The Different Color Sapphires Gems, and Healing with Yellow Sapphires

A natural color blue sapphire is a gemstone grown naturally in the ground and mines in many regions of the world, such as Central and East Asia, Africa, Australia and the state of Montana in the United States (USA). However, one of the rarest gemstones is the Blue Kashmir Sapphires, which are velvety blue in color and honed its name in the 1800’s from the sapphire mines in the Kashmir region of India.

Pink sapphires and its hues of basic colors like Madagascar pink and Burmese pink (i.e., a category of color red) sapphires can be treated with heat, but natural sapphires, of course, are best recommended by The Natural Sapphire Company. The rarest gemstone is named after colors in the flower Lotus blossom, Padparadscha sapphires. These sapphires are a breathtaking spring color scheme of pink and orange mixture, and have become a high demand similar to blue sapphires.

Uniqueness of sapphires is that these gems are available in many beautiful colors from dark and light tones of blues and pinks to greens, violets and purples, and whites, browns, and star sapphires. Green sapphires are uncommon, which makes this gemstone a rare color in sapphires, therefore, green sapphires have a one of a kind appearance on its own. Green sapphires can be found in mines throughout the state of Montana in the USA, Australia, and one of the largest islands in the world, Madagascar in Africa as well as Tanzania in the African continent. In addition, green sapphires can be found in the country island of Sri Lanka in South Asia where 98 percent of yellow sapphires, such as canary yellow sapphire, come from.

In fact, The Natural Sapphire Company supplies all natural, untreated pure yellow sapphires to astrologist to use on clients for Vedic astrological reasons. Two to three carats of pure, untreated yellow sapphires is not only known as an aliment remedy to empower and strengthen an individual’s spiritual growth, but also used for curing those who may suffer from either blood or immune disorders, respiratory issues, or depression and financial issues such as poverty, even liver problems.