Wearing Rings and the benefit of stones from an Islamic perspective.
The Prophet (s.a.w.) said to Imam ‘Ali (a.s.): “O ‘Ali, wear an agate ring and you will become among ‘those who are close’.” Imam ‘Ali (a.s.) asked: “O Messenger of Allah, and who are ‘those who are close’?” He said: “Gabriel and Michael.
Imam ‘Ali (a.s.) said: “O Messenger of Allah, what ring should I wear?”
He (s.a.w.) said: “A red agate, for it had confessed in the Oneness of Allah ta’ala, in my prophethood, and in your succession O ‘Ali, in your children as the Imams, in those who love you with heave, and the followers of your children with Firdaws.”
Imam al-Sadiq (a.s.) said: “I want every believer to wear five kinds of rings, in an agate, for it is the most sincere to Allah and to us…..”
It repels poverty. Imam al-Ridha (a.s.) has said: “The ‘agate repels poverty and wearing the ‘agate repels hypocrisy.”
It increases in rizq and sustenance: Imam al-Baqir (a.s.) said: “Whoever from among the followers of the progeny of Muhammad wears it, they will never see other than goodness, and expansion in sustenance.”
Increase in the reward of prayers: Imam al-Sadiq (a.s.) said: “Praying two rak’ahs with an ‘agate stone is equivalent to one thousand rak’ahs without it.”
Hirz Sharaf al-Shams:
This hirz is written on a Yellow agate stone. A talisman is written on it, and it is also called the ring of Solomon (a.s.). It can be written only 1 hour in a year.
It has many benefits, especially in repelling all kinds of evil. Protects from many things.
Repel of evil eye, increase in rizq, luck, sicknesses, nerve problems, muscle problems, back pains, strengthens lung, kidney, liver, etc.
Looking at it strengthens eye sight.
Putting it around the neck will cure sicknesses; strengthen voice tone, cures lung and breathing problems.
Brings success in everything, and prevents from dying a bad death.
Strengthens the heart, makes it more patient, relieves it of depression, stress, tension, mental and nerve problems, and it brings tranquility.
Repels negative energy, especially repelling evil eye and envy. It is similar to the ‘Aqiq, in that it helps in repelling all kinds of disasters and calamities, and it is considered an important Hirz in easing things and increasing income and rizq.
The Prophet (s.a.w.) said: “Allah the Almighty said: “Verily, I am shy from a servant who raises his hand has a turquoise ring on it and I reject his hand with disappointment.”
Imam al-Sadiq (a.s.) said: “Whoever wears a turquoise ring will never be poor.”
Red Yaqut, or Ruby:
Cures problems of the heart and blood, cleanses blood, prevents heart attack.
Red ruby strengthens the libido of both genders, cures problems of sterility, relieves menstrual pain, eases birth delivery. Brings respect among people, love and compassion.
Organises the body metabolism, strengthens the digestive system, cures liver problems. Brings energy to the soul, decreases spiritual fatigue, strengthens the intellect, helps sleeping and gets rid of bad dreams and nightmares.
Blue Yaqut, or Saphire:
Strengthens the nerve system, cures epilepsy, migraine, headaches, lack of sleep. Brings positivity.
Helps with rheumatism and joints,
Repels Heart sicknesses, eases the digestive system, cleanses the liver. Cures skin disease, especially eczema, scratching, etc.
Takes away grief, depression that comes from loneliness.
Repels envy and takes it away from your heart.
Makes your soul light, kind, generous and harmonious.
Prevents epilepsy, especially if there is a history of it in the family.
Controls the nerve system, and prevents all nerve problems. Cures blood clots, blocked veins, and blood problems. Relieves muscle pains, back pains, strengthens eye sight.
Strengthens digestive system. Repels magic, brings love and affection.
Very good for pregnant women, eases delivery.
The Prophet (s.a.w.) said: “Wearing an emerald ring repels poverty.”
A kind of Quartz.
One of the mustahab stones to wear in a ring. Wearing it is equivalent to a Hajj or Umrah pilgrimage.
The reward of looking at it is similar to the reward of looking at the Prophet (s.a.w.).
It repels evil.