Labradorite Crystal Eggs
Key Features of Labradorite:
- Balances and protects the aura
- Strengthens intuition
- Considered helpful in treating depression and anxiety
- Jump starts the imagination and creativity
- Dispels negative energy
- Supports breaking unhealthy habits
Labradorite is classified as a feldspar, which means it belongs to a group of minerals that contain calcium, sodium, or potassium. Generally, this mineral is blue and dark gray in color, and is considered a semi-precious gemstone with a unique feature - spectacular rainbow iridescence!
This feature is known as the schiller effect, in which “flashes” of bright colors can be seen within the mineral, including purple, orange, and green. This effect is often caused by minuscule, rod-like inclusions within a crystal. To observe this phenomenon, hold a piece of labradorite in your hand and move it back and forth at different angles. Stunning!
Labradorite is best known for being a stone that supports transformation and transition, personal strength, and perseverance. An additional benefit includes balancing the aura while providing protection, and grounding spiritual energies that we may encounter. Simply turn this beauty around in your hand and watch the incredible changes of color happen right before your eyes.
Please note - We use our own personal stock photos to reflect the high quality of our products. Colors, sizes, and shapes will vary, as no two natural stones are identical. Tumbled stones are not intended for young children, as they pose a choking hazard.
Labradorite Specialty Eggs
When purchasing from this collection, you will receive the exact crystal shown. Each egg in this collection has been carefully designed and carved by hand, and will be cleansed and charged prior to shipping. Please carefully review the photos provided. Measurements are approximate.
#1 2.5 inches high
We, at One Peaceful Night LLC are not doctors and cannot provide medical advice. Healing crystals are a wonderful compliment to traditional medicine, but are not a replacement for medical treatment, diagnosis, or examination. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.