Geological Information

Apophyllite is a mineral that belongs to the family of phyllosilicates.

It is commonly found in volcanic rock formations and is known for its transparent to translucent appearance.

It has a hardness of 4.5 to 5 on the Mohs scale, meaning it is relatively soft compared to other minerals.

Apophyllite can come in a variety of colours, including white, green, yellow, and red.

Historical Information

Apophyllite crystals were first discovered in the 19th century in the Deccan Traps in India.

Metaphysical Information

Apophyllite crystals can enhance intuition, promote clarity and inner vision, and aid in spiritual growth and communication with higher realms.

They are also said to have a calming and grounding effect, and can be used as a tool for meditation and relaxation.

Some practitioners also use apophyllite to cleanse and purify energy fields and promote overall physical and emotional wellbeing.