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Sam Smith tries out crystal healing

Published 30/09/2015

Sam Smith
Sam Smith

Sam Smith has purchased his first collection of crystals, including some gemstones intended to help his throat heal following a recent operation.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Sam Smith is hoping crystals will help heal his throat.

The Writing’s on the Wall singer recently bought his first collection of healing gemstones.

And he posted a picture of his purchases on Instagram.

“I have always been very sceptical about Crystals, and what they do etc.” Sam captioned the snap. “However, I have decided to give it a go!! So today I purchased my first little Collection. I’ll keep you informed with how I’m doing with them. Either way thou (sic), they are beautiful xx.”

Among Sam’s crystal choices were several blue throat chakra stones. Sam apparently went for that option to help him heal following surgery on his vocal cords in May (15).

According to MTV.com, the other crystals were a citrine, used to promote success, a rose quartz for love and a pyramid stone to encourage attraction.

Sam was banned from speaking or singing after undergoing his surgery.

But when he received the all-clear from doctors to return to the road in July (15), Sam took to Instagram to share his delight.

“So just want to keep everyone in the loop; I have been in Boston the last few days to have a check up on my throat, before I embark on my American tour,” he wrote.

“MY THROAT IS LOOKING BLOODY FANTASTIC. So it's amazing news. So happy. It's going to be a really tough month of shows but I can't wait to see you all, and pray it's going to be a smooth ride. LET'S GO (sic).”

Due to his vocal cord hemorrhage, Sam had to cancel 21 shows which were originally part of his In the Lonely Hour Tour.

Sam looks set to make history with his new single Writing’s on the Wall, the theme tune for upcoming movie Spectre, which is on track to become the first James Bond track ever to reach number one in the UK charts.

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