Purple Grape Chalcedony BT126
this a one beautiful Purple Grape Chalcedony Size 12 x 8 x 4 cm weight 283 grams
This beautiful botryoidal Chalcedony (Grape Agate) carries the energy of spiritual growth and wisdom. There are many answers in this magnificent piece. It is the key that will unlock the answers to all that you seek. It reminds you that they are not "out there". You have had them all along. Grape Agate energy encourages you to trust and accept without question, As a healing stone, Grape Agate may be stimulating for the nervous system and helpful to activate healing of brain damage. Grape Agate may also relieve neuroses, and inflammation of the nerves and eyes. Grape Agate is also considered a powerful crystal tool for healing the throat and communication issues. Grape Agate counteracts blocked self-expression releasing shoulder and neck problems, thyroid deficiencies, and throat and lymph infections. Grape Agate aids with the development of personal integrity and enhances generosity. Grape Agate replaces self-centered behaviors with benevolent actions prompted by spirit. Grape Agate has a nurturing energy, alleviating feelings of hostility, bitterness of the heart, irritability, and melancholy. Grape Agate helps to release anger and fosters love giving one the courage to start over. Grape Agate may also serve as a reminder to drink from life’s pleasures and experience lightness and joy especially in the company of good friends.
|More Info||During the latter half of 2016, we started seeing these unique and interesting specimens coming out of Indonesia with labels varying from “Chalcedony” to “Agate” to Quartz and “Amethyst”. Some people have turned to using the phrase “Grape Agate” or “Grape Chalcedony” due to the purple color and the fact that they have formed in groups that look like bunches of grapes. There are probably 100 terms to describe cryptocrystalline / drusy / massive uncrystallized Quartz, so it’s fair to say they’re Quartz and go from there. For the sake of this update, I’ve decided to label them as Quartz (variety: “Chalcedony” / “Agate”) but due to the fact that they have tiny crystallized areas upon magnification, I think one could easily refer to them as “Amethyst” as well.|
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