Prehnite Meaning and Healing Properties
Introduction to Prehnite
Prehnite is creamy green, and its English name is derived from its discoverer in the 18th century, the Dutch colonel Hendrik von Plehanen. Prehnite is usually radiating clumps or grapes, and occasionally plate-like crystals coexisting with basalt and feldspar are seen. Prehnite was originally considered a subspecies of emerald or olivine. Prehnite is mostly found in South Africa and has been called Cape of Good Hope Emerald and Cape of Good Hope Olivine for some time. Other prehnite origins include Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and the Alps.
Prehnite has attracted much attention because of its translucent green color, which makes it an ideal gemstone for relaxing the mood and achieving a state of consciousness free from time and space.
Chemical Formula: Ca2Al2Si3O10(OH)2
Color: yellow-green, colorless
Luster: glass luster to waxy luster
Crystal System: orthorhombic crystal system
Identification and Maintenance of Prehnite
- The translucent light green tone of prehnite contains a light milky white, which is a bit like moonstone.
- Prehnite has two common types: round and botryoid, and sometimes small pieces of polished stone can be seen in polygonal cells.
Prehnite Crystal Meaning
- Untangling the unconscious mind.
- Melting the boundaries of time and space, it is easy to obtain supernatural abilities such as insight, long-distance observation and communication.
Prehnite Healing Function
- Slow down neurological dyspepsia.
- Soothes and calms the mood.
- Help eliminate serious worries.
How to Use Prehnite Crystal
- Prehnite is an excellent focus for meditation.
- Prehnite has an ideal appearance that is convenient for divination, allowing consciousness to enter other time and space and spaces to find solutions to problems;
- Allows you to relax and gaze at the crystal, let your thoughts and ideas fly as you like.
Feel at ease
- Peridot has stronger luster and better transparency, without the creamy softness of prehnite.
- The silver star stone forms a flat, smooth radial fiber or spherical combination.
- Hemimorphite is usually a radial aggregate with silky luster.
- Stilbite often forms a wavy crystal beam, the color of the crystal is white, yellow or brown, etc. The crystal is softer and brittle, with pearly luster.