In Which Finger to Wear White Coral as Per Vedic Astrology

In Which Finger to Wear White Coral as Per Vedic Astrology

Natural Organic White Corals from Italy

Natural Organic White Corals from Italy

The White Coral is a beautiful Organic Gem that is used in certain special planetary positions such as Mars in Cancer. It is a wonderful healing therapeutic Gemstone that has numerous benefits. Besides helping in cases of depression, diabetes mellitus, low self confidence it has a positive impact on the circulatory system.

Top 10 White Coral Benefits

In Which Finger to wear White Coral

The White coral should be worn in the ring finger. The ring finger represents the energies of the Sun. Sun is the king of the 9 planets that influence human destiny and Sun is a friend of Mars. The ring finger is known as Anamika in Hindi and Sanskrit.

New Lot of White Corals from Gemstoneuniverse:

Gemstoneuniverse is pleased to present the new lot of Organic White Corals for its patrons. Named as “Mahant” each White Coral of this lot:

Has a Pristine Top Quality White Shade without any other hues.

Highly polished domed cabochons with a mirror finish.

Full Bodied and instantly calming energies.

All Natural and Organic certified Coral.

The Origin is Italy.

Created in the sea by marine polyp.

Free from any dyes, fillers, wax

Are True Jyotish Gemstones

While picking gems for use in planetary gem therapy, Gemstoneuniverse makes sure that these gems are top of the line, displaying enviable clarity and features that set them apart! There are no compromises made on quality and even great looking natural gems are rejected, if they carry internal flaws (doshas) that could interfere with your gem therapy. We ensure that you get a 100% error free Gem therapy that delivers results.

Gemstone Certification and appraisal of these lots are complete and you can find them in the online White Coral inventory in the next 3 business days or earlier

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