Zeolite Specimen D
This is the exact specimen you'll receive. It's
gorgeous, and the photo does not do it justice. It measures 2" x 2" x 2.5" (approximate). This particular piece has taken on a rust colour and has teeny, tiny crystals on it's surface that gives it a "furry" look. So unique and special!
Natural Zeolites come from volcanic rocks, ash layers, and alkaline ground water. Each Zeolite is so unique, no two are ever even close to the same. They vary greatly in colour, texture, crystalline structure and shape.
Zeolites are from the family of aluminiumsilicate that's known as molecular sieves. These are micro-porous solids because they have the ability to sort molecules selectively based on a process of size exclusion. Natural Zeolites come from volcanic rocks, ash layers, and alkaline ground water.
This combination crystallizes for thousands up to millions of years after being deposited in these environments. The results are naturally occurring Zeolites. Natural Zeolites are seldom pure, though. They contain contaminations in varying degrees, and they are often other Zeolites, quartzes, metals, or minerals. These contaminations also result in the crystals exhibiting a blue, white, or peach crystal. Sometimes the crystals can also be colorless. Zeolites usually occur in a matrix form with other crystals. These crystals often include Stilbite, Prehnite, Pectolite, Okenite, and Apophyllite. Zeolites also have the ability to absorb odors and toxins.
-Zeolites are excellent Reiki stones, they will help you with attunement to the energies within the body, and they enhance the healing response.
-Zeolites are said to be useful for agriculture or gardening, especially when they are buried in the field or garden.
-Zeolites are said to remove negative energy and bring in happiness.