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Smithsonite #212

Smithsonite #212

SKU: 212


Smithsonite Identification Card

AKA Names: Bonamite, Zinc Spar, Turkey Fat.

Locations Found: Found in many locations around the world, including the USA, Australia, Greece, Namibia, and Mexico.

Appearance: Smithsonite is a zinc carbonate mineral, often occurring in globular, botryoidal, or stalactitic formations. The color can range from clear to blue, green, pink, lavender, or brown depending on impurities.


- Mind: Smithsonite is believed to help soothe the mind, relieving stress, and promoting a sense of tranquility and joy.

- Body: It's said to boost the immune system, treat sinus and digestive disorders, and improve skin elasticity.

- Spirit: Spiritually, Smithsonite is known for its gentle energies, assisting in experiencing love, compassion, and promoting a sense of belonging.

Weaknesses: Smithsonite is a relatively soft mineral and can be easily scratched. It's also sensitive to heat and acids.

Complementary Stones: Rose Quartz for enhancing love and harmony; Clear Quartz for amplifying its energies; Selenite for spiritual growth; and Black Tourmaline for grounding and protection.

Fun Facts:

1. Smithsonite was named in honor of James Smithson, the English chemist and mineralogist who bequeathed his fortune to establish the Smithsonian Institution.

2. Smithsonite is also known as "Turkey Fat" in the miner's vernacular due to its globular, greasy luster.

Spiritual Connections: Smithsonite is associated with the heart and crown chakras, promoting feelings of compassion, fostering love, and enhancing psychic abilities. It's a great stone for those seeking emotional healing.

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