I am frequently asked if gemstones really have health-promoting qualities or is it a lot of hocus pocus and woo woo. After all, we have no mountain of science to substantiate these claims - at least what we Westerners consider to be "valid science." Yet, gemstones and crystals have been used for millennia for healing purposes across the globe. If there were nothing to this, I'd expect the practice would have been abandoned long ago.
When people ask me if EMF jewelry really works, I have a long answer and a short answer. The short answer is, I don’t know! There is no way for me to objectively test it out. I am not an expert. The long answer is, there are as many explanations as there are people offering an explanation.
My background is in the sciences. Thirty years ago, I would have called all of this stone healing stuff rubbish. But over the last few decades, I’ve realized that the more I learn about the world, the more I appreciate the expansiveness of what we don’t know—and how arrogant we would be if we claimed to have it all figured out. Western science is helpful but not the end-all, be-all.
I have created my EMF jewelry based on information gathered from experts in the crystal healing arts—people who know far more than I about these matters. What I can tell you is that many people with EMF sensitivity report feeling better in the presence of certain stones and crystals. These folks are exquisitely sensitive to the electromagnetic soup surrounding us today. Based on my own experience and that of others, I’m a believer.
My recommendation to you? Put a few stones in your hand and decide for yourself!