Aragonite helps one center themselves during times of stress, anger, and prior to meditation. It is both soothing and energizing, making it a great stone to work with and stay in a comfortable place when one has a lot of responsibilities. By connecting one to higher states of consciousness it helps address and overcome physical plane problems. Aragonite promotes patience, practicality, and reliability. Aragonite facilitates acceptance and the ability to digest information to emotionally heal by clearing and balancing one's energy and aura. This stone helps one discover renewed strength, discipline, and confidence.
Chemical Formula: CaCO3
Aragonite is a calcium carbonate mineral and has the same chemical composition as Calcite, however they grow in different shapes. Aragonite is formed during igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic processes. In igneous processes, Aragonite is formed in lava beds where there are high pressures with lower temperatures. In metamorphosis processes, Aragonite forms in greenstone of basaltic rocks deep under water. Depending on the concentration of magnesium in the waters, either Aragonite or Calcite will form from carbonate marine organisms. Aragonite may also change to Calcite the other over time. Within the human body, the element calcium encourages the metabolism of cells and is vital for forming DNA (holder of genetic information) and RNA (the sender of information on proteins, hormones, and enzymes). It strengthens the heart and the rhythm of the heart and regulates the acid/alkaline states of the body. Also, calcium supports and strengthens bones.
Aragonite got its name around 1790s after being first noted in Aragon, a Spanish province. Although it was not yet named, Aragonite was used in the Middle Ages as a remedy for fatigue and hair loss by mystical and traditional alchemists. The Shinto religion often associated Aragonite with the Goddess Amaterasu, the sun goddess that created life.
- Small, 1" x 1" x .4"
- Large, 1.5" x 1" x 1"
Note: Note: Sizes may vary, Crystals are not meant to replace or substitute the recommendations or advice of your physician or healthcare provider. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.