What is the kunzite stone good for?

A joyful stone, kunzite opens and connects the heart with the mind, encouraging communion between the two. While wearing kunzite, it is thought you are better able to experience and reciprocate love. Kunzite is also believed to help heal heartache and calm nerves.

What does real kunzite look like?

Kunzite is the pink-to-violet variety of the mineral spodumene, and gets its color from manganese. It’s most often found in shades of pale pink, but more vivid colors are possible and it can achieve rare hues of vivid violet to purple. Kunzite’s color can be enhanced by irradiation followed by heating.

Is kunzite a crystal or stone?

Kunzite is a glassy stone that is naturally pale pink in color. It can also be found in colorless form and in lilac and yellowish green varieties. It forms in a naturally flat shape with vertical striations. The colorless version is also known as Spodumene.

Is kunzite a birthstone?

Mg. Pink Kunzite is one of the natural birthstones of those born in mid-autumn (October 22 – November 20). Red-based crystals bring you energy, courage, passion, and love.

What stones pair well with kunzite?

For strong love desires, you can pair your Kunzite with Rhodonite, Rose Quartz, and Pink Tourmaline. When you have emotional problems that need to be solved, use Kunzite with Lithium Quartz and Yellow Amblygonite. If you want to be more receptive, combine Kunzite with iolite stones or Lapis Lazuli.

Can kunzite be in the sun?

However, Kunzite has always been an ‘evening’ gemstone and limiting its exposure to the sun (UV light), the color will be fairly stable. It is Ultraviolet light that will cause it to lighten.

Can kunzite be worn everyday?

It is best if you do not wear your Kunzite every day. This is because prolonged exposure to sunlight or hot light sources causes the color to fade. It even fades more if the Kunzite is treated. (Almost all Kunzite stones are treated).

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