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In the world of astronomy, Rakta Prabal is considered one of the most popular gems. Commonly known as “Red Rakta Prabal Gem” or “Moonga”, these vital gems are bright red in colour and organic. These are created in the depths of the sea, by coral polyps, and aquatic creatures.

Rakta Prabals are opaque, gems. Rakta Prabal is exceptionally tricky to distinguish. It takes a lot of eye practice to determine natural gems from artificial ones. With magnification, natural coral stone always displays the origin of the material. They have dark marks—actually holes—on them. Recognition of a natural coral demands a very comprehensive inspection. Rakta Prabal are highly expensive and is not always very clear. Artificial corals are frequently seen in markets getting advertised as authentic gems.

The richness of coral has never dwindled in human societies or civilizations. In Neolithic burials in Switzerland dating back to almost 8000 BC, Rakta Prabal relics were discovered. The Sumerian and Egyptian civilizations also had a lot of coral jewellery evidence, and it was worn approximately 3000 BC. So, it is safe to say that natural coral stone specimens are always quite popular throughout a wide range of civilizations.

What are the major perks of Rakta Prabal stone gold nuggets?

Rakta Prabal jewellery has been discovered in both ancient Egyptian and prehistoric European grave sites. The Victorian era saw a lot of popularity for them as well. In order to guard against demonic eyes that one could encounter after death, people in ancient Egypt used to place these precious Rakta Prabal within the tombs. Rakta Prabals have long been cherished and regarded to possess mystical abilities by members of many human settlements.

Rakta Prabals usually stand for knowledge, joy, modesty, and longevity. Ancient and modern India loves these Rakta Prabal as well. Gemstones are essential in Vedic astrology since each sign is ruled by one. These gemstones can end up making these planets more prosperous. Mars is the god of combat and the standard bearer of God's armies out of the planets in the solar system that make up our planetary hierarchy. Mars is the planet of strength, vitality, and ambition in the horoscope of a person.

The “moonga” stone aids in winning over opponents and enemies. Mars being the god of war, consequently gives out bravery to face opponents and hurdles and helps secure triumph for the individual. The Rakta Prabal enables individuals to conquer idleness and procrastination by enabling them the drive to see activities through to their rational ending. It assists in getting past bottlenecks. The Rakta Prabal impacts on psychological health is another important feature. It aids in overcoming symptoms of fatigue and depressive disorders because it is a powerful gemstone. It imparts vitality, strength, and hope. Astrologers claim that wearing Rakta Prabal on the ring finger also fosters confidence and aids in conquering fear and anxiety.

The remarkable healing properties of natural Rakta Prabal are among its primary pros. It is also claimed that it assists with facial eruptions, boils, acne, skin conditions, and blood purification, and guards and protects against cuts, bruises, and many other lesions and injuries. Folks whose readings possess an undesirable placement for Mars, which can cause temper problems, rage issues, and a lack of tolerance, may experience a substantial recovery in these circumstances after wearing verified natural Rakta Prabal Gemstones.

Varieties of Rakta Prabal

The two red valuable coral species that are most frequently used in jewellery are Corallium rubrum and Corallium japonicum. The majority of corals are calcareous coral, which is a biogenic gem material, meaning it came from a living thing.

Corallium rubrum: Rakta Prabal is the byproduct of a coralligene zoophyte and contains collagen, carbonate of lime, and iron oxide, which gives it its red colour. It was regarded as having "strengthening powers" in old science, in conjunction to being astringent , diuretic, and absorbent. It  is suitable for people with a disturbed temperament, the people who have a nervous cough. Most of the time, it produces coral-red outbursts that match its own colour. The palms of the hands have red dots that change colour from coral to deeper to coppery with time. The repercussions' surface is not flat. The cortical fabric of polyps, which rarely have a white or yellow tint and have a diameter of 0.15 cm, typically appears red in colour. The skeleton of the polyps is predominantly red in hue, with pink, dark, white, red, or black occurring less frequently. Some colonies are 20 cm tall, but overfishing causes the biggest specimens to vanish.

Corallium japonicum: The dark red to extremely dark Rakta Prabals, corallium japonicum, also go by the names Moro or Oxblood coral, and have an interior that is white along its length. The precious corals corallium rubrum and corallium japonicum can be distinguished from one another with a high degree of confidence using Ba and Pb concentrations determined by LA-ICP-MS. corallium rubrum coral has a greater Ba and Pb content than corallium japonicum (>6 and >0.2 ppm, respectively). Three polished Red coral cabochons with known provenance have successfully passed testing using this chemical fingerprinting technique. By separating corallium japonicum from corallium rubrum priceless corals, which are not listed on the CITES, this minimally harmful, reasonably priced, and simple-to-implement approach can aid in enforcing trade laws. Precious coral is a representative taxon of the vulnerable marine ecosystem due to its slow growth rate and long lifespan.   The coral fishery has become a bone of contention as a result of years of overfishing. Japanese red was used to estimate the growth rate and clarify the trace element uptake process in relation to the growth of the carbonate axis.

How valuable are these pretty gems?

Rakta Prabal, is the common name for a clade of marine corals. The striking feature of highly prized corals is their long-lasting and intensely coloured red or pink-orange skeleton, which is used to make jewellery. Rakta Prabal is currently worth $1,000+ per gramme. Depending on the method of treatment and the gemstone's tone, the price of an original Rakta Prabal stone can fluctuate from INR 250 ($3) to INR 2500 ($31) per carat. With little to no detectable internal features and boosting a spectrum of colours from pinks to oranges or a stunning crimson red, Rakta Prabal is a common choice for jewellery. Also regarded as more precious and fashionable are smooth cabochon cuts with few pits.

Why should you buy it from us?

We at Pmkk Gems, take a lot of precautions while handling our precious gemstones.

We offer free shipping throughout India and accept all kinds of cards. Our organisation has a state-of-the-art testing facility, where our skilled gemologists thoroughly inspect each and every product. Also, we create tailored options for designs, cutwork, and polish based on the diverse requirements of our clients. Our top-notch goods, distinctive designs, competitive pricing, prompt shipping, widespread distribution, and secure post-COVID delivery all contribute to our ability to maximise customer happiness. If you order a gemstone, we will need an advance payment of 10% for certification; the remaining balance can be paid when the stone is delivered. For Gold/Silver Jewelry, a 40% deposit is required upfront; only then may jewellery creation begin.

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