January - The Garnet
Admired for its beautiful raspberry undertones, garnet is considered a sacred stone by Native Americans. Symbol of strength, courage and love, it was also worn as a protective talisman.
February - Amethyst
This stone with purple undertones is a symbol of harmony and inner peace. Traditionally recognized for its soothing virtues, it would calm fears and dispel nightmares.
Mars - Aquamarine
A luminous blue stone reminiscent of seawater, aquamarine is said to be a source of clarity, truth and integrity.
April - The Diamond
It is the ancient Greeks who gave the name of diamond by calling it " adamas ", which means "invincible" because they believed diamonds were shards of stars that fell to earth. It symbolizes strength, courage and invincibility.
May - The Emerald
Admired for its vibrant green, emerald is said to be the bearer of love, courage and healing.
June - La Perle
Admired for its softness and pearly reflections, the pearl was the symbol of love and femininity in ancient Greece.
July - Le Rubis
A flamboyantly colored stone, the ruby symbolizes the radiance and radiance of the heart, passion and courage.
August - Le Péridot
Peridot, with a bright olive green, is traditionally recognized for its balancing properties. It would relieve tension, stress and emotional overload.
September - The Sapphire
The sapphire shines a deep blue. Legend has it that it would protect against evil spirits, and bring clarity and wisdom.
October - La Tourmaline
Tourmaline, with light pink reflections, is said to be a source of opening of the heart, softness and appeasement of emotions and fears.
November - La Citrine
Admired for its golden yellow, Citrine is said to bring energy, optimism and joie de vivre.
December - La Topaze
Blue Topaz would promote freedom of expression, openness and clarity of communication.