Chrysocolla Pebble

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Chrysocolla is a hydrous copper silicate with a hardness of 2 to 4. Most frequently the color is green, blue or blue-green, though impurities can darken it to brown or black. Its crystal system is amorphous, and it occurs mostly in closely-packed aggregates, and sometimes in botryoidal, stalactitic, fibrous or earthy forms. Chrysocolla is frequently found in oxidized copper deposits, often in association with Malachite and Azurite. Some Chrysocolla stones contain Cuprite, and these combination stones have their own unique blend of energies. Chrysocolla deposits have been found in Chile, Zaire, Russia and the United States.



Chrysocolla governs all aspects of sound healing, whether through words or sound frequencies. Its energy teaches us how sound affects our physical reality and how we can change that reality by adjusting the way we use our words. Chrysocolla's energy facilitates true communication between all beings by promoting the expression of heart energy.


Chrysocolla assists one in owning the value of one's experiences, knowledge and contribution. It helps one feel more secure when communicating with others and helps dispel fear in social situations or when one is speaking in a highly charged emotional situation. It assists one in releasing patterns of sarcasm, criticism and facetiousness in one's communications with others, as well as releasing the fear from which these patterns stem.


Chrysocolla assists in the release of stress, anxiety and other fear-based imbalances in the body. It can assist in the regulation of the thyroid and adrenals. it is excellent for sore throats, laryngitis and for support of the larynx in general.


I listen deeply to the voice within and express it with freedom, spontaneity, passion and reverence.


Throat (5th), Heart (4th), Root (1st)


Approximately .25" W by .5" H by .25" D

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Source: The Book of Stones: Who They Are and What They Teach by Richard Simmons and Naisha Ahsian