When you hear the word "tourmaline" what color do you think of? Chances are, we all have different answers because tourmaline can be found in all the colors of the rainbow.
Let's talk about the different colors and inclusions commonly associated with tourmaline and their unique metaphysical properties!
Tourmaline Colors and Inclusions
Black tourmaline is the ultimate stone for protection and grounding, while pink tourmaline is believed to aid in emotional healing and self-love. Tourmalinated quartz is created when tourmaline is combined with quartz, and tourmaline in a feldspar matrix gives off a sparkling effect called schiller or chatoyancy. No matter what color or stone your tourmaline possesses, it always has metaphysical properties that make it special!
Black Tourmaline (Schorl)
The most common variety of tourmaline is black tourmaline, also known as schorl. Schorl Tourmaline is the perfect stone for anyone who is looking for protection and grounding. It deflects negative energy and protects against electromagnetic radiation.
Pink Tourmaline (Rubellite)
Rubellite tourmaline is a beautiful pink stone that is said to be helpful for emotional healing and self-love. It is also known to promote peace, compassion, and understanding. Rubellite tourmaline is the perfect stone for anyone who is looking for a little extra love and support.
Tourmalinated quartz is created when black tourmaline is combined with quartz. This stone is said to be helpful for protection, detoxification, and Grounding. It is also known to promote healthy hair growth. Tourmalinated quartz is a beautiful stone that ranges in color from black to green.
Tourmaline in feldspar is a sparkling variety of tourmaline that is said to be helpful for creativity and inspiration. It is also known to promote self-love and emotional healing. This stone is a beautiful addition to any collection.
What is your favorite color or type of tourmaline? Let us know in the comments below!
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