As we change our standard of living our feelings change, that is the reason, a few gemstones will work differently on a similar individual in different conditions. These days the word “organic” is a shining star. Everyone wants to eat organic and to live an organic lifestyle.
Organic gems are made of biologically derived matter, such as pearls produced by oysters and by freshwater, and amber, a form of fossilized tree resin.
In fact, some countries like, Japan, India, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain were famous for pearl diving. Japanese pearl hunters have been diving without breathing equipment for around 2,000 years. In the Emirates, this is a tradition that has existed 1000 years ago when men used to go during summer times, with their fishing nets and the equipments’ needed to make very profound dives in search for precious pearls.
The Indian clairvoyant believes that pearls bring affluent and excellent fortunes. They embrace faith and friendliness to the wearer and they actually help in improving wellbeing too. Some people think that pearls protect from devious spirits. Cleopatra was said to dissolve pearls in vinegar and drink the mixture.
A pearl is an amazing, genuine and natural gemstone which is remarkably scarce and gets an enormous gauge of good luck and cheerful reports. Pearls definitely represent divine beauty and the wearer will always feel satisfied and at ease. It is a particular gemstone with rich properties, which promises a happy life ahead, full of affluence and welfare.
Natural pearls are rare and of high value. The best pearls are the size of chickpeas. And nobody likes green pearls. They do exist. But the market value is nowhere close the yellow/white/pink/ grey ones. South Sea pearls are most valued due to their size, Tahitian pearls are next. Some of Tahitian pearls are black. Akoya pearls are the least prized. These ones are commonly used.