Did you know that garnets are not only red but of all colours? Some change colour, and there is even a blue garnet. What separates the main species is ultimately in its chemical composition, namely whether calcium, or magnesium, or aluminium, or iron2 +, or iron3 +, or chromium, or manganese or titanium are present, offering us the beautiful chromatic variety that you can see in the photo.
Garnet (from the Latin “granatus”, meaning grain) refers to a group of minerals with crystalline habit consisting of dodecahedron and trapezohedron shapes. The various garnet varieties may incorporate multiple chemical elements in their structure, especially calcium, magnesium, aluminium, ferro2 + + ferro3, chromium, manganese and titanium. The brightness varies from vitreous to resin and may be transparent or opaque, depending on the presence of inclusions.
Pink Tourmaline, also known as Rubelite, due to the similarity of its colour to that of ruby, it is a top-rated stone. Both in jewellery and as a collection gem. In terms of symbolism, rubelite is known for being love's blessing, generating joy and enthusiasm for life. Invigorates the heart, attracts wisdom, strengthens willpower, activates creativity and fertility, protects the body from radiation exposure, attracts love and friendship.
It is the most common type of tourmaline, although the shades of green vary widely from stone to stone, depending on their intensity and transparency. It is considered a healing stone, capable of purifying and strengthening the nervous system and spiritual strength. It balances at all levels: it calms the brain, the mind, the nerves, and boosts confidence. Rubbing the stone helps to eliminate stress and to "open" the heart.