Watermelon Tourmaline: Rainbow Tourmaline

The watermelon tourmaline is a rare variety that displays three different colors in the same crystal – green (the skin of the watermelon), pink (the sweet fruit) and white (the rind). As in the gem stone ametrine, the colors of the watermelon tourmaline occur 100% naturally. This is a rare occurrence in nature.

Colors: multicolored bands of pink, green and purple

Uses: For inner peace, harmony, balancing and energizing body, mind and spirit, polarity work, and problem-solving. Watermelon tourmaline encourages regeneration of the nerves, helps with paralysis and multiple sclerosis.

Star Sign: Virgo
Planet: Mercury
Element: Earth
Chakra: Heart

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TIPS FOR WATERMELON TOURMALINE

Wear watermelon tourmaline to enhance discretion

Carry watermelon tourmaline to help you see the funny side of any situation

Place watermelon tourmaline around your home to encourage humor

Hold watermelon tourmaline to reduce nervousness

Meditate with watermelon tourmaline to connect with your higher self

Give watermelon tourmaline as a gift to promote love

Keep reversed watermelon tourmaline near you if you are thinking of traveling to help you set your plans in motion

Watermelon Tourmaline Specimens

COLORFUL WATERMELON TOURMALINE PROMOTES A FUN-FILLED LIFE

WHAT WATERMELON TOURMALINE CAN DO FOR YOU:

Attract love.

Balance the male and female energies within yourself

Remove imbalances (and guilt) caused by conflicts and confusions.

The green part feeds your life force, while the pink soothes and harmonizes.

There are several varieties of tourmaline that occur in various colors: red (rubellite), blue (indicolite), yellow, brown, green, pink, black (schorl), watermelon (green, pink, white), colorless or partly colored. It can also be an inclusion in quartz (tourmaline quartz).

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