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Neon Apatite Briolette Arrowhead Gemstone
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Gemstone: Neon Apatite
Neon Apatite Briolette Arrowhead Gemstone — Apatite was named in 1786 by the German geologist Abraham Gottlob Werner. Apatite gemstones can be green, blue, purple, violet, pink, yellow, colorless, and brown. From neon blue to apatite or blue-green, Madagascar is one of the rarest and most popular colors. Green apatite is also known as stone asparagus, and the green apatite first discovered in Arendal, Norway is called morocite. Apatite is a special treasure when cut properly, but too soft for most jewelry. Apatite defines 5 reference minerals on the Mohs scale of hardness.
Apatite is the name for a group of similar minerals that are difficult to distinguish and very difficult to pronounce. Therefore, everyone except scientists calls it apatites. Neon blue is perhaps the most famous apatite. However, these gemstones come in a variety of colors, including green, brown, soft blue or deep blue, yellow, purple, and even colorless. Apatite is a natural semi-precious stone.
Neon Apatite Briolette Arrowhead Gemstone can also help central organs such as the digestive system, spleen, pancreas, liver, and gallbladder to boost metabolism and reduce hunger. As a systemic benefit, apatite helps fight viruses. Certain colors are associated with different parts of the body. For example, green apatite is associated with the heart chakra. Such a pendant is ideal, but such a necklace will do because of the blue apatite inherent in the throat chakra.