Mountain Aura Crystals

Blue Aragonite is a calcium carbonate mineral available in colors ranging from a light turquoise blue to dark bluish green. The coloring will vary based on the trace amounts of copper contained in the Aragonite and what was located in the surrounding area of origin. Blue Aragonite is usually created through precipitation from salt water as calcium rises through hot springs causing mounds and a thick crust around the spring, the opposite of a stalactite. It is a brittle stone with a vitreous lustre . It can be transparent to translucent, with a hardness of 3.5 to 4, making it a very soft stone. Blue Aragonite was named after Aragon, Spain, where it was first discovered. The main sources for the stone today are worldwide but much of the supply comes from Pakistan and Morocco. Aragonite has no known toxicity but should never be ingested, is not water safe for extended periods of time and should not endure prolonged sun exposure.
Disclaimer: Metaphysical properties are not to replace medical advise or treatment and should be taken as entertainment purposes only.
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