If you get stuck, you can find the answers at the end of this post. Even if you’re already a crystal whiz, you might pick up a new piece of trivia or two. Enjoy!
A: A powder of this mineral added to water used to be prescribed by doctors to relieve kidney disease. It comes in a bevy of colors, and can be used to restore balance.
B: At one time this was mineral called “disthene,” which means “two strengths.” It helps you communicate with higher beings, and it’s also used for manufacturing spark plugs.
C: This is not green fuchsite mica, but that’s where its color comes from. Use it to help convert negative energy into positive.
D: This crystal, whose name is derived from two things you might see when you look up into the sky, has a sheen so unique it’s got a special name: adularescence.
E: With orbs of chalcedony, striations of agate and pockets of druze, this “jasper” contains a little bit of everything. Use it to connect with ancient civilizations and beings.
F: Quartz crystal with iron impurities is purple, unless heat turns it golden. And its properties are “golden” as well!
G: A heart chakra stone associated with compassion and memory, this crystal sometimes grows as a stalactite.
H: This throat chakra crystal is used to moderate the flow of neutrons in nuclear reactors, but it’s also a favorite for jewelry
I: This stone, named after a dog breed, can help lead you to your animal allies.
J: A form of banded chalcedony named after an African nation, with many color variations that give it versatile properties.
K: Though its name means “gold glue,” you’re more likely to find it near a copper mine. Use it to access goddess power.
L: Miners often “sunbathe” this vitality-enhancing stone after it comes out of the ground to bring out more red in its color.
Tip: If you are unsure about any of these crystal clues, take a look HERE and learn “How to ID Your Crystals When They All Look the Same.”
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