Aquamarine is in the same family as beryl or emerald and is most well-known for its incredible range of beautiful blue colors. The name means seawater in Latin and that’s where it derives from. Dark blue is the most desirable color for aquamarine. It is a very hard gemstone as well. Aquamarine seems to be only growing in popularity and is a more moderately priced stone. It is also the birthstone for March.
Aquamarine was used traditionally to purify water by the Romans. It is a conventionally soothing stone. It helps to keep your breathing tranquil and secure during stressful times.