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Pink Bubblegum Lavender Blue Snowball Euphoralite Crystal

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Amazing Snowball Euphoralite Crystal Tower with Blue Tourmaline in Quartz in a matrix of minerals and elements including Silver and Gold, mica and black tourmaline.

Euphoralite is an incredibly high-vibrational stone that comes to us from a single mine in the Sacred Black Hills of South Dakota, which the native Cheyenne and Lakota tribes consider the Sacred Center of the World. Ancient mineral deposits in this area have been dated to be 2.8 billion years old.

This gem has heightened negative ion activity, and as such, it's healing properties are all the more potent. Just being in the presence of Euphoralite can lift the spirits and open us up to higher vibrations, helping us to find our centers and operate as the best versions of ourselves.

Dimensions: 3" x 1.5" x 1.06" inches
Weight: 3.7 oz | 106 grams

This is an incredible healing crystal for grounding and relaxing, and also serves as an instrument of manifestation when we allow it to work its wonders. Euphoralite also heightens our senses, allowing for improved communication and mental acuity that pave the way for self-improvement, transcendence, and enlightenment.

Euphoralite generates negative ions, and when tested the readings show up to 2300 counts per second. This is 3 times the activity if you were standing in front of Niagara Falls! Negative ions are proven to contribute to overall health and well being.

What makes Euphoralite different than other crystal formations?

There are up to 40 different minerals in these amazing pieces. They may contain the following Albite, Almandine, Amblygonite, Augelite, Beryl, Bismuth, Cassitenite,Columbite, Elbite, Fairfieldite, Feldspars, Flourapatite, Foutmanierite, Greenockite, Gold, Ilmenite, Jahnsite, Kosolite, Lepidolite, Lollingite, Microline, Montebrasite, Moonstone, Muscovite Mica, Quartz, Rubellite, Schorl, Sicklerite, Sphalerite, Silver, Spodumene, Starolite, Tantalite, up to 5 types of Tourmaline, Triphylite, Verdelite, and Zircon.

There are a limited number of these stones being produced by this mine at present although they are becoming more readily available.