Labradorite, pierre semi-précieuse

 

 

Labradorite is a mineral derived from the Labrador region of Canada. Its peculiarity is to possess a color scheme with metallic shine, often blue and green, on a dark grey background. Commonly known as "Rainbow Moonstone", labradorite is also called carnatite, mauilite, silicite, spectrolite, radauite or even hafnefjordite. It is extremely protective by absorbing the negative but also by being a shield in its own right. It is recommended for people in solitude. It would also be regenerative at the physical and mental level as a result of periods of exhaustion.

 

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The meanings and properties given are derived from feedback from users, cultures, and reference books in the field of lithotherapy. The use of stones in lithotherapy does not in any way preclude the continuation of medical treatment and the consultation of a doctor. We love using semi-precious stones for their natural look and their numerous qualities (hypoallergenic, bright colours, etc.) but their properties are more difficult to validate. While some of our customers will select their jewelry according to these gemstone properties, we prefer to emphasize on the hazel wood benefits, and we release ourselves from all responsibilities regarding the therapeutic use of all stones.