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Apache Tear Polished Stone SMALL [RACAPTRPOL-SM]


Apache Tears tumbled stones are wonderful in relieving grief and sadness, and assist in giving and accepting forgiveness. Apache Tear healing crystal can help release negative emotions and they also can balance our emotional state. Apache Tear gemstones are good luck stones, said to bring good luck to anyone who has one. They are excellent meditaton tools, especially for clarifying issues and gaining insight. Apache Tears are a gently grounding stone.  In the physical realm, Apache Tears crystals are said to alleviate muscle spasms, cramps and eliminate toxins from the body. Associated with the base chakra. Give an Apache Tear to a friend or loved one is to give them GOOD LUCK to carry with them forever.

These apache tear polished stones look black as night until you hold them to the light and see how translucent they are. They are a deep shiny black stone.

The Legend of the Apache Tear stone says that One day a party of Apache Indians were ambushed by an enemy tribe. The Apaches fought bravely but were greatly outnumbered and driven to the top of a high bluff. Their arrows gone and unable to fight and unwilling to be taken captive, they lept from the cliffs to their death. Their women were understandably grief-stricken and wept over the bodies. Their teardrops froze when they hit the ground and became the lovely stones we know today as Apache Tears. It is said that whomever owns one of these stones will never cry again, for the Apache women shed enough tears already.

Apache Tear goes well with other grounding stones such as smokey quartz, black tourmaline, tektite and garnet. It also works well with moldavite.

You will receive one stone, size .5 to .75 inch


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Apache Tear Polished Stone SMALL

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 23 June, 2012.


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