In search of honey: Omani adventurer finds gemstone

The mountains of Oman contain many gemstones that attract attention with their attractive shapes and colors that nature has given them and qualities that distinguish them.

One of these examples in this aspect is the adventurer and traveler Saud bin Saif Al-Dhali, a resident of the Wilayat of Rustaq, who seeks with all his passion and strength to explore these hidden stones in the mountains of the state, especially the quartz stone. He is also greatly interested in Omani honey, whether in search or breeding.

Saud explained that his beginning in exploring gemstones was through the hiking that he does continuously in the mountains to search for mountain honey. (Quartz stone), and he added: Because I found “quartz stone,” I searched more for the sites where this type of stone is located and discovered that they are next to white stones, as I dug next to it using a nail and hammer until I reached the quartz stone and then I discovered The mountains have veins and at the end of each vein are these stones.

Saud Al-Dhuhli pointed out that gem stones in general are used in many fields, noting: I personally use them in the manufacture of types of medals, as well as as masterpieces in offices and councils, depending on their size. When I find a type of these stones, I clean them with a brush and water only.

On the physical effect of gemstones on humans, Al-Dhuhli replied, saying: I asked a question through my accounts in social media programs, and opinions differed between supporters and opponents that gemstones affect humans physically, so the effect of energy varies from stone to stone, these stones use their energy in Water and while drinking the water has physical energy.

I started exploring and searching for precious stones in 2018, and I am still continuing to discover new sites for them, noting that he visited other mountains outside the Wilayat of Rustaq and found the agate stone on Masirah Island, said Saud Al-Dhuhli.

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