Gem Water & Elixirs

In prepping for gem water, I sterilize my Crystal Glass Pitchers and thoroughly cleanse my stones.

I place the pitchers upon a wooden or glass surface. During the daylight, I use the wooden surface to minimize the heat transferred into the water.

Gem Water Elixirs can be prepared by a given number of methods, most popular is 'Stone in Water'. This method calls for the stone to be placed in the pitcher. Afterwards, distilled water is slowly poured over the stone.

Another Gem Water Elixir preparation method is the 'Container Within a Container' method. This calls for the use of a second glass container within which to place the stones.

Another infusion method I use call for placing the stone to be infused in the center of my table. Immediately next to it, so that they are touching,

I place a Clear Quartz Crystal, Single Terminated. I then place the pitcher next to the Quartz. The point is touching the pitcher. I then slowly pour distilled water into the pitcher. The Clear Quartz Crystal Point is used as the agent to transfer and enhance the energy of the stone to be infused. 

Reasons some stones should not be placed in direct contact with the water:

1. Some stones ate toxic and can cause adverse reactions. Please review my "Caution"  category within the Crystal & Stone Index to learn which stones are toxic.

2. Some stones disintegrate in water.

3. Some stones may cause water to taste 'funny' to clients. This information would be acquired by the client tasting it. In these cases, I would highly recommend using the elixir in preserved form.