The use of tiger's eye stone, which is from the quartz family, dates back to ancient times. Tiger's eye, which was preferred in many cultures in the past for its healing properties and silky beauty, was embroidered on the helmets and armor of soldiers in Ancient Rome, believing that it was protective. In ancient Egyptian mythology, it was associated with Sekhmet, the goddess of war and destruction, and was used as a talisman and amulet. In recent times, the use of tiger's eye began in the 1800s. Tiger eye, attributed to South Africa, took its place in mineralogy in 1873 with the efforts of German mineralogist Wilbel. Today, it is still a preferred stone for jewelry, prayer beads and as an ornamental object in places. It is a stone with a lot of healing.
Tiger's eye is the stone of independence. Its color is yellow with brown stripes. It has a glassy, iridescent and silky appearance. Tiger eye stone increases the sense of ownership. In addition, it is good for insomnia and gives mental calmness. It gives ease of focus and courage to the people who carry it.
Chakras: Forehead, Solar plexus
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It represents Virgo, Scorpio and Sagittarius.