The pearl is an organic gemstone and grows inside live oysters.

One of the oldest gemstones, astrologers link the pearl to the moon. This is the angel stone, and some say that the pearl was born when a drop of rain fell from heaven and became a part of the oyster, and others say that the pearl signifies the passage of angels through heaven’s clouds. Pearls are also called “teardrops of the moon.”

Over time, the pearl has become the symbol of purity and innocence, so it is often sewn into bridal gowns or worn as jewelry by the bride.

Pearl is a birthstone of many months: February, April, June, July, and November, and for the Zodiac signs of Gemini and Cancer.

Pearls are thought to have a variety of crystal-healing properties. Some of these include:

  1. Soothing and calming: Pearls are often associated with tranquility and peacefulness and are believed to help calm the mind and emotions.

  2. Enhancing inner wisdom: Pearls are said to help tap into one’s inner wisdom and intuition, encouraging self-discovery and personal growth.

  3. Promoting emotional balance: Pearls are thought to help balance emotions and bring a sense of calm and stability to the wearer.

  4. Enhancing creativity: Some people believe that pearls can help stimulate creativity and inspire new ideas.

  5. Enhancing femininity: Pearls are often associated with femininity and grace and are believed to help women tap into their innate beauty and grace.

  6. Helping with digestion: Pearls are sometimes used to help with digestion and other digestive issues.

  7. Helping with fertility: Some people believe that pearls can help improve fertility and enhance the chances of conception.

  8. Enhancing the skin: Pearls are believed to have anti-aging properties and may help improve the appearance of the skin.

The angel stone

Teardrops of the moon