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Labradorite Tower

Labradorite Tower

SKU: 634


Labradorite Identification Card

AKA Names: Spectrolite, Rainbow Moonstone.

Locations Found: Primarily found in Labrador, Canada. It's also found in Norway, Finland, and various parts of the United States.

Appearance: Labradorite is a feldspar mineral that is most often found in mafic igneous rocks. It's best known for its stunning range of colors and its beautiful play of color, known as labradorescence. The colors seen in Labradorite are often green, blue, gold, orange, and red.


- Mind: Labradorite is considered a stone of transformation, enhancing strength of will and inner worth.

- Body: It's believed to have healing properties that relieve stress, regulate metabolism, and balance hormones.

- Spirit: Labradorite is known for its ability to enhance psychic abilities, awaken one's own awareness of inner spirit, intuition, and psychic abilities.

Weaknesses: Despite Labradorite's relatively good hardness, it has cleavage and can break if dropped.

Complementary Stones: Clear Quartz for amplifying its energies; Rose Quartz for enhancing love energy; Amethyst for spiritual growth; and Citrine for manifesting abundance.

Fun Facts:

1. The native peoples of Newfoundland and Labrador have long appreciated labradorite, using it in amulets for its healing powers.

2. The play of color in Labradorite, called labradorescence, was named after this gemstone.

Spiritual Connections: Labradorite is associated with all chakras, but it is particularly powerful with enhancing the third eye chakra. It's a great stone for enhancing spiritual growth, intuition, and psychic abilities.

Labradorite Stone

Please note: This is a brief overview and does not cover all the aspects of the stone. Always consult with a certified gemologist or crystal healer for more information.

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