Chryscolla

Chrysocolla is the “stone of communication”, believed to promote expression, empowerment, and teaching. It is a natural mixture of copper hydroxide, spertiniite and Chalcedony, giving it a turquoise and gold look. The name comes from the Ancient Greek chrysos kola - "gold glue", It is found most commonly in Bacan Island Indonesia, Israel, Chile, and in various parts of the United states. Chrysocolla is a teaching stone, empowering us to reveal our wisdom in order to enlighten others. The power of this stone rests in the ability to choose words wisely and with unique knowledge to have an impact on the world. It is also a valuable tool for those who speak as a part of their career.  Chryscolla emphasizes the power of words and actions and encourages compassion and fortitude, making this a peaceful stone.