Aquamarine is also associated with tranquility, serenity, clarity, and harmony. As the first of the spring birthstones, the sea blue crystal represents transformation and rebirth. It embodies youthful vitality, purity, loyalty, hope, and truth.
Of course, aquamarine must possess all the healing qualities of the seas. As such, some believe it holds the power to heal the oceans, as well as the land.
The Ancient Egyptians wore aquamarine carved as animals to preserve their vital energy, warding off premature demise. Ancient Romans wore aquamarine amulets to cure laziness and procrastination, as well as for protection.
In addition, they used the blue-green crystal as a visual aid for those with eyesight impairment. Indeed, rumors abound that Emperor Nero used them to improve his sight.
Scent A blend of lemon, geranium, lavender, grapefruit, and rose.