Jade has been revered by many cultures for its beauty, durability, and its presumed metaphysical properties, which include the ability to manifest various aspects of spirituality, as well as heal both the body and mind. The word Jade originally comes from the the Spanish expression, “piedra de ijada” which literally translates to “the stone of the side pain”, as Jade is believed by cultures in Central America for possessing restorative and cathartic qualities, particularly the digestive organs. The French translated this to “pierre de l’éjade”, eventually interpreted simply as “jade” in English. In China, Jade is popularly associated with several auspicious aspects of spirituality such as lu