Hessonite, or "cinnamon stone" is a popular variety of grossular. The name derives from the Ancient Greek: Hessan meaning inferior, which is an allusion to its lower durability and lower density than other garnet varieties
Hessonite comes mainly from Sri Lanka and India, where it is found in placer deposits, though it is present in Brazil and California. In Greek and Roman cultures the stone was used for jewelry and engravings.
Hessonite is used to combat disorders such as insomnia, allergies, and, indigestion. Other issues are alleviated by wearing Hessonite as it has an impact on stress and anxiety. It encourages good health and has the ability to regulate appetite. Hessonite is a gem that helps one remember and appreciate his value, fostering a considerable degree of self-confidence.
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