The turquoise stone is one of the most popular gems among people, which can be found in dark blue, light, or green colors, and the most valuable type of it is Neyshabur Turquoise.
As you know, there are beautiful and expensive stones in the world that many people use in the form of jewelry such as rings, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, etc.
Although many of these gemstones are ancient, turquoise has been in fashion for all ages and times and has its own fans because it has magnetic beauty that attracts people to wear turquoise. It attracts rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, etc.
Using stones such as turquoise, agate, ruby, and emerald in the form of a ring is not without benefits. Each of these types of stones has different benefits and characteristics, and using them brings many benefits and advantages for humans.
For example, there are many stories about turquoise stone.
The first narration: In the book of Allameh Majlisi, it is narrated from the Holy Prophet (PBUH): Whoever looks at turquoise once a day, it will be revealed to him five times in heaven.
The second narration: The first gift God gave to the Holy Prophet (PBUH) in the Hara cave was a turquoise stone given to him through Gabriel.
In some narrations, the properties of the turquoise stone are categorized as follows:
- It causes a lack of need and distance from poverty
- It is effective for creating a child
- It is effective in answering prayers
- It is the factor of conquest and victory
- Removes pain from sight
- It opens the chest
- It increases the strength of the heart
- It fulfills the needs.
We have also discussed the properties of this precious stone in detail and you can find out about the properties of this precious stone.
This precious stone is more popular among people than other stones and has significant popularity.
How the turquoise stone came to be
Turquoise is most often found in copper deposits in sterile and relatively low-water environments. This stone is formed in places where the amount of copper in the area is high. This stone is formed due to the effect of copper-containing surface solutions on A1203-rich and phosphorus-rich rocks, and sometimes also due to the impact of copper-containing surface solutions on animal bone fossils.