The meaning of ROSE QUARTZ: Healing properties of spiritual crystals

The Meaning of ROSE QUARTZ

Rose quartz is used for love and to create harmony in relationships. Known as the stone of love it supports unconditional love, particularly promoting self-love and deep inner feelings of worth and peace.

In the body

The rose quartz is used to heal the heart, remove toxic emotional blockages and replace them with nothing but peace and love. In a way it creates space for new, positive thoughts to aid the healing process. It is also one of the main stones used to aid depression and empower more feelings of self-love towards that person.

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How to make Goats milk and Honey soap: Homemade, organic and natural

So today I decided to give this a go and it was so easy and literally all it is, is ‘melt and pour’! I know this is the simplest method but hopefully I can use this to experiment with different fragrances. You can also add vitamins to this but I thought I would keep it easy considering it was my first attempt.

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What You Need

  • Melt and Pour Goats milk soap mix
  • Organic Honey
  • silicone Mould
  • Some colouring
  • Bowl and spoon

Step One

Use 0.5KG of Melt and Pour Goats milk Soap mix and cut into squares. Place into a bowl and melt down. You can either do this in the microwave or oven a pan of water on the hob.

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Step Two

Add the honey into the melted soap mix. Use 4 tablespoons of this depending on how strong you want this you made need slightly more or less. The quality of the honey you use will have an effect on the end fragrance. I used organic honey to keep this soap natural and also get the strong sweet smells.

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Step Three

Use the spoon to mix the honey and the Goats milk Soap mix in a bowl. Make sure you don’t let this mixture set as when I made this it set quite quickly.

Step Four

Pour the soap mix into your chosen mould. If you have lumps in the mixture (which you shouldn’t have) you can pour through a sieve into the mould.

Step Five

Leave anywhere between 30mins and 2hours for the soap to set in the mould. This will depend on how deep the mould. Once set, turn is out and leave for a further hour to harden.

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Natural Soaps: Homemade

New Beginnings

I am going to start making my own homemade soaps to see what health benefits I can gain from the natrual extracts of the earth.


Starting by using the ‘melt and pour’ method I am going to try out a range of fragrences to see if I can make a sweet smelling natural soap that can be used for a variety of illness. Hopefully I will expose our natural medicines and be able to turn them into something usable for everyone.

The ‘Melt and pour’ method is a simple start but I am hoping to build on this and experiment with more complex fragrences.

Can Healing Stones help?

Ever since my first exams I have been intrigued as to what powers healing stones have.

My family brought my first one on the run up to my exams hoping it would calm my anxiety symptoms. In all honesty I didn’t understand at the time what I was meant to do with this stone but now I want to find out what properties they may have.

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As a Student Paramedic I am a firm believer that medicines have a cause and effect on the body in a good way and can change someone’s situation from unlikely to survive into a much more comfortable zone. This addresses the physical aspects of illness but what about the mental healing of a person. This is something we are not taught and is classed as an alternative medicine; however, I am a firm believer that in conjunction with medical help, patients also need a strong mental force to aid healing.

I am interested in how this healing can be done in a spiritual way and what healing stones can do for someone who may need help.

TOP 5 Health Benefits of ARGAN OIL

Argan oil is produced from the kernels of the argan tree and is said to have many healing properties and alternative uses. Although some of these have never been scientifically proven it doesn’t mean these natural ingredients won’t work for you.


  1. Anti-inflammatory

Although argan oil has not been scientifically proven to treat skin conditions such as eczema or acne, its anti-inflammatory properties may be beneficial for those suffering with conditions such as this. It may be used to calm down the skin and reduce the pain and irritation.

  1. Moisturising the skin

Argan oil reduces oiliness of the skin through its sebum reducing capabilities. So for those who have naturally more oily skin this may be beneficial when used as a soap or scrub.

  1. Anti-oxidants

This is not supported by any major scientific proof and would need to be researched more however due to the anti-oxidant characteristics of argan oil it may decrease would healing times when taken in a tablet form. This could be especially useful oil for those who have a weakened immune system through either illness or harsh treatment, or for the elderly who may struggle to heal after injury.

  1. Anti-ageing

Argan oil has a property to increase the elasticity of the skin and therefore reduce the effects of ageing on the skin, making the skin feel light.

  1. Reduces stretch marks

Again, this healing technique is due to the increased elasticity of the skin and can be helpful to pregnant women where stretch marks are likely to feature. Rubbing directly onto the site on the skin is the most effective way to use obtain the oils through the skin