Introduction To Chrysoprase
The English name of chrysoprase is named after the Greek “chrysos” (meaning golden yellow) and prason (meaning leeks), and it is formed in the veins of very light sandy bedrock. The external feature of chrysoprase is translucent, strong apple green, which makes it look a bit like some candy-green marzipan or coconut ice. Bohemia is traditionally the most resource-rich place in Australia, but Australia has also produced excellent chrysoprase recently.
Chemical formula: SiO2
Color: apple green to emerald green
Luster: resin luster to glass luster
Crystal system: Trigonal crystal system (microcrystalline)
Identification and Maintenance of Chrysoprase
Chrysoprase is usually produced in the form of large blocks, veins and nodules.
The color of chrysoprase is both bright apple green and strong dark green. South America has also produced light yellow.
Chrysoprase crystals are usually translucent to opaque with waxy luster.
Chrysoprase is usually cut and ground into a curved surface, pay attention to imitations made of glass or plastic.
The color of chrysoprase will fade in the sun or after heating.
Chrysoprase Crystal Meaning
Traditionally, chrysoprase is a stone that represents good luck and success.
It makes us blend in with our surroundings, even seen as invisible.
Transmit the harmonious energy of nature.
Healing Function of Chrysoprase
Promote thorough sleep and deep rest.
Support cleaning and disinfection.
Brings an increasing sense of security and calmness.
How To Use Chrysoprase
Use six stones to form a hexagon, one chrysoprase on top of your head, one chrysoprase on your left shoulder, one black tourmaline on your left hand, one chrysoprase under your feet, one chrysoprase on your right hand, one The black tourmaline is placed next to the right shoulder. In order to enhance the effect, you can lie on a black fabric. Connect with creative forces and discover new directions.
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