Malachite is known as the stone of transformation. It emanates healthy energy from heart and helps heal the emotional and physical heart. It is a great stone to work with for overcoming and stepping into one’s personal power. Malachite enhances confidences and progress. It is a protection stone that protects against negative energies and pollutants. It forms an invisibility cloak from potential threats to one’s emotional/mental/physical energies. This is a great stone for determining one's own emotions from emotions that are being absorbed by another person. This way, one doesn’t take on the emotional baggage of another. Being a stone that is formed in alkaline water. Malachite is also known for its disease resistance and energizing qualities.
Chemical Formula: Cu2CO3(OH)2
Malachite is a carbonate mineral. Carbonates play a crucial role in the Earth’s crust. It is formed when copper is altered by chemicals, which typically occurs when the copper interacts with carbonated alkaline water. It is formed in shallow depths of the Earth’s surface. Within the human body, copper is promotes healthy cell growth and effective for detoxification. Copper also promotes proper development of female sex organs and menstruation cycles. The greatest concentrates in one’s body are in the blood, liver, and in the brain. Malachite guards against radiation of all kinds. Copper is used for radio frequency (RF) shielding because it absorbs radio and magnetic waves.
Malachite gets its name from the Greek work mallow, which is a name of a plant that’s color resembles the green in Malachite. Malachite was mined over 4000 years ago to produce copper. It was known to date back to Ancient Egypt as early as 3000 BC. Ancient Greeks and Romans used Malachite in jewelry and in powder form for eye shadows. During the middle ages, Malachite was said to remove evil and protect against stomach ailments. In Russian cathedrals and castles, columns were made of Malachite. Many cultures around the world associated malachite with goddess energies: Egypt with Hathor, Greeks with Aphrodite/Venus, and parts of Europe with Freya. In folklore it is known as the stone of the midwife.
Location: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Size: 1" x .4" x .25"
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