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Ruby tumble stone min 20 grams.


Source: Found throughout the world predominantly in India, Madagascar, Russia, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Kenya, Mexico, Zimbabwe and Tanzania

Chakra: Heart, Base

Zodiac: Aries, Cancer, Leo, Scorpio, Sagittarius

General: Named from the Latin ruber meaning ‘red’, Ruby is one of the Vedic healing gems and a major protector for family and possessions being a powerful shield against psychic attack and vampirism of heart energy.  In years gone by it was fashioned into a specific shape, a cabochon or carbuncle, and Ruby is often referred to by this name in ancient lapidaries.  Ruby is one of the warning stones, said to darken when danger or illness threatens.  It imparts vigour to life but may overstimulate irritable people.  Ruby encourages passion for life, improving motivation and setting realistic goals.  This stone wants you to ‘follow your bliss’, promoting positive dreams and clear visualisation.  One of the stones of abundance, it aids in retaining wealth and passion.

Beneficial For: Claimed to be beneficial for dynamic leadership, courage, selflessness, heightened awareness, concentration, anger, enhanced immunity, sexual activity, exhaustion, lethargy, potency, vigour, hyperactivity, detoxification, blood and lymph, fevers, infectious disease, restricted blood flow, heart, spleen, circulatory system, adrenals, kidneys, and reproductive organs.1

Emotional Healing: Claimed to help the sharing of loving energy despite past hurt.  Reduces fear of the paranormal and evil. 

Practical Uses: Protects the home from fire and intruders.  Wear discreetly to stay safe at night.

Workplace: Increases profile and prosperity.2


  • Judy Hall, “The Encyclopedia of Crystals”, Bounty Books, London, 2015
  • Cassandra Eason, “The Complete Crystal Handbook”, Sterling Publishing, New York, 2010

Ruby tumble stones