Metaphysical Guide

Garnet dates back to over 5,000 years ago when Ancient Egyptians appreciated their fiery beauty. Garnet gemstones were used extensively in jewellery for the pharaohs and were placed in Egyptian tombs to be enjoyed in the afterlife. Also known as the "Stone of Commitment", Garnet supports change and helps channel the flow of energy in a more constructive path. Red garnet gemstones are especially useful for psychic protection in the realm of spiritual healing

Newsflash: Garnets were traced all the way back to the Bronze Age, used by the treasured by Czechoslovakians. Ancient Romans traded the precious gemstones and carved the red mineral rocks into signet rings used to seal documents. Large garnet rocks were carved out to use as vessels that would hold up to a pint.