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Ceyloni Gomed (6.25 ratti or 3.80 ct).....

Rs.5,000.0

Ceyloni Gomed (7.25 ratti or 4.35 ct).....

Rs.5,800.0

Ceyloni Gomed (8 ratti or 4. 70 ct).....

Rs.6,400.0

Ceyloni Gomed (8.25 ratti or 5 ct).....

Rs.6,600.0

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Rs.6,800.0
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Hessonite (Gomed)
Hessonite (Gomed) is an orange-brown semi-precious gemstone which has a very special place in Astrology.

Who Should Wear A Hessonite?
Hessonite or Gomed stone presents the planet Rahu. Rahu is a shadow planet. Although it is associated with Aquarius. Hessonite stone bestows wealth, success, power, fame, spirituality and good health upon its wearer.

Which Hessonite Stone Should I Buy?
The Hessonite gemstone should ideally weigh at least 1/10th carats of your body weight (60kg body weight = 6 carats stone).
The stone should have high clarity, mid to deep orange color and no chemical treatments.
For Astrological purpose, Ceylon Hessonites (Sri Lankan)  are considered the best.

Hessonite Benefits:

Hessonite represents the planet Rahu. Wearing a Hessonite gemstone can bring professional success, power and good health and removes psychological stress.
Hessonite strengthens the planet Rahu. People who have strong positioning of Rahu in their horoscope have great analytical and quick making decisions skills and can turn unfavorable situations to their advantage.
Rahu is a malefic planet, it creates confusion, indecision, hesitation and uncertainity in life. Wearing Gomed brings clarity to thoughts and removes mental pressure.
Medically, Hessonite is said to provide immunity level to its wearer.
Specifically, it is said to help in conditions of sinus, palpitation, fatigue and intestinal issues.

Hessonite Gemstone Price:

Hessonite stone price per carat depends upon its Weight (carat/ratti), treatments and quality (cut, color and clarity).
Natural Hessonite price in India is Rs. 125 – Rs. 4,600 per carat.
For Astrological purpose, Ceylonese Gomed gemstones with price Rs. 4,600 per carat are considered the most effective. The second best choice ranges between Rs 2,400/ct and Rs. 1,500/ct.
Hessonite stone price per carat can be converted into Gomed stone price per ratti by multiplying it by 0.6 (so, Rs. 10,000/ct = Rs. 6,000/ratti).
Hessonite stone price also depends upon where you buy from. For example, Ceylonese Hessonite stone price in India is between Rs. 450 per carat to Rs. 4,000 per carat depending upon quality.

Hessonite Quality:

The quality of Hessonite depends upon cut, color and clarity.
For Astrological purpose, quality depends mainly on color and only little on color.
The cut of Hessonite has only ornamental significance and not astrological.

Where should I Buy Natural Hessonite?

Be careful as many dealers sell treated or synthetic Gomed. Therefore, when you buy Hessonite online, ensure that you get a Lab Certificate of its authenticity from a Reputed Lab.
The seller should also have a clear Refund policy. You can buy Gomed online at Sairattan.in where the original Gomed stone are reasonable and quality, the best. We value your trust above anything else and provide a free lab certificate which ensures that your Hessonite (Gomed) gemstone is 100% natural.

Also, pay cash on delivery as we provide free shipping  for our products world wide. We also have a customer-friendly Return and Refund Policy.

Which Is The Best Substitute For Hessonite?


Natural Brown Garnet and Indian Hessonite are the best substitutes for Hessonite gemstone.
However, substitutes are astrologically less effective than the primary stone.

How To Wear Hessonite?

The first choice as the Metal for Hessonite should be Silver or Platinum. Astrologically, Gold, Panchdhatu etc should be avoided.

What Is The Procedure For Wearing Hessonite?

Hessonite is worn in the middle finger of the correct hand (right-hand for right-handed people and left-hand for left-handed people). It should be worn on Saturday evening during the Krishna Paksh (Waning Moon).    



Chemical Composition of Hessonite (Gomed):

Hessonite gemstone (garnet) also known as Gomed is also called the cinnamon stone as it was first discovered in Sri Lanka a land known for its species.

Chemical Formula

(Ca3 Al 2{SiO4}3)

Gravity

3.65

Refractive Index

1.742 – 1.748

Crystal System

Cubic

Hardness

7 (Moh’s Scale)

Polish Luster

Vitreous