Smithsonite is a zinc carbonate mineral, found as a secondary mineral in the oxidization zone of zinc ore deposits and in sedimentary deposits.
Smithsonite has a unique pearly lustre, along with a play of colour, giving rise to a waxy appearance. Trace elements give raise to a vast assortment of colours, with splendid lavender specimens being the most collectable.
Smithsonite stimulates all chakra according to its colour. Smithsonite is a deeply calming and compassionate, instilling a sense of peace and unconditional love. Meditation with Smithsonite can stimulate psychic abilities and communication with spirit.
Smithsonite can be useful in gently releasing deeply held emotional wounds, childhood traumas and conflicts.
Smithsonite supports harmony within relationships.
Smithsonite can be helpful in treating depression, stress and anxiety.
Smithsonite assists in treating dysfunction of the endocrine system.
Smithsonite may be useful in treating disorders of the digestion system.
green, blue, pink, purple, white, grey, yellow, colourless
Carbonate, Calcite Group
rhombohedral, rarely scalenohedral crystals. Botryoidal, reniform, or stalactitic; incrustations; coarsely granular to compact massive, earthy
4 to 4.5
vitreous to pearly, translucent to transparent
perfect in three directions
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