This medal is one of the oldest and most honored medals used by Catholics and due to the belief in its power against evil is also known as the “devil-chasing medal.”
The Jubilee Medal of St. Benedict is recognized as a sacrament of great power, particularly for those seeking healing from illnesses and rejection of all that is evil.
As the medal is a prayer of exorcism against Satan, it is used to call down God’s blessing and protection upon us, through the intercession of the great saint.
There is indeed no medal that possesses such wonderful power and none so highly esteemed by the holy Church as the Medal of St. Benedict. Whosoever wears this medal with devotion, trusting to the life-giving power of the holy Cross and the merits of the holy Father St. Benedict, may expect the powerful protection of this great Patriarch in his spiritual and temporal needs.
Medal: Silver 9.25 + Master Stone, Hematite with brown cord.
Bracelet is adjustable: 6.6″-9.5″
Activation and Cleansing:
The cleansing process enhances the natural super power of the stones and helps each piece of jewelry communicate better with its future owner.
To keep in harmony with nature, your Basha jewelry needs to be energized before initial wearing and cleansed periodically.
Cleanse your bracelet in one of the following ways to keep the positive energy flowing:
1-Place your bracelet in a crystal clear glass of cool water and a pinch of sea salt for one minute.
2-Place your piece in the sunshine or full moonlight for one hour.
3-Rinse the stones in moving water for a few minutes. Whatever method you choose, remember that, the energy pattern of your body is completely unique as a finger print is; therefore, your bracelet must not be exchanged with anyone else.
Here you can find How To Choose which Basha Bracelet is best for you.
Each design is intended to empower the wearer with positive energy and to reflect the unique qualities of the person.
Find here how to care Basha Jewelry. Please note that all our pieces are crafted by hand and one-of-a-kind, and may therefore vary slightly in size, shape, and color.
The bracelet opens by pulling the beads closest to the lock in opposite directions and closes by pulling the small, dangling hematite beads in opposite directions.