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Pink Tourmaline with lepidolite

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Beautiful combination of lepidolite matrix (purple/lavender color) with the pink/green tourmaline

TOURMALINE

Chemical composition: complex silicate, content varies according to color
Color: black, green, blue, pink, yellow, orange, red
Origin: BRAZIL (Minas Gerais
Hardness: 7 - 7.5
Typical structure: Trigonal. Grooved 3 sided prism. The top is truncated or with edges that create a triangle or a hexagon.
Chakra: protects all
Was probably already known during the Roman period, but was mistakenly identified as Emerald or Topaz.
Tourmaline comes from the Singhalese term touramali. This stone is piezoelectric, meaning that it generates electricity under pressure, and pyroelectric, generating electricity with heat. The Dutch called Tourmaline aschentrekker (ash remover), as when heated it attracted ashes from a pipe.
Traditionally used for scrying, it pointed to the culprit or cause in times of trouble , and indicated a "good" direction in which to move.

LEPIDOLITE

Chemical composition: KLi2AlSi4O10(OH)2 Hydrated potassium aluminum silicate
Color: Pinkish purple or purple with pink spots (sometimes pink tourmaline)
Origin: BRAZIL, USA, Namibia, madagascar, Czech Republic
Hardness: 5
Typical structure: Monoclinic. Often in combination with Mica. Many very thin layers "stuck" to each other in a way that separate easily to thin paper like layers.
Chakra: All
Lepidolite derives from the Greek Lepidos, meaning scale.
A stone of transition, Lepidolite insists on being used for the highest good and brings about reconciliation. Contains lithium, it issaid to be helpful in stabilizing bipolar disorders.