Strawberry Quartz

- Natural Pink Quartz is used to activate and regulate your Heart Chakra (also known as Anahata or your Fourth Chakra) so that you may be more open to love and less jaded by previous experiences. Strawberry quartz is used for maintaining or adding a cute innocence to loving relationships who have lost its initial luster. In addition to the generic healing properties of Quartz, Strawberry Quartz stimulates the heart energy centre, filling ones total person with the feeling of love and with the euphoria of the true loving environment. Wearing Strawberry Quartz increases the carrier's charm and heals the wound of love affairs by reinstilling trust. They are most often found in Russia and in neighboring regions such as Kazakhstan, as well as Brazil. Gemologists use the term "sagenitic quartz" to refer to transparent colorless quartz containing needlelike crystals of rutile. Quartz with red inclusions of iron oxide is more rarely found, and is often sold under the name strawberry quartz or "red fire" quartz. Fruit quartz is the general trade term for a group of colorful, translucent materials that are individually known by names such as "cherry quartz," "blueberry quartz," "strawberry quartz, "kiwi quartz," "pineapple quartz," and so on.
Wrist / Ankle Measurement
- It is important for us to make your bracelet or anklet to fit exactly where you want it.-
(*For anklet buyers, you may measure your ankle just the same way as you measure your wrists.) 
Measuring around your wrist or ankle is different than measuring a bracelet or anklet from end to end lengthwise.
Please note: Different bead sizes affect the the measurement of your bracelet lengthwise. Regardless of bead size, the inside circumference of your bracelet is all the same. 

Here's how to measure your wrist: Wrap around your wrist using a thin flexible measuring tape, and measure where you would like to wear your bracelet
*No need to add extra length. We add close to a 1/4 inch to each bracelet for your comfort.




NO MEASURING TAPE?
No problem!

If you don't have a flexible measuring tape handy, you may use a strip of thin paper or a thin string (be sure they are thin). Wrap and mark where it overlaps on your wrist, and then lay the strip or string flat to measure up to the mark using a standard ruler.