Brown Aragonite

Geological Information

Aragonite is a mineral that belongs to the carbonate group.

It is a polymorph of calcite, meaning that both minerals have the same chemical formula but different crystal structures.

Aragonite is commonly found in marine environments and is a major component of the shells of marine organisms such as mollusks and corals.

It is also found in some freshwater environments and in some sedimentary rocks.

Historical Information

It was first described in 1797 by Abraham Gottlob Werner and was named after the Aragon region in Spain where it was initially discovered.

Metaphysical Information

Many believe that aragonite can help with grounding and centering, making it a popular choice for meditation and spiritual practices.

It is also believed to promote patience, discipline, and focus.

Aragonite is said to have a calming effect on the mind, helping to reduce stress and anxiety.

Additionally, some believe that aragonite can aid in communication and self-expression, making it a useful tool for writers and speakers.