Charoite Jewelry and Rings
Charoite looks like a rich marble, featuring white swirly strands and/or black patches. The color ranges from a lilac to a deep purple. Some charoite stones may have unique flame designs. This cabochon is named after the Charo river in Siberia, Russia. Charoite was discovered in 1976. This beautiful marble-like cabochon stone has been popular decoration in carvings, tiles, and inlay designs. It has been used in cabochons and bead jewelry. Charoite has a Mohs Hardness of 5.0 and a Specific Gravity of 2.5 to 2.8
Wearing Charoite is believed to enhance self esteem, accelerate spiritual growth. It is also believed that charoite helps in letting go and enhances the ability to love.
Charoite is said to aid in the treatment of general aches and pains, liver ailments, and blood pressure.
Suggested Chakra : Crown
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