Coagulation rock full of minerals
Gabbro is an igneous rock that was formed deep below the surface of the earth. Due to the gradual cooling, relatively large crystals have been formed in the rock. Common minerals found in gabbro include: olivine, pyroxene, amphibole, magnetite and biotite. Feldspar (labradorite) also occurs regularly.
Gabbro from England
This gabbro was found near the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall in the United Kingdom. This area takes its name from the special red and green rocks that seem to form a snakeskin along the coast.
How gabbro works
Gabbro comes from the depths of the Earth, making it a very grounding stone that connects to Mother Earth and the base chakra. A special feature of gabbro is its modulating effect on other crystals and minerals. Gabbro is an indispensable link when working with several stones at the same time.