Merlinite, beautiful opal with dendrite inclusions
Merlinite, beautiful opal with dendrite inclusions
€9,95

Merlinite, beautiful opal with dendrite inclusions

EUR 9,95

Beautiful opal, a stone that has been used since ancient times. This stone is very popular in the spiritual world.

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precious stone

The word Opal comes from the old Indian word 'Upala' which means gemstone. In Sanskrit, Opal means 'precious stone'. Initially, Opal was used in ancient times to make primitive tools, later it was used to make ornamental objects. Opal was used by the Assyrians, Babylonians and the Romans.

dendrite opal

Dendrites are fern-like inclusions of iron, manganese, or other metal oxides that create a beautiful pattern and contrast within the opal.

Merlinite

Dendrite opal is also called Merlinite, not to be confused with Mystic Merlinite which is a gabbro species. This stone has a positive effect on the stomach, digestion and heart and in particular on the common cold and reduced coughing

spiritual

On a spiritual level, merlinite ensures that life is seen as a miracle. Suppressed feelings are released, your mood improves and worries disappear. Dendrite opal in particular gives the opportunity to be open to others, even after a bad experience. Chakra: Base, Forehead (third eye), Crown. Zodiac Sign: Gemini and Virgo

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Article code DO2
EAN 8784765377073
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