Top Raw Azurite Malachite Geode Cluster Crystal Mineral Specimen AZM10207
Item Code: AZM10207
Size: 53mm (L) x 51mm (B) x 37mm (Height) (Approx) Weight: 104.3g (Approx)
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Azurite Malachite is a combination of Azurite and Malachite and as such brings together the properties of both stones. Azurite Malachite, in its combined form, is a powerful conductor of energy with the ability to reveal deeply hidden negative emotional thought patterns and to cleanse and heal them. It is a powerful crystal and should be used with care. Prolonged, or indiscriminate use may cause heart palpitations. Azurite Malachite can be found in the copper mines of Bisbee, Arizona.
Azurite is a copper carbonate mineral with a hardness of 3.5 to 4. Its name is derived from its deep azure blue colour. Azurite encourage new perspectives and clear understanding, expanding the mind and helping you to let go of old unhelpful beliefs. Azurite is an excellent antidote to boredom, since it opens one's inner eye to a wide array of connections and possibilities. Azurite can stimulate intellect and intuition, helping one easier to retain clarity and focus while studying or working. Azurite frequently appears in combination with Malachite, forming beautiful bright blue green coloured stones known as Azurite Malachite.
Malachite is a copper carbonate mineral with a hardness of 3.5 to 4. It is usually in rich green and is often in banded, swirling or stripes tones varying from very dark green to a mellow green. Its name may be derived from the Greek word "Malache" (Mallow) for its colour or from the Greek word "Malakos" (Soft) due to its low hardness. Ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans used malachite for jewelry and ground it to use as eye shadow.