More About Aragonite:
Aragonite is a form of calcium carbonate, the same material as calcite but in a different structure. It is the same material that makes up seashells. We often see it in two main color patterns: a brown/golden/white variety, which sometimes appears striped; and an eye-catching robin’s egg blue. The little brown-sugar colored clusters called “sputniks” are especially popular, maybe because they give off such a friendly vibe — sort of like a little mineral pet. Rarer forms of aragonite appear as clusters of colorless spikes or needles or blue coral-like masses. This abundant mineral is found all over the world. It’s great for grounding, and even for grounding other crystals.
Care and caution: Some forms of aragonite may contain lead or other dangerous elements, so do not use aragonite directly to make elixirs.
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