Features and Benefits
Known as the stone of peace and calm, the Howlite stone has been used as ornaments and jewelry from past to present. In the past, it was believed to have positive effects on teeth and bones by providing calcium balance in the body, and at the same time, it was believed that it overcomes the obstacles in the person, prevents anger and resentment, and also reveals artistic sensitivity. .
Howlite is white and opaque. It can rarely be seen in crystal form, but the vast majority are opaque. It is a soft and porous stone. Due to its softness, it is less used in jewelry, due to the risk of quick scratching and breakage.
It is also widely used for this purpose, as it is generally good against stress. Howlite is originally a black veined gemstone on white. In this shape, it resembles marble. Unfortunately, because howlite is a cheap and easily dyeable stone, it is unfortunately painted blue and sold as a “Turquoise (Turquoise)” stone. For this reason, it is recommended to buy stones from reliable places.
Howlite, which is very soft in terms of hardness, can be easily scratched and damaged by a hard object. According to the Mohs hardness scale, the hardness degree is between 2.5-3.5. Howlite is compatible with the root chakra and the heart chakra.
Benefits of Howlite Stone
- It strengthens artistic sensitivity and expression.
- It gives peace and quiet.
- It destroys selfishness.
- It is good against stress.
- It provides calcium balance.
- It has positive effects on teeth and bones.
- It allows the person to be at peace with himself.
- It helps to overcome obstacles.
- It prevents anger and resentment.
- It strengthens memory.
- It purifies the blood of toxins. It is useful in blood diseases.
- It is good for insomnia problems.
- Regulates the hormonal system.
- It strengthens the joints and keeps them healthy.
- It provides easy healing in broken or dislocated bones.
Hardness Degree: 2,5 – 3
Specific weight: –
Chemical Formula and Group: –
Places of Origin: USA, Canada
Chakras: Crown and Forehead (third eye)