Green Fluorite

Geological Information

Green fluorite is a type of halide mineral, which means it is composed of a halogen element (such as chlorine or fluorine) and a metal element (such as calcium or barium).

The green color of fluorite is due to the presence of trace amounts of chromium and/or iron in its crystal structure. The intensity of the green color can vary depending on the concentration of these elements.

Green fluorite is often found in hydrothermal veins, which are formed when hot water (rich in minerals) flows through fractures in the Earth's crust. As the water cools, minerals such as fluorite can precipitate out and form veins.

Historical Information

Green fluorite has been used for centuries as a decorative stone, particularly in China. It was often carved into intricate figurines and used to adorn temples and other sacred spaces.


In ancient Rome, green fluorite was believed to have healing properties and was used to treat a variety of ailments, including digestive issues and skin conditions.


During the Middle Ages, green fluorite was used to ward off evil spirits and protect against witchcraft. It was also thought to have the power to bring good luck and prosperity.


Metaphysical Information

Green Fluorite is believed to be an excellent crystal for promoting emotional healing. It is said to help release emotional baggage and negative energy that may be holding you back from living a fulfilling life.

Many people believe that Green Fluorite enhances intuition and helps with psychic development. It is said to help you connect with your inner self and understand your true purpose in life.