Gift box with 6 beautiful minerals
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Beautiful gift box filled with 6 minerals
This gift box is filled with 6 beautiful minerals and contains:
- Flower agate
Agate is a variety of quartz and a sub-variety of chalcedony, it can be cloudy as well as translucent. Agate is a grounding, stabilizing and protective stone. Inner peace is promoted for a calm and sober attitude.
Flower agate is a transparent form of agate with inclusions of chalcedony and rock crystal. Flower agate makes you feel reborn. You get new energy after a difficult period. Flower agate helps against fears and gives you new strength after a burn out or depression.
Fuchsite is a mica. It is a green variant of muscovite and owes its striking green color to the presence of chrome. The fuchsite glimmer stands out beautifully in the mother rock of verdiet. The shiny fuchsite is ideal for a Zen meditation. To do this, first clean the fuchsite with sage and sit for 20 minutes. Look at the stone and let the light show enchant you, rid your mind of negative thoughts and old grudges that you no longer need.
The oxidation of copper deposits gives malachite its typical green color. The mineral is most common at the edges of these oxidation zones. The most beautiful Malachite is found on the edge of the copper belt in Africa. This is called the Malachite belt and it stretches from the province of Katanga in Congo to Zambia. Malachite helps to strengthen friendships and optimizes empathy. Shame and inhibitions are reduced and hidden feelings are brought out. Malachite is also a great stone for trauma processing.
Linarite is a blue to light blue colored mineral and is quite rare. Linarite stimulates you to bring out the best. It is a nice stone to gain more self-confidence
Galena is a lead-colored stone with a metallic shine. This stone is very grounding and brings balance to body, mind and soul. This stone is very popular in shamanism