If you’re interested in astrology, you’re probably already a fan of the bright and bold red coral gemstone.
Also referred to as a praval or moonga gemstone, the red coral gemstone is believed to play an important role in the astrological world.
It is said to enhance the energy of Mars, the royal god of war, in the horoscope.
Red coral gemstones are naturally formed deep underwater by marine creatures by the name of coral polyps.
9. Rhodolite garnet
Known as the “rose stone” in Greek, the rhodolite garnet is a mineral pyrope that is rose-pink, purplish, or red.
One of the finest garnets, it has several heartfelt meanings to match.
It’s said to help release love energy and support the base, heart, and crown chakras.
Interestingly, you can pick the rhodolite garnet out of rivers around the world.
These beauties are relatively more affordable than many other types of red gemstones, with a single carat typically priced around the one to three hundred dollar mark.
10. Red zircon
A semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family, red zircon is associated with helping people to attract positive relationships.
It’s also known for aiding those who possess it to evolve and eliminate passive energy.
The red zircon comes in a mesmerizing shade of reds, from more orange-heavy reds to true reds, to brown-reds.
Other red gemstones
While we could go on for hours about all of the beautiful red gemstones that are out there, we chose to focus only on our very favorite ones above.
Other red gemstones that you may wish to look further into include imperial topaz, almandine, pyrope garnet, star garnet, red quartz, red topaz, red sapphire, red spessartite garnet, almandine garnet, red agate, and red chalcedony.