The queen of the gemstones and the most powerful precious stone in the universe, Ruby is largely associated with love, attraction, and passion. It is worn and liked by almost everyone, particularly women. As the color of love is depicted as red, so is the color of this incredibly beautiful stone. The warm red color of Ruby gives the sense of vitality and verve.
Since times immemorial, Ruby has been considered as an undisputed monarch in the world of gemstones. Ruby is a rare stone; even transparent large sizes of Rubies are rarer than Diamonds. One can say that Ruby is a perfect stone as it contains everything that is required to carve a beautiful jewel out of it i.e. the ideal hardness, magnificence, splendid color, and outstanding radiance.
For a long period of almost 2000 years, the classical country of Ruby has been considered as India because of the splendor and luxury of the sovereignty. Ruby was the charm of the emperors and the elite class people in ancient India, which used to add more allure and glamour to their royalty.
Ruby adorns the insignia of a lot of imperial households in the world even today.
The Mogok valley in upper Myanmar is considered to be the major source of Ruby. This region is famous for the finest Rubies ever mined. The “Pigeon’s Blood” Ruby is the legacy of this area to the world.
Rubies have also been historically mined in the countries, like India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Thailand, and Cambodia. The lighter shades of Ruby, which are often termed as “Pink Sapphires” are mined chiefly in Sri Lanka.
Subsequent to the World War II, Ruby deposits were found in Tanzania, Vietnam, Madagascar, Nepal, and Tajikistan.
More recently, a number of deposits of larger Rubies are found in the ice shelves of Greenland.
The benefits and healing properties of Ruby that this “Queen of Gemstones” offers to its wearer are:
Ruby is considered as a bloodstone that helps in reinforcing heart, ventricles, coronaries, myocardium and regulates the flow of blood in the body. Being a bloodstone, it is also curative in menstrual troubles, PMS syndrome, and other gynecological issues.
Rubies are also regarded as beneficial for the treatment of sexual dysfunction, reproductive organs, impotence, infertility, and other such concerns.
Ruby is helpful in detoxifying the overall body, curing fever and infections. It stimulates the spleens, kidneys, and adrenals, and aids in the insufficient flow of blood in the body. Rubies may also help in weight loss management.
Ruby helps the person in getting rid of the relationships that hurt him in the past and motivates him to move on. It spreads the feeling of love in a person. It encourages a person to stay away from anguish, suffering, distress and instills in him the optimism and courageous state of mind.
Ruby also protects and sustains those who have extremely sensitive nature and deformed thinking about themselves. It lets the wearer overpower the fear of being ugly and unloved. It empowers the person the feeling and attitude of loving himself and his body.
Ruby takes out one from the darkness and connects him with the spiritual and physical energy that exists in the world. It kindles the feeling of “Following your Happiness”, and delivers lessons that can the attitude of the wearer towards his life.
Ruby supports in linking the energy field of the wearer to the Earth for the purpose of restocking his energy. It is outstanding for grounding and surmounting mental burden, and hence acts as a great support in the times of stress.
Ruby is basically meant to enlighten the Base Chakra, stimulating the life-force energy in the body. It makes one’s ability and desires strong, and helps in the activation of the Kundalini power.
The root chakra or the base chakra at the bottom of the spine controls the kinesthetic movement and feeling. It is the foundation with which the body feels its spiritual and physical energy in the body. When the balance of the base chakra is out, it results in lethargy, low levels of energy, and less enthusiasm. When the Base Chakra is in equilibrium, the physical body resumes its vigor and endurance, and the spiritual energy in the body is reawakened in the form of safety and feeling of self-confidence.
Ruby is the birthstone for the people who are born in July..
Types of Rubies
Ruby Zoisite is a unique combination of Ruby in Zoisite crystal, which is also known as “Anyolite”. Anyolite has been derived from a Masai word “any” meaning green. Tanzania is the only source for this unique type of specimen. This combination is filled highly with black hornblende minerals and is in amazing colors of red and green.
Depending on the primary constituent, Ruby-Zoisite can vary in terms of pattern, hardness, and color. The hardness of this amazing amalgamation of stone is in between 6.5 to 7, on Moh’s scale of hardness. However, Ruby has a hardness of 9. In today’s modern world, Ruby in Zoisite is regarded as the most colorful gemstone and is also affordable.
Ruby in Zoisite has the healing power of both Zoisite and Ruby. It enhances the physic abilities in the wearer, amplifies spirituality, and aids in communication with the heavenly bodies. It prevents mood swings and keeps the wearer away from the situations where he/she can over-react.
Ruby in Zoisite can help cure problems allied with the reproductive organs and fertility, in both the genders. It is most cooperative after a miscarriage or hysterectomy. Ruby in Zoisite is also useful in combating infections caused by bacteria.
Ruby in Fuchsite is an exquisite blend of natural crystals of Ruby entrenched in pallid to medium green Fuchsite. Amazing in itself, Ruby in Fuchsite unites the qualities of both Ruby and Fuchsite and is a perfect heart stone. Ruby Fuchsite helps in clearing blockages of the Heart Chakra and fills it with optimistic energies. Ruby and Fuchsite mutually make a dominant combination. Ruby in Fuchsite is known especially for balancing and stimulating intuitive powers, and it can also bring a lot of cures in problems, like social issues, stress, physical health, and lifestyle.
Being the stone of the heart, it helps in connecting the mind with the heart. Moreover, it helps in averting hesitation in the wearer from speaking in public.
The red color that Ruby exhibits is because of the presence of chromium in it. This marvellous stone has derived its name from “Ruber”, which means red in Latin. The other varieties of corundum are Sapphires. Among the four precious stones of the world, Ruby is also the one other than Diamond, Emerald, and Sapphire.
Ruby weighs 9.0 on the Moh’s scale of mineral hardness. It is formed in bipyramidal, prismatic tabular or rhombohedral crystals and has a vitreous gleam. The most valuable Rubies that are found in the shades of bright and luminous red are known as, “Pigeon’s Blood”. All the natural Rubies have some or the other kind of impurities and inclusions of Rutile needles, like silk, into it.
If Rubies are cut in a cabochon, they display the rare cat’s eye or chatoyancy effect.
|Crystal Habit||Varies with locality. Terminated tabular hexagonal prisms.|
|Moh's scale (hardness)||9|
|Sources||Myanmar, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Thailand, and Cambodia|
|Color||Slightly Orangy Red To Strong Red, Slightly To Purplish Red, Brownish Red|
|Chakra Healing||Root or base chakra|
A Ruby is crimson to blood-red colored stone and is a variety of the mineral aluminium oxide, or corundum.
Primary Stone : RUBY
Model # M79779
Stone Weight : 5.63
Size (inch) : 2 1/8
Weight (Gms) 4.69
Primary Stone : RUBY QUARTZ
Model # D25850
Stone Weight : 3.47
Size (inch) : 7
Weight (Gms) 3.86
Primary Stone : Ruby rough
Model # M92362
Stone Weight : 19.23
Size (inch) : 1 5/8
Weight (Gms) 7.69
Primary Stone : RUBY
Model # M44094
Stone Weight : 57.20
Size (inch) : 17 - 18
Weight (Gms) 20.43
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