Geological Information

Azurite is a mineral that forms in the oxidized zone of copper deposits. 

Azurite crystals are often found in association with other copper minerals, such as malachite and chrysocolla.

They can form in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from small, tabular crystals to large, prismatic ones.

Azurite is known for its intense blue colour, which is due to the presence of copper ions in its crystal lattice.

It is also a relatively soft mineral, with a Mohs hardness of 3.5 to 4.

Historical Information

Azurite is a blue mineral that is often found in copper mines.

It has been used as a pigment and a gemstone for thousands of years. 

It was used by the ancient Egyptians and Greeks, as well as being associated with medieval alchemy.

It was also commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine as a treatment for various ailments.

Metaphysical Information

Azurite crystals promote wisdom, intuition, and insight.

They are believed to enhance creativity and communication skills, as well as help with emotional healing and stress reduction.