Ginger is commonly used for aid in digestion and circulation, but that isn’t all it helps get going! It’s great for also moving stuck emotions and manifestation work; it brings movement, power, vitality, passion, and forward movement with the fire of earth.
Garnet has been known for thousands of years. In Greek mythology, it is named for pomegranate seeds, and so it’s not only associated with the story of Persephone and Hades, but was also sacred to Hera, goddess of marriage! Garnet has a legacy with relationships and sexuality as a result. It’s considered an intense stone of willpower and vitality—but not only that confidence and charisma, but the ability to share of oneself and be generous as a result.