Honey Calcite

Geological Information

Honey calcite or golden calcite is a beautiful mineral that belongs to the carbonate family.

It is a calcium carbonate mineral that forms in sedimentary environments.

This mineral is often found in sedimentary rocks such as limestone and dolomite.

Honey calcite is typically golden yellow to honey brown in color and has a vitreous to resinous luster.

The crystals of honey calcite are often tabular or prismatic in shape and are frequently found in massive formations.

Historical Information

In ancient Egypt, calcite was used to create beautiful jewelry and decorative objects.

The Greeks and Romans also used calcite to create decorative objects and to make lime for construction purposes.

Metaphysical Information

These crystals are believed to help with personal power, self-confidence, and creativity.

Honey calcite is also said to help with issues related to the solar plexus chakra, such as motivation, and personal empowerment.

Golden calcite is thought to be a great crystal for manifestation and abundance.

It is said to help with manifestation and attracting wealth and prosperity.

Honey or golden calcite can be used during meditation or placed around the home or office to promote positivity and creativity.