COLOR : shades of Brown






About Jasper

  • Jasper is a very nourishing, warm and protective stone
  • In ancient times it was believed that it drive away evil spirits and protect against snake and spider bites.
  • Jasper is mainly used as worry stone.
  • Jasper helps increasing confidence and courage to those people who have fear of embarrassing themselves when speaking in public.
  • It was known as a warrior’s stone.
  • There are many types of jasper:
  • 1.Ocean Jasper
    2.Red Jasper
    3.Yellow Jasper
    4.Leopord Skin Jasper
    5.Piccasso Jasper
    6.picture jasper




  • Jasper helps a person to boost Positivity.
  • It also protects the wearer from bad and negative energies.
  • It clears both electromagnetic and environmental pollution.
  • Jasper is a supremely nurturing stone that provides support during times of stress and protection by absorbing and cleansing negative energy.
  • Jasper imparts determination, conclusiveness, and organization. It aids us in completing projects and in transforming our ideas into actions.



Healing Properties

  • Jasper stones are usually red their healing properties are focused on the blood and related organs, such as the heart and liver.
  • This Stone Helps to radiate energy from universe and execute the positive energy to the wearer, Hence the person who wears it is enthusiastic and has a taste for living.
  • Jasper is one of the most healing stones of nature which heals the body, heart and soul.
  • jasper helps professionals to progress in their career, it also helps them to upgrade their stamina and to boost their existing capabilities.



  • A simple small stone or pebble should work, though you could get it set in a necklace to be able to wear it on your skin at all times.
  • Jasper is used for its beauty and wonderful varieties.
  • Jasper is primarily used today as ornamental jewelry; however it comes in large enough sizes that it can also be used to create sculptures or tobacco boxes.
  • Jasper is generally an inexpensive gemstone when used in jewelry. It is cut and polished into cabochons, and used as beads for necklaces and bracelets. It is also carved into cameos which can be worn as pendants.




  • Jasper is common and found worldwide. Important deposits exist in India, Russia, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Egypt, Madagascar, Australia, Brazil, Venezuela, Uruguay and the United States (Oregon, Idaho, Washington, California, Arizona, Arkansas, and Texas).


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