Find Your Birthstone by Month and Astrological Sign

What Is My Birthstone?

Gemstones and precious metals are used as symbols and for many other purposes of life, starting from a birthstone. They not only bring glamour to you but also define you, your birth and your identity and also believed to bring you luck and also the power of healing. Birthstone is one such stone that defines you, which represents the month a person’s birth. It is often decided based on the month’s you are born, alternatively, it could also be decided based on the season you were born, your zodiac sign, your guardian angel, the apostle’s name you share, an hour of birth and day of the week you were born. One can also have multiple birthstones, as the alternative to the traditional birthstones as Contemporary birthstones, Mystical birthstones, Ayurvedic birthstones, Vedic Gemstones and Alternative birthstones.

Use of birthstones is believed to have come into existence through the old testament of the bible. The new testament discusses 12 foundation stones, which are used to symbolize the twelve apostles. These can also be traced from the book of Exodus, in the old testament of the Bible, where the breastplate of Aaron, brother of Moses, was encrusted with the twelve foundation stones that represent 12 tribes of Israel and the same is currently linked to the 12 months of the calendar.

Even though some say that Birthstones are used to define a person and his traits, many use Birthstones based on the belief that it brings fortune and healing power. This belief is complemented with another belief that precious and semi-precious gemstones have absorbed the energy of the earth, which could give them healing and magical powers. Ancient and religious leaders have worn birthstones to attain spiritual guidance and protection and some has even worn all 12 stones during battles to protect them.

The narrowest of the criteria in deciding your birthstone would be the four seasons of the year. Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter are the four seasons of a year and there are four precious Birthstones dedicated for each season. To start with, Spring season spans generally from mid-March to mid-June. It is also known as the season of renewal where trees begin to green-up and flowers start to blossom. Not only this, the season of Spring is also known as the season of rebirth as animals such as birds, ducks and cows start to breed more and hibernated animals begin to be active. During Spring, the daylight starts to be longer compared to the previous season. The rain during the month of April is another sign of prosperity that makes Spring one of the best seasons of the year.


For infants born in January, the garnet is the best stone to symbolize their birthstone. This gorgeous rock, that is most commonly reddish but may be located in a assortment of different colors, represents peace, prosperity and decent health. Some say it even has the capability to provide the wearer everlasting happiness, wealth and health.
We state it is the ideal way to begin every year!
The term is derived from Latin “granatum” which signifies seed and can be called so due to the bead’s resemblance to the superbly reddish seeds of the pomegranate.

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For individuals with February birthdays, the amethyst makes a perfect birthstone. This month is often cold, dark and short for many people around the world, so the amethyst—which is often associated with qualities of peace, courage, and stability—is the right gem for individuals who need a little extra warmth and strength this time of year.

A beautiful purple quartz, the amethyst is an easily recognizable gem, but you may not know everything about it just yet! Take a look below to learn more about the amethyst.

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Diamonds the Birthstone of the Winter Season

Winter is the coolest season of the year that falls between Autumn and Spring. It spans between mid-December and mid-March. During this season, the daylight shortens while the night lasts long. Diamond is designated to be the birthstone of the season. It has derived its name from the Greek word adamas, which means something unconquerable.It is also the hardest substance on earth and also symbolizes the concept of indestructibility. Diamonds are believed to be found in India more than 3,000 years ago and ancient Hindus has believed diamonds are as powerful as the sparks of the lightning, for its ability to throw light and sparkle. Diamonds are one of the priciest precious stones and it is found mainly in South Africa, Botswana, Russia, Australia and also in Brazil, China, Siberia, India, and Canada. They are colorless, however, could be found in light yellow sapphireblue sapphireorange sapphiregreen sapphire and other shades when there are impurities.

Ancient Greek warriors have worn diamonds during battles where they believed that it helps their muscles to be strengthened and made them invincible. Other than the invincibility and durability, diamond also symbolizes purity and innocence. While ancient Romans considered diamonds to be parts of the outer rings of starts, ancient Greek considered diamonds to be tears of gods. Diamonds are believed to have healing properties. The wearer is considered to have clarity of thought and a peaceful mind. Diamonds are also known to attract power, strength, courage, goodness, purity, harmony, faithfulness, imagination, self-respect, good relationships and pure love. In a nutshell, wearing a diamond would develop inner peace in the wearer and help refrain from negativities. As a healing agent, diamonds are believed to be remedies for leukemia, cardiovascular disease, skeletal problems and many other. It is also used for balancing the metabolism in the human body and also to improve eyesight.


Both stones are totally different from each other in lookhowever, they share the same symbolism of protective or enhancing the health of the user.
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For those lucky to be born in Aprthe foremost prized gem of all is their birthstone. For this month, diamonds actually is a girl’s best friend.

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Emerald the Birthstone of the Spring Season

With the spirit of renewal and greenery during the spring, Emeralds are assigned to be the birthstone of the season, which also means Green gemstone in Greek and old French. Emerald comes in green shades and often large in size compared to other precious stones, given the fact that it gives a better glow when the size is bigger. Emeralds are found in most parts of the world, especially in ColumbiaMadagascarZimbabweRussiaBrazil, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and India, where the finest comes from Columbia.These precious stones are valued more when their shades are darker. Emeralds are believed to be introduced or rather had come into existence through the Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs. They believed Emeralds were bestowed upon them in Spring by their gods for eternal youth. They are also used in Mummies with the belief that it protects the souls of the deceased. Emerald is also considered as a stone that brings good luck as they are found in the images of Isis, the Egyptian goddess and also worn in India as a Jewel that brings well being and good fortune.

Emerald enjoys a higher spiritual and sentimental value compared to most of the other precious stones as it symbolizes immortalityyouthpurity, truth and especially good luck and health. Seamen wear Emeralds with the belief that it calms the sea during the voyage and also worm by mothers and infants during and after pregnancy and childbirth. Emeralds are also known as an emblem of beauty as it is the favorite of all gemstones of the Greek goddesses. Emeralds are also used as a powerful token of one’s love life as it is believed to remain vibrant and dark if a couple loves each other unconditionally and to look lifeless and pale if one of the partners becomes unfaithful to the other.


May fall in the middle of spring the emerald white its amazing green color is the best gem to symbolize and May.
With its bright and beautiful green color, It is one of the four precious gems favored by kings and famous as a symbol of wealth.

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June is one of only two months that has three birthstones associated with it, giving the lucky people born in June a
choice of gemstones between pearl, alexandrite, and moonstone.June’s birthstones range from creamy-colored
opalescent pearl and moonstone to the rare color-changing alexandrite—one of the most valuable gems on earth.
With this spectrum of price points and color options, people with June birthdays can choose a beautiful gemstone to fit any mood or budget.

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Ruby the Birthstone of the Summer Season

Summer is followed by the season of Spring, which spans between mid-June and mid-September. The season is also known as the hottest and to be having longer daylight and short nights. For its temperature and the brightness of the Sun, Ruby is considered to be the birthstone of the season, for its redness. Further, the season is also known for the abundant supply of tomato, summer-ripe berries and watermelon, which again compliments to the redness of the season. Rubies come in shades of pink to blood red. It has derived its name from the Latin word ruber, which means red. Just as most of the gemstones and unlike diamonds, the value of a ruby is greater when the shade is darker. Best of the rubies are considered to be pigeon blood red rubies, which has a darker shade of red.Rubies are also considered to be the twin of sapphires as both are from the same mineral species called corundum. They are mainly found in Southeast Asia and Africa and the best of the Rubies are known to come from Myanmar as compared to the ones found in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Brazil, Madagascar, Mozambique and Kenya.

While rubies are recognized to bring lucky charm in China and the Southeast, the west considered rubies to be associated with love and passion. In general, rubies are considered to symbolize power, success, integrity, love, and passion and also worn as an armor to protect one from the evil. Most notably, Rubies are considered to be the King of gems.Ancient Hindus considered rubies to contain magical powers, hence worn by wealthy individuals and royalties who could afford the pricy pigeon blood rubies. Further, ancient kings have reportedly used Rubies in their armory and also used to wear them in their rings and crowns as it would help them make right decisions and in turn, bring them victory in the battlefields. Nowadays, rubies are believed to be worn during making decisions, especially on financial matters. The color red is trusted to bring good luck among the Asians, hence, importing of Rubies to China and other Asian countries could be dated back to 200 BC. Rubies are also laid along with foundation stones of houses as they are believed to bring good luck and charm.Glowing Rubies also symbolizes love and also believed that it enhances sexual arouse and activities.

Rubies have been used as a healing agent in the good old days as it is considered to be one of the remedies used for issues encountered in physical and mental health. There are also reports that rubies are prescribed by medical practitioners back in the day to cure problems associated with the liver. Rubies are also believed to enhance the function of the brain and heart, and also to sharpen the memory.

Autumn, also known as Fall is followed by the summer, which is considered to be the season of harvesting. The season will last during the period between mid-September to mid-December. Autumn falls between Summer and Winter and during this period, the summer heat begins to decline and also the leafs to fall from trees, leading to a colder weather during the latter part. With the abundant food, animals collect food during autumn to be prepared for the upcoming winter and also the animals with fur start to grow them thicker to be ready to combat the anticipated cold weather during winter.


Ruby, the king of precious gems, is the birthstone for fortunate folks born in July. Symbolic of the passion and energy associated with the color red, the vibrant ruby is said to bring love and success.

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We have a birthday present for those born in August: the stunning spinel has been added to your month’s birthstone lineup! August now joins June and December as the only months represented by three gems.

The original birthstone for August was Sardonyx, and then peridot was added, becoming August’s primary gem. Now spinel adds its multitude of color choices!

Learn more about August’s diverse birthstones by exploring below:

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Sapphire the Birthstone of the Autumn Season

Sapphire is designated as the birthstone of the Autumn and it derives its name from the Latin word Safir, which means beloved of Saturn. Sri Lanka is known for the best Sapphires in the world while they can also be found in Thailand and Australia and other parts of the world. Blue Sapphire can be found in the crowns of the number of royalties from the past and the Ten Commandments in the bible were considered to be in tablets of sapphire. Sapphire symbolizes solidarity, dependability, loyalty, and sincerity. Many scholars now believe a blue sapphire was used in the ring of King Solomon. Sapphire mainly comes in blue and considered as one of the priciest precious stones. The stone is regarded as one of the best as sapphires have always been prized high since 800 BC and also Ancient Persian rulers have believed to be said that the blueness of the sky is due to the reflection of Sapphire stones.

Sapphire stones have always been used by ancient kings and religious leaders for power and defense from evil and harm. The Sinhalese believe that star sapphire is one of the strongest guards against witchcraft. Star sapphire is also known for good fortune as Sir Richard Francis Burton, the great orient traveler had a star sapphire that always brought him good horses and attention wherever he traveled. The sapphire is also known as a symbol of piety, repentance, and chastity as it is also considered as the symbol of heaven. It is also believed to bring wisdom and help understand justice to the wearer. The wearer of a sapphire is believed to be motivated to seek knowledge at all times, suppress negative thoughts and it promotes a sincere life. The stone is also used as a natural ailment as it is believed to have curing powers for many diseases. The wearer of a sapphire is also believed to be protected from hidden dangers that one may have to face.


September’s birthstone is the sapphire—a precious gem of wisdom, loyalty, and nobility. This stone is said to focus the mind, encourage self-discipline and channel higher powers.

When people say “sapphire,” they’re usually referring to the royal blue variety of this gem, although it can occur in all colors of the rainbow (except red, which is classified as ruby instead).

This lovely gem gives September-born babies a full spectrum of options when choosing the shade of birthstone that best represents them.

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Individuals born in October get to choose between two birthstones—tourmaline and opal. Each gem then unveils nearly limitless possibilities, as each one comes in a rainbow of shades and color combinations.

In fact, both of October’s birthstones came to earth through a journey involving rainbows, according to legend.

Between tourmaline (whose color depends on trace elements in its chemical makeup) and opal (which diffracts light to show a play of multiple colors), October’s birthstones offer a full spectrum of gems to suit anyone’s personal tastes.



Individuals born in November can choose between two sunny gemstones to brighten up this chilly month. November’s birthstones, topaz and citrine, are both known for their calming energies, bringing warmth and fortune to those who wear them.

Topaz and citrine look so similar, in fact, that they’ve often been mistaken for one another throughout history. They are actually unrelated minerals, and topaz occurs in a wide spectrum of colors far beyond yellow.

Both of November’s birthstones are fairly abundant and affordably priced, even in large sizes, which means everyone can find a way to fit topaz and citrine into their budget.

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December’s birthstones offer three ways to fight the winter blues: tanzanite, zircon, and turquoise – all of them, appropriately, best known for beautiful shades of blue.

These gems range from the oldest on earth (zircon) to one of the first mined and used in jewelry (turquoise), to one of the most recently discovered (tanzanite).

All of these stones are relatively inexpensive, but their beauty rivals even precious gems. Colorless zircon is a convincing replacement for diamond, tanzanite often substitutes sapphire, and turquoise is unmatched in its hue of robin’s egg blue.

Whatever your style preference or budget, one of December’s three birthstones will match your true blue desires.

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