Fluorite in the Gemstone LibraryFluorite

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Name Origin: Fluorite is also referred to as “fluor spar.” The name fluorite is from the Latin “fluere” meaning to flow, referring to its use as a flux in smelting.

Historical significance/folklore: Since Roman times, a massive crystalline variety of fluorite known as Blue John or Derbyshire spar has been used for making vases and other ornamental objects. It typically had a banded pattern of blue, violet and purple. This material was mined in the district of Derbyshire, England.

Gemstone properties: Helps to bring balance, cleansing and stabilizing the aura. Heightens intuitiveness increases concentration, quick thinking and promotes the absorption of new information. It can be used and is effective in blocking computer and electromagnetic stress.

Healing Properties: Absorption of nutrients, respiratory, colds, pain relief, headache, anxiety.