Labradorite calms overactive minds and clears fears and insecurities. Labradorite also enhances intuition.
Mineraloids & Fossils
Did you know that some crystals aren't technically crystals? This is because they are actually mineraloids or fossils. Examples include Obsidian, Opal, Pearl, Shell, Amber, Jet, Petrified Wood, Stromatolite, Orthoceras, Tektite and Moldavite.
Agate is a banded form of Chalcedony and is a member of the Quartz family. Agate normally forms in round nodules and, once they have been cut open and polished, pretty patterns are revealed. These patterns, or banding, is what distinguishes Agate from other forms of Chalcedony. On the Mohs' scale of hardness Agate is rated as a 6½ - 7, which means it is a fairly hard crystal.
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