Unakite Blue Howlite Bead Bracelet
Learn to communicate your feelings with this Unakite Blue Howlite Bead Bracelet. High grade round polished beads threaded on strong elastic.
Key words: Healing, balance, release of bad habits, higher attunement, patient persistence
Chakras: All especially the heart
Zodiac Signs: Scorpio
Unakite Crystal Healing Properties:
Unakite helps us to slowly and gently eliminate bad habits and release repressed emotional wounds before they manifest as physical disease. By helping us to let go of negative emotions and thoughts it is an excellent stone for supporting emotional resilience. It is especially useful in helping children bounce back from grief or disappointment. This stone teaches us patience and faith. It is believed to strengthen the reproductive system and promote a healthy pregnancy and birth.
Unakite History and Uses:
Unakite is a mottled combination stone found in various shades of pink orthoclase feldspar and green Epidote, from the Greek word epidosis meaning growing together. It is named after the Unaka mountains in Tennessee, USA where it was first found. It is sometimes known as Epidotized Granite or Grandodiorite.
Unakite Geological Description:
Unakite is a microcrystalline variety of Quartz, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 6.5 to 7. It is found all over the world, including large deposits in India, Russia, Brazil, France, Germany and the USA.
Affirmation: I navigate the process of healing and awakening to higher consciousness with patience and faith, step by step, towards my highest good
Key words: Calming, patience, accessing past lives
Zodiac Signs: Virgo, Gemini
Howlite Crystal Healing Properties:
Howlite is a calming stone helping to relieve rage by absorbing your anger or that directed toward you from others. It can aid with insomnia caused by an over active mind and help to overcome criticalness and selfishness. Placed on the third eye Howlite can help you meditate, connect with higher spiritual consciousness and access past lives. It can be used to calm turbulent emotions which have their origins in a past life.
Howlite History and Uses:
Howlite was named after Henry How, a Canadian chemist, geologist, and mineralogist who identified it in 1868 in Nova Scotia where it was first found by gypsum miners. Because Howlite is porous it is often dyed to replicate Turquoise, Red Coral or Lapis Lazuli. Dyed Howlite is called Magnesite and marketed as Blue Howlite or Turquentine. It can be distinguished from other stones it was dyed to imitate under UV light because it gives off a slight coloured fluorescent glow.The natural white Howlite is sometimes named “white turquoise”, “white buffalo turquoise,” or “white buffalo stone” and is often used in carvings or bead jewellery.
Howlite Geological Description:
Howlite is a calcium borosilicate hydroxide mineral with a hardness of 3.5. It is rare to find it in crystal form, it most often occurs as opaque white irregular shaped nodules with grey streaks. It It is found in California and Nova Scotia.