Jade stone is sometimes referred to as the stone of luck or the stone of happiness. Jade (pounamu) is a gemstone in Maori history and therefore has a long tradition of being gifted to other people. Throughout history, it has been used to seal bonds; whether for friendship, relationships, peace, or to show gratitude and gratitude. When it comes to good fortune and luck, there's nothing like green jade.
Jade is a type of stone known for its healing properties, and it is believed that by rolling the jade roller over the skin, it can help increase circulation, promote collagen production and reduce inflammation. Wearing jade bracelets or pendants could be another way to use the stone if you don't want to meditate or put the stones in your house. That's why jade statues are often used in feng shui, and that's why babies from Asian cultures are often given jade bracelets when they're born. As it is a terrestrial stone, an authentic jade pendant or bracelet makes us feel more grounded and connected to the earth, which gives us a sense of stability and security.