June- The month of Pearl

June is dominant by Geminis who are loyal, faithful and great friends. But what also dominates the month of June is Gemini’s birthstone the Pearl.

“Who comes with summer to this earth
And owes to June her hour of birth
A pearl should wear against her skin
Who’s innocence many a heart shall win.”

Spring being a tough act to follow god created June, June brings in a sign of relief from the sunny days and marks the start of windy and rainy days. Pearl has some association with the water; it originates in the water and picks the rainy month of monsoon as its favourite month.

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Pearls are these subtle pieces of jewellery that one can adorn at any time of the year without thinking twice. They easily compliment any outfit that you are wearing and complete the entire look. Pearls have a contemporary touch to them, they flatter absolutely anyone wearing it, and they personify innocence and simplicity with their minimalist designs and patterns.

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The traditional properties for the June birthstone Pearl are modesty, chastity and purity. Pearl has a soothing effect on an individual and is a representation of the moon. It enhances peace of mind, and develops the power of concentration. A pearl renders the perfect balance to the human senses and enhance personal integrity.

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Originating from a grain of sand, Pearls have healing properties for health problems like heart, spleen, stomach, intestine and ulcer problems. Pearl also helps in resolving issues relating to insomnia and depression because of its mollifying properties . The continuous vibrating power of the moon is absorbed in an individual’s aura and narrows the negative energies.

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Pearls are available in sophisticated black, grey, chocolate and the familiar creamy-white colours. All the pearls sold in the retail market are cultured pearls. Freshwater, Tahitian and South Sea pearls are all cultured pearls. Round pearls almost always command the highest price, but many love the uniqueness of baroque and off-round pearls as well.

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And lastly, a fun tip for you this pearl season, to check if a pearl is real or imitation is the “Tooth Test”. Gently slide the pearl across the front of your teeth; if it feels smooth then it’s a fake, as real pearls feel gritty.

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