What is Ceylon Gomedh Gemstone? How often to change Ceylon Gomed Stone?
The Gomed Stone or the Gomedh Gemstone is the Gemstone of the planet Rahu as per Vedic Astrology and is also called as the Hessonite Garnet in English. A powerful stone that should be recommended only after a thorough analysis of the astrological chart as Rahu by character is a very malefic planet and Rahu periods are often accompanied by sudden unforeseen and unexpected events that may unsettle or startle an individual.
What is Ceylon Gomed Stone?
The Island country of Sri Lanka for thousands of years has been a traditional source of many precious and semi precious gemstones. This country was officially called as Ceylon since the year 1972. The Gomedh gemstone originating from Ceylon-Sri Lanka is called as the Ceylon Gomedh or the Siloni Gomedh wherein the term “Ceylon” is used as an identification tag for citing the origin of the gemstone. Traditionally Gemologists concur that Hessonites from Ceylon are one of the finest especially if they have the coveted colour that is often referred to as the Cinnamon Colour.
How often to Change the Ceylon Gomed Gemstone?
For the best and optimum results it advised that one changes the Gomedh Gemstone every 3 years. After 3 years the Gemstone loses it potency and a new Hessonite should be worn for Rahu powers. Some individuals use this as an excuse for deferring their gem therapy citing that if one has to change the gemstone so often then what’s the use of spending money and so on?
We have seen that if a Gemstone in totality satisfies all parameters of being a true Jyotish Gemstone and is actually advised in the horoscope after proper analysis it delivers several benefits that far surpass the financial investment in purchasing the gemstone. If fact if money were the only criteria a true Gemstone recovers its cost and many times over it within 1 day to 1 year of wearing it.
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Gemstoneuniverse.com Table Natural Hessonite Gemstone Facts
Gemstone Natural Hessonite
Weight 3.36 carats
Origin Ceylon / Srilanka
Planetary Energy Rahu
Patron Location Bangalore/India
All inclusive Price $ 168.099/ INR 10370 (Why)
Gemologists Notes for the Talisman Featured today:
Featured today is a round Hessonite all of 3.36 carats set in Silver pendant. The first feature that draws attention is the intently saturated Cinnamon colour with a bright lustrous fire within. All natural, untreated with a high clarity of 95% and above the pendant has a lot of esoteric significance. The gemstone has double coiling of silver around it just as the snake of the Kundalini at rest- Rahu is the head of the snake and Ketu is the tail. Free from any flaws as listed in the sacred texts this gemstone shall deliver the promised results that only Jyotish Gemstones are capable of.
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