Gem Water by Michael Gienger and Joachim Goebel takes using gemstones to the next level. As someone who has loved wearing gemstones and having them around my home, this is just the book I was looking for to use them in a whole new way.
“Adding crystals to water is both visually appealing and healthy. The water becomes infused with crystalline energy. Water contains minerals and Gem Waters provide effective remedies, acting quickly on a physical level. Taking Gem Water acts in a way, which is complimentary to the wearing of crystals, though the effects are not necessarily the same.” – Gem Water
This isn’t a large book, but it delivers a big dose of information on using gemstones in water. It covers everything you would need to know about how to prepare the Gem Water, and the importance of which crystals to use and which not to use. Some are poisonous to use, so be very careful and refer to this guide before using any crystals.
The second part in the book covers over 100 usable crystals and 34 mixtures with their effects. It is a very handy reference tool for making Gem Water. Once you read about which crystals to avoid, you could of course make your own mixtures and use them accordingly.
Overall, I think that this is the perfect book on making and using Gem Water. Everyone who uses crystals and gemstones should definitely read this book. I highly recommend it.
* Thank you to the publisher of Gem Water, Findhorn Press, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.