Love one another, but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls. - Khalil Gibran
Druzy chrysocolla in 24 kt gold plate setting
Formula:Cu 2-xAl x(H 2-xSi 2O 5)(OH) 4· nH 2O (x < 1)System:OrthorhombicColour:
Green, bluish green, …
Lustre:Vitreous, Waxy, Earthy Hardness:2½ - 3½Name:The name was first used by Theophrastus in 315 B.C. and comes from the Greek chrysos, meaning “gold,” and kolla, meaning “glue,” in allusion to the name of the material used to solder gold.
A mineral of secondary origin, commonly associated with other secondary copper minerals, it is typically found as glassy botryoidal or rounded masses or bubbly crusts, and as jackstraw mats of tiny acicular crystals or tufts of fibrous crystals. Copper-bearing allophane can look similar.
Chrysocolla is a very beautiful stone with many beneficial energies.
It is known as a healing stone among Native American Indian cultures where it was used for strengthening the body’s resistance and bringing about calm feelings where there is upset.
Chrysocolla is a stone of peace, increased wisdom, discretion.
It promotes level headedness, encouraging clarity of thought and a neutral, cool attitude during turbulence. It can be used to decrease nervousness and irritability.
Healing properties of Chrysocolla
Chrysocolla can be placed directly on the affected body part. Laying it on the forehead as a ‘third eye’ offers spiritual benefit.
- Help with infections (especially the throat area)
- Used by healers to detoxify the liver, lower blood pressure
- Has a cooling effect for fever reduction
- Can assist in speeding up recovery from burns
- Alleviates cramps
Chrysocolla is used to attract love…
Place a piece of chrysocolla in your hand. Visualize a love being attracted to you.
Place the stone in a red or pink container half filled with water. Next, put three red roses in the container as well. Replace with fresh roses when any fade.
Your love will come to you!