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  • Tracey Miles

    Top 10 Crystals for Fall

  • I.S. Mag

    "Amber stone" for wound healing, as well as for weight gain. This stone helps the Throat Chakra known for treating goiter.

  • The Sitota Collection

    Amber #luxury #travel #candles IMAGE CREDIT: http://imbriumbeach.com/

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