Gomedha represents Rahu, the ascending node of the moon. It's natural significations include worldly desires, worldly benefits, laziness, gratification, and ignorance. It is by nature unpredictable and creates sudden changes and influences, rigidity and passion. It is similar to Sani or Saturn in its nature and influence. Traditionally, rahu is known as the "head of the dragon".
It is used to counter the ill effect of Rahu which causes students to be disinterested in studies and wife struck with sickness or a restless mind. In all these situations Hessonite helps.
In the human physiology, rahu corresponds to the head of the caudate. The caudate is involved in the control of the saccadic eye movements (the abrupt short shifts of focus in the eyes). The caudate influences memory in relation to orientation in space. The caudate is responsible for our ability to change behavior patterns. It is used to counter the ill effect of Rahu which causes students to be disinterested in studies and wife struck with sickness or a restless mind. In all these situations Hessonite helps.
A good-quality hessonite, the gemstone of Rahu, is one that reflects a nice honey color.A pure and transparent hessonite having a delicate hue, brilliance, lustre, and uniform color neutralizes the evil effects of Rahu, and if Rahu is well posited it gives beneficial results during its major period and sub-periods, removes fear, creates clarity of mind, and helps spiritual growth.
Gomedha ensures the native safety and protection from deadliest of enemies. Gomedha bestows health, wealth and prosperity to its owner. A blemished gemstone is harmful for the wearer. The red coloured gomedha is injurious to health and one having a mixture of mica is destroyer of wealth.
|Rubi(Manik)||Yellow Sapphire(Pukhraj)||White Sapphire(Pukhraj)||Red Coral(Munga)|
|Blue Sapphire(Neelam)||Hessonite(Gomedh)||Pearl(Moti)||Diamond (Heera)|