The Healing Crystals for Knee Problems

By Felicia Eisnnicher •  5 min read

Today, we’ll talk about problems of the knees, its causes, and the best crystals for healing knee problems.

Just like other joint problems, knee problems can be mechanical (sprain and dislocation), degenerative phenomena (arthrosis), or inflammation (arthritis).

In cases of inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, infections of the synovial membranes play a critical role. Additionally, the presence and consequences in the joint of too much uric acid are gout and rheumatism. Meanwhile, arthrosis occurs as a consequence of inflammation, overstraining, and toxic waste deposition.

Due to the connection between physical and mental attitudes, most knee problems can be associated with factors such as assertiveness, ambition, pride, perseverance, humility, and devotion. Even if the problem appears to be pathological, such underlying causes should still be investigated and considered.

To cushion and protect yourself against certain types of injury or strain, the knee joint consists of 2 fibrous cartilage discs between the tibia (shin bone) and the femur (thigh bone). These discs are known as the outer and inner meniscus.

The sudden twists or movements of the bent knee (for instance, during sports or physical activity), or occupation pressure on the knee for several years (for instance with miners and floor layers), can cause damage and even tearing of these cartilage discs and can also lead to severe knee problems.

When knee problems manifest, the joint should be treated immediately upon the instruction and advice from a licensed doctor. This is crucial in order to avoid any permanent damage and addition, even stronger pains.

And once the cause has been clarified, the use of crystal therapy can provide an excellent support system, for the medically prescribed measures. Here are some of the best crystals for healing knee problems. 

Crystals For Healing Knee Problems


crystals for healing knee problems

Apatite is a potent stone that can help with arthrosis in your knee joints. This crystal encourages the regeneration of the damaged cartilage substance since its chemical composition is somewhat identical to that of human cartilage and bone.

Therefore, this crystal can also help in curing damage in the menisci. In addition, the green and blue varieties of apatite can also help in relieving arthritis, easing pain and discomfort immediately. On an emotional level, apatite can also help make us flexible and lively.

Bind or place a tumbled stone on your knee joint. Alternatively, you can take 5 – 9 drops of apatite gem essence for 3 – 5 times a day or prepare a 200 – 300ml of apatite water to be taken in small sips throughout the day.



Aragonite is useful for damages to the menisci. This potent crystal can help in easing pain and encouraging the regeneration of the affected cartilage discs.

The aragonite-calcite stones that are commercially sold as the onyx marble are also suitable for healing knee problems since they contain about 80 percent aragonite. On an emotional level, aragonite can help with strain and stress, especially when feelings of not being able to cope comes up with certain situations or tasks.

You simply need to place tumbled aragonite on the knee joint for long periods. In addition, you can take 5 – 9 drops of aragonite essence for 3 – 5 times a day or drink a 200 – 300ml of aragonite water to be taken in small sips throughout the day.



This crystal is known to help with arthrosis, sprains, rheumatism, and gout knee problems. Its vibrational energy can help dissolve deposits in the knees and regenerating the cartilage and menisci. For the healing of menisci, biotite-lenses is best combined with aragonite and apatite.

For emotional healing, this crystal can improve adaptability and flexibility without compromising your beliefs. You simply place this crystal on your knee or fix them there with a bandage.


crystals for healing knee problems

Pyrites help in relieving pain and discomfort in association with knee problems. In addition, this crystal also helps in cleansing the joint while improving the effectiveness of other crystals.

You simply need to place pyrite directly on the tender knee or fizzing them to the knee with a cotton cloth wrap. Take note, however, that it is best to avoid contact between perspiration and pyrites for long periods. This is because the iron sulfide compounds that make up pyrites may irritate sensitive skin.

Pink Tourmaline

Pink Torumaline

The pink variety of tourmaline can help with knee problems since it stimulates the energy flow through the joint that’s needed for healing. Not only that, but this crystal also helps relieve inflammation in cases of arthritis and prevents the formation of arthrosis. Pink tourmaline furthers commitment to something and flexibility.

Simply place or fix a pink tourmaline crystal or a polished lengthwise stone on the knee. Alternatively, you can also take 5 – 7 drops of pink tourmaline gem essence for 3 – 5 times a day. Further, prepare a 200 – 300 ml of pink tourmaline water that you can take in small sips throughout the day.

Final Thoughts

While the above-mentioned crystals can definitely help heal knee problems, take note, that nothing replaces consulting a qualified medical practitioner for the proper diagnosis and treatment of any knee problems. In addition, less strenuous physical activity and enough rest should be implemented in order to encourage faster healing of the knees.

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Felicia Eisnnicher

I am the Lead Author and Editor at Gemstagram. I am responsible for creating and editing content about the power of gems and crystals. I also teach about self-knowing, self-understanding and personal empowerment through numerology. My mission is to help people understand the power of gems and crystals, and how they can use that power to improve their lives. I believe that by understanding ourselves better, we can become more empowered individuals who are able to create our own destiny.

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