A large piece of Smithsonite.
Kelly Mine, Magdalena District, Socorro County, New Mexico
Smithsonite is zinc carbonate, a secondary mineral of zinc ore deposits, usually found in boitroydal masses. Can be found in a rainbow of colors caused by partial replacement of zinc by other minerals such as copper in the case of green smithsonite and cobalt in pink smithsonite. A member of the calcite group of minerals, smithsonite has a trigonal crystal system.
Chemical composition: ZnCO3
Smithsonite resonates with the element of water and is a great tension reliever. It gives support to all of the energy centers and gently cleanses negative energy from the system. For those suffering heartbreak, pink smithsonite is a healing balm. Yellow smithsonite helps to release stuck energy that is dampening one’s willpower. The tranquil presence of blue/green smithsonite is perfect for supporting meditation and stimulating psychic awareness.
Measures 2.5-inches long by 1.75-inches deep.
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