Breast Cancer Warrior bracelet made with the strength of Rose Quartz, Rhodochrosite, Watermelon Tourmaline, Selenite and Lava Rock, The pink ribbon charm represents cancer awareness and support. Handmade with love.
Our wish is that by wearing this bracelet you will experience relief and healing energy, and remind you that you are being prayed for every day.
May wearing this bracelet bring you relief and healing energy, and also remind you that you are being prayed for every day.
- Rose Quartz is known as a healing crystal and the stone of unconditional love.
- Rhodochrosite promotes calmness in stressful situations and is used to boost immunity of the body.
- Watermelon Tourmaline helps in treating cancer and other cell growth imbalances.
- Selenite purifies your body with the healing from it's beautiful white light.
- Lava Rock can absorb your favorite essential oils; the scent will last all day on the volcanic lava stone beads of this bracelet. The smell of the oil, aromatherapy, helps with meditating and stress relief. The bracelet feels cool in your hands to calm anxiety or stress.
YOU WILL RECEIVE:
• One bracelet with .3 inch (8 mm) natural beads and black lava rock beads on high quality stretch cord.
• Information card and Instructions
• The bracelet comes in a kraft brown jewelry box wrapped with jute twine
READY TO GIFT - beautifully packaged and ready to gift.
HOW DO I USE DIFFUSER BRACELETS TO DIFFUSE ESSENTIAL OILS?
The diffuser bracelet is perfect for diffusing essential oils. Add 1-2 drops of your favorite essential oil to the black lava rock beads. Once applied, give time for the oils to dry and absorb before wearing them. Once the oils have dried, you can wear your bracelet and enjoy the benefits of essential oils. Reapply as needed.
You will receive a similar bracelet, but because each stone bead is unique, there could slight variations in color, texture, and size. Please add a note to your order with any specific requests, and we will do our best to fill it from the stock available.
The beads used on every piece are handpicked. We make sure that each bracelet includes a range of the natural colors found in the stone. It is not guaranteed to look exactly the same as shown in pictures but we promise it will be gorgeous!
in 1991 when a breast cancer survivor by the name of Charlotte Haley began sending out peach colored ribbons to raise awareness of the terrible disease and the limited federal funding that was being allocated to battle it. These ribbons picked up on a trend that had started when yellow ribbons had been used to show support for troops and red ribbons which had become a symbol of the AIDS movement.
At roughly the same time, the Susan G. Komen Foundation had been handing out pink visors to folks who were participating in their Race For A Cure events. This pink color was then picked up by Self Magazine who ran their inaugural Breast Cancer Awareness Month issue in 1991. The magazine teamed up with Estee Lauder to hand out over 1 million pink ribbons in the first year alone and a symbol was born. The publishers of the magazine did reach out to Ms. Haley who decided not to participate in their efforts because of the commercial viability of the magazine.
The color pink, which is a very specific shade called “150 Pink” was decided on for it’s symbolizing of calming, playfulness, quieting, and life affirming characteristics.
The ribbon is a symbol of awareness and support. It was originally used in the early mid-1900s in a United States military marching song. The song “Tie a Yellow Ribbon”, inspired the wife of a hostage held in Iran from 1979-1981 to use the yellow ribbon to show support for hostages and to remind others of their service to their country. Later, during the Gulf War, the symbol evolved into a reminder of all men and women serving the country abroad.
The information we provide, and the healing properties attributed to a crystal gemstone are based on an understanding of the metaphysical qualities of the gemstone. The information should be taken as exciting and somewhat factual. The stones should not be an alternative for professional medical advice.