Chakra: Throat, Third Eye, and Crown
.5 to 1 inches
Celestite, also called Celestine, is a strontium sulfate mineral first reported in the 1790’s. Its name, derived from the Latin caelestis, means “celestial” or “heavenly,” and refers to the sky-blue color commonly exhibited by its crystals. Celestite is the main source of the element strontium, commonly used in fireworks and in various metal alloys. It is a member of the Barite Group of minerals. Be sure that you don't place in direct sunlight as the crystal color will fade over time
Chemical Formula: SrSO4
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