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Chrysoprase

Chrysoprase

The Courage Stone

The Greeks named this stone “golden bloom” due to the golden drops that seem to be contained in the stone. It was a valuable and much sought-after stone in the Middle Ages. Being a magic stone it was recharged in the open at half moon in order to ensure good health and a happy marriage.

Chrysoprase reminds and reassure you of your heart connection to others and to the Earth. It is one of the best stones for healing a broken heart and preparing your heart for a new relationship. 

Colours: apple green, bright green

Uses: Chrysoprase is a variety of quartz excellent for humility, personal insight, adapting to new environments or situations, creativity, fertility, and mental wellness. Relieves gout, strengthens eyesight, aids in cultivating the art of invisibility, out-of-body, experience, psycho-navigation, and shapeshifting.

Star Sign: Cancer
Planet: Moon
Element: Water
Chakra: Heart

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Tips For Chrysoprase

Keep chrysoprase near you to clear the fog in your mind when you are confused

Hold chrysoprase to improve dexterity

Carry or wear chrysoprase to lift your spirits when you are feeling low

Place chrysoprase around you to create a meditative atmosphere

Put chrysoprase under your pillow to help mend a broken heart

Hold chrysoprase when you feel anxious or scared - it will reduce and calm your fears

Uplifting chrysoprase eases worry and brings clarity

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Chrysoprase uplifts the heart chakra.

Place on heart, neck or brow for meditation.

Chrysoprase stimulates creativity and draws out unknown talents.

Chrysoprase can heal depression, excess self-focus, unbalanced emotions.

It produces greater flexibility, increases wisdom, generosity and self-confidence.

It helps one to achieve greater personal insight, feel calmer, and become less egotistical.

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This stone is an important stone for those born under the sign of Cancer for whom it provides a balance between the unconscious and the conscious.

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One of the most coveted varieties of chalcedony quartz, chrysoprase is prized for its apple green color and rarity. Chrysoprase's name comes from the Greek words chrysos, meaning gold and prason, meaning leek, due to its color similarities with the vegetable.
 
Chrysoprase is a rare, highly valued, nickel-bearing variety of chalcedony. Colour varies from apple green to deep green, and the highest quality material is translucent. Chrysoprase is commonly known by gemologists as “Australian jade” and is often used in jewellery as a substitute for jade due to its harder wearing characteristics. Chrysoprase is highly valued in east Asia notably China.

History

The pharaohs of ancient Egypt wore jewelry set with chrysoprase, and the stone has long been connected to royalty. In the Middle Ages people believed that if you put a piece of chrysoprase in your mouth, you would become invisible. In the late 19th century, chrysoprase was a favourite gemstone of the master jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé, famous the world over for his Fabergé eggs.

Rough Chrysoprase from Tanzania

Chrysoprase is a stone of friendship,
believed to encourage love and tolerance. 

All crystal healing uses, magical uses and metaphysical definitions are provided as a means of education, and do not imply a guarantee of effect. Those suffering from illness should consult with their General Practitioner in the first instance. Crystal healing is a holistic complementary healthcare practice and should be carried out by a suitably qualified crystal healing practitioner.

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