Geological Information

Malachite with chrysocolla, also known as malacholla, is a mineral combination that is typically found in copper deposits.

Malachite is a bright green mineral that is commonly used as a gemstone, while chrysocolla is a blue-green mineral that is often used in jewelry.

When the two minerals combine, they create a unique and visually striking blend of green and blue colors.

Malacholla is commonly found in areas with high copper content, such as Arizona, Chile, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Historical Information

In ancient Egypt, malachite was believed to have healing properties and was used as an eye makeup.

Today, malachite with chrysocolla is still prized for its unique color and pattern and is often used in jewelry and sculpture.

Metaphysical Information

It is believed to be a powerful stone for emotional healing and inner strength. Malacholla is said to help release negative emotions, such as guilt and fear, and promote positive transformation.

It is also believed to enhance communication and creativity, while providing protection from negative energies.