Bloodstone

Bloodstone is one of the most popular gemstones today, and it has been gaining popularity since the Middle Ages when it was referred to as Heliotrope or Blood Jasper. Its blood-red colour made it seem like it was alive with blood, and from there, the name stuck. The stone’s colour even makes it seem like the gem itself is in pain, and because of this, many cultures have associated the stone with the concept of sacrifice.

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History of Bloodstone

As far back as 600 A.D., bloodstone was thought to protect against ailments of all kinds, and heal illness in animals as well as humans. A modern-day legend tells us that when a demon kills an innocent person, their blood turns into a red bloodstone. Furthermore, anyone who cuts themselves on its rough surface will immediately be healed. In ancient Greece, bloodstone was believed to be magical and it was used in many religious rituals due to its mystical powers. Similarly, in medieval times (and even today), it is thought that wearing a piece of Bloodstone jewellery would ward off bad dreams or nightmares while promoting peace and happiness.

Uses of Bloodstone

This is a stone of courage and vitality that has been revered for thousands of years. The Ancient Romans believed that if you drank from a cup carved from bloodstone, it would increase your blood's oxygen levels and give you added energy. It was also said to cure fever, liver disorders, headaches, and improve eyesight. Today bloodstone is used to boost energy levels, improve eyesight and strengthen veins.

Buying Guide for Bloodstone

For thousands of years, bloodstone has been one of humankind’s most beloved gemstones. It was prized as a talisman and valued for its deep green colour, which was thought to represent life and health. In fact, it was believed that holding onto a piece of bloodstone would improve one’s health, ward off illness and even stop bleeding. Despite its historical significance, however, not many people are familiar with what makes bloodstone so unique—let alone where it comes from or how to buy it. So what should you know about one of our earliest gemstones? We have everything you need to know about buying a bloodstone in our informative guide below!

Where to Buy Your Bloodstone

The best place to buy bloodstone is on a reputable online store. Pmkk Gems has a range of quality bloodstones in multiple shapes and sizes from around 3 carats to over 30 carats. All of our stones are top-quality, ethically sourced, genuine stones. We will never try to sell you fake bloodstones.

Also explore our best gemstones like Amethyst Stone, Garnet Stone, Amber Stone, Lapis, Aquamarine stone, and Many More. 

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