Labradorite Gemstone Beads and Charms
Labradorite is a stone with enchanting colors. It is usually gray, but can have a beautiful sheen of blue, green and yellow.
Healing properties and meaning of labradorite
Labradorite is said to provide peace of mind and protect against fear and negative influences. That is why labradorite is often used by highly sensitive people (HSP). When you quickly feel (negative) emotions of others and take them over, labradorite can reassure you. It also seems to make you more cheerful. :)
How to use labradorite
Besides our charms, connectors and beads with which you can make beautiful jewelry, there are also other applications for labradorite. Labradorite is often used in meditation because it promotes calmness. You can also carry the stone in your pocket at all times. It is thought that you can then 'use' the beautiful properties of labradorite at any time.
How to take care of my labradorite
You can take care of labradorite in different ways. For instance, you can cleanse it in water and charge it in moonlight.
Where does labradorite come from?
Labradorite is found in the Labrador region of Eastern Canada, after which the stone is named (the dog breed is also named after this area). Canada is the main place of discovery, but labradorite is also found in among others Finland, Germany, Australia and the United States.
Labradorite was first found in Canada around 1770. However, there are also writings found from the first century of a stone that looks like labradorite, but it is not certain if it is really about labradorite. In addition, there is another species found in Finland, it is called Spectrolite and was first found in the 20th century. The Spectrolite gets its name from the beautiful glow that occurs in all colors of the spectrum.
Which horoscope matches with labradorite
Labradorite fits the horoscopes of Leo, Sagittarius and Scorpio.
Of course any stone can be good for you, try to sense it and see which one(s) you like.
Which chakra belongs to labradorite
Labradorite fits all chakras.
The color of labradorite
Labradorite mainly comes in the color grey, but often also has a beautiful glow in blue, green and yellow.
Chemical composition: Calcium (Ca), Sodium (Na), Aluminum (Al), Silica (Si), Oxygen (O8)
Mohs hardness: 6-6.5