Thulite

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Thulite2Thulite is a member of the zeolite family, calcium aluminum silicate mineral with an orthorhombic crystal system. It was originally discovered in in 1820 in Norway and the name derives from the word Thule, thought to be the ancient name of Norway.Pink%20Thulite%20Tumbled

Thulite is a useful stone for those who need to put on a performance, such as actors and teachers. It encourages extroversion, eloquence and showmanship. Thulite is also said to enhance problem-solving skills, helping 7 Thulite. Emeralds. gemstone. cabochon. beads. beaded. bead embroidery. green. pink. crystal. Swarovski. necklace. pendant. beadworkyou to find inventive solutions to tricky problems. In addition it can encourage the expression of passion and sexual feelings.

Thulite is a strengthening and regenerating stone that is said to stimulate healing. It is believed to be beneficial in cases of extreme exhaustion and to treat calcium deficiency and gastric upsets. Thulite is also thought to enhance fertility; placing it on the pubic bone it is believed to stimulate the reproductive system and to heal diseases of the ovaries and testicles.

Zodiac: Taurus & Gemini

Birthstone: May & June

Chakra: Heart & Root

Sources: Norway

Hardness: 6.5

Empowerment: I can forget and move on, even if I cannot forgive.

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