Color of bangles have different Meanings
Bangles are most popular in Hindu women. They are worn in both hand and in groups. There are many colors are available in glass or in metal bangles. These all colors in bangles have their different meaning. So the meanings of colors are: Red color is for Energy or Love. Green color is for Luck.
Orange color gives Success. Blue color is for Tranquility or Wisdom. White color is for New Beginning/Purity. Purple color is for Independence. Yellow color gives Happiness. Black color is for Power/Strength. Silver color gives Strength or Purity. Gold color is for Fortune.
Male tendencies to uplift and strengthen by gemstones
The male sexual energy is not only for the actual act of love making but is a sense of expression that illuminates off of the man.
There are male and female tendencies that run through all of our bodies and by the man wearing this stone, it helps the male tendencies to uplift and strengthen its flow which brings out more of the male energy than that of the feminine energy that he has within his body. It makes him seem like he really knows who he is and this knowledge emanates all around him which makes him very intriguing.
Diamonds were believed to hold medicinal value
Diamonds were believed to hold medicinal value during the Dark Ages. Square cut diamonds add a modern touch to bands, pendants and drop earrings as well. There were instructions that those suffering illnesses or having wounds should hold a diamond in the hand. And then make a sign of the cross for healing. Some even believed that ingesting diamonds could assist in recovery and even a cure from various illnesses.
Brilliant square princess cut diamonds in engagement rings and diamond stud earrings are de-rigueur. As time progressed into the Middle Ages, diamonds were more often viewed as items of value rather than items of mystical healing powers. Square cut diamonds add a modern touch to bands, pendants and drop earrings as well. As a result of the growing demand and value of diamonds, mine owners began spreading rumors that diamonds were poisonous if swallowed.