothbrush, water and soap to clean the precious stone from dust and dust on it. Do not expose the gems to boil as this will cause great harm to them.
     Try to avoid hitting the gemstone with anything so as not to be scratched.
     Preserve the precious stone from loss by not wearing it during the exercise or hiking.

    اسامة السالمي
    writer and blogger, founder of lazord jewelry .

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