Modern research has shown us that jade is renowned for its benefits to health as it has different mineral elements, including zinc, magnesium, iron and copper. Wearing and using jewelry (such as jade bracelets, necklaces, finger rings, jade pillow seats and other jade products) is not only beautiful and practical, but when it's constantly moving against your skin and acupuncture points, it can clear the meridians and help to enhance blood circulation so as to prevent and treat diseases and conserve health. It is believed that it is very useful as an amulet.
Did you know that jade is alive? The normal temperature of the human body is about 37 degrees centigrade and this constant temperature can change the molecular motion of jade. Jade articles become clearer and smoother after a long time of wearing them. This is why we call people dependent on jade and jade dependent on people.
It's normal for jadeite jade to be cloudy and their patterns are unique to each piece. Due to the lipophilicity, the jadeite jade is nourished by the oils in the owner's perspiration and it can also be exceedingly beneficial to keep jade close to your skin.
Of course, wearing jade is rich in aesthetics. How do you choose jade jewelry? We recommend wearing the Zi Jade of Lantian and Hetian Jade. It originates from underwater and is very beneficial to human breathing and temperature.
"Jade is alive" means someone was never without jade. Over time you may find it's alive, has warmth, is wet or resonates with your thoughts. Yes, this is entirely possible. The human body is a constant temperature regulator... the green silkiness of the jade will grow deeper and more intense depending on the temperature. There is also a range of subtler shifts for the background color of some varieties of jade. In other words, for humans, jade is their second life force.
In a traditional way, jade is of two types: soft jade, known as nephrite, which is native to China and hard jade, known as jadeite, which was imported from Burma starting in the 1200's. Jadeite is much harder than nephrite. Jade's value is determined by its color, so the uniformity of the emerald color will cause it to have a higher value. According to the ancient history of jade, fine jade in Chinese refers to nephrite and is also called true jade. Examples of this jade are white jade, gray jade, green jade and dark jade. It is clear that the two kinds of jade contrast their different attributes... the hard jade does not have a great deal of variety, but the nephrite in some indefinable way is spiritual. This is how jade speaks to us. The value of the jade is dependent on its physical properties and because of these properties people put a high value on jade.