All You Need To Know About Dulceleidy

For most of the period of pregnancy a woman undergoes a lot of pain and discomfort, and this is why many women prefer to speak about their pregnancy experiences in terms of Dulceleidy. In short, it is an ancient Irish fertility symbol that is also known as the “Love Stone”. It is supposed to bring health, happiness and sexual pleasure to women. In this article we will explain what it is all about and why it is one of the best gifts you can give to your love partner.

The word Dulcet literally means “a woman holding her stones”. In the case of the Woman who is pregnant, her body is filled with fluid, and it becomes very hard for her to hold anything in her hands. The natural secretions cannot be expelled and they form in the shape of a small solid mass outside the uterus. It is said to symbolize the woman’s ability to nourish her growing baby inside her womb. Some people have claimed that this stone will keep her healthy for the whole of the pregnancy.

Women hold their duchies in their arms for many days, signifying their strength, power and endurance during pregnancy. Another fascinating aspect about dulcumestones is that they are available in a wide variety of colors like pink, purple, yellow, white, grey, red etc. Every color represents a different attribute and every attribute represent a different quality of the woman. So if you are looking to gift a woman you know, consider gifting her a munchie or two! This is the best way to tell someone that you care about them.

There are several stories behind the origin of the dulconie. According to some stories, the dulconie was discovered by accident while a shepherdess was tending to her sheep. She noticed a small dark coloured stone hidden among her sheep’s wool. It took a while to find its origin as the stones come in various shades of purple and pink. It was assumed that this stone must have come from a mineral spring, hence the name dulculary, which means ‘of the stones’.

An alternative version of the story is that the duchies was found by the daughter of a nobleman. He took the stones to his doctor, who then told him that these stones were actually opals. Opals have a rainbow of colours and so it was reasoned that the balconies had been given birth to by opals, which would make them part of royalty. Thus the name dulceleidy is related to Opal, which is found in Australia. These stones are also available as opal birthstones and opal ovaries.

Many women hold balconies as it symbolizes fertility, love, strength and femininity. It is therefore said that a pregnant woman should wear dulcums all the time to ward off jealousy. Also, wearing the stone brings happiness and joy into the world for the mother. The birthstone is also believed to bring health to both sexes and increase happiness, prosperity.