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Emerald Gemstone (Panna): Origins, Benefits and How to wear it

Vibrant and highly attractive, the Emerald gemstone holds a top-notch position amongst gemstone lovers. It ranks among amongst the Big Three (rubies, sapphires, and emeralds) in the world of colored gemstones.

Another popular characteristic that makes the Emerald (Panna) a class apart is its ruler Mercury, who is extensively followed in gem therapy. And one of the most effective ways to gain advantage from the energies of Mercury is to befriend this sparkling gemstone – The Emerald!

By wearing a carefully chosen panna stone, you are in for good luck and multifarious benefits. Renowned Astrologer and Gemologist Sundeep Kochar throws some light over the origins of emerald, benefits of wearing the gemstone and how to wear it.

Origins of Emerald gemstone

Emerald mining is almost exclusively done from host rocks, where the emerald has grown into small veins or on walls of cavities. Colombia is the international center of emerald mining. The Muzo Mine, northwest of Bogotá, produces fine-quality stones of a deep green color. The Chivor Mine, northeast of Bogotá, is another important deposit, and other locations promise additional successful mining results.

Brazil also has various emerald deposits in Bahia, Goias and Minas Gerais. The stones are lighter than the Colombian ones; mostly yellow-green and are often free of inclusions. Brazil also supplies rare emerald cat’s eyes and extremely rare emeralds with a six-ray star. Other countries with emerald deposits include Afghanistan, Australia (New South Wales and Western Australia), Ghana, India, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tanzania, Zambia and the United States (North Carolina).

Benefits of wearing Emerald

According to celebrity astrologer and gemologist Sundeep Kochar, emerald gemstone is respected in Vedic astrology due to its tremendous recuperating forces. “Emerald is interfaced with the Anahata (heart) chakra and is viewed as corrective for illnesses related to this chakra. Hence is particularly useful for outfitting profound energies and mend the issues identified with the psyche,” he suggests.

“Fundamentally, the planet Mercury legislates the knowledge and shrewdness of an individual and is connected with the skin, discourse and sensory system. It is connected with the attitude and insights of an individual and legislates his responses,” the celebrity astrologer adds.

A feeble Mercury in the horoscope can prompt various wellbeing issues, such as skin ailments, weakness in sensory system, anxiety, etc. “Wearing an emerald ring can sway the Mercury to a stronger state,” says Sundeep Kochar.

How to wear Emerald gemstone

Since the ruler of Emerald gemstone is Mercury, a strong planet, it is advisable to wear the gemstone following the proper procedure on a Wednesday, within the first hour of sunrise. As told by astrologer Sundeep Kochar, the stone should be put in a gold or silver ring on the little finger of the working hand.

Also, before wearing, the gemstone should be dipped into ‘Gangajal’ or cow milk for at least 10 minutes. This eradicates all impurities and negative aura (if any) contained by the gemstone, making it safe to wear. While wearing an emerald, one should recite the mantra, “Om Budhaye Namah”, thus invoking the planet Mercury (Budh).

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