Magnesite properties

Magnesite properties

Magnesite is a white to yellowish porous mineral. It was named after its chemical composition, magnesium, but also because of its place of discovery, Magnesia in Greece. Other synonymous names are argillomurite, baldisserite, bandisserite, baudisserite, giobertite, magnesianite, carbonate magnesia, roubschite.

Virtues in lithotherapy :

Therapeutic efficacy: important.
Availability on the market: important.
Observed price: low.
Efficacy, availability and price are based on an observed average, these indications depend on people, sellers, periods.

Actions on the emotional and spiritual :

Magnesite calms the thoughts and favours calm reflection, it will be a good help during studies especially as it has a positive action on memory and attention.

Actions on the physique :

In lithotherapy it improves digestion disorders and liver problems. Magnesite maintains the nervous balance and strengthens the bones. It is used to fight against cellulite or for slimming diets, especially because it regulates magnesium and because it limits compulsive hunger.

Purification and recharging :

After a while the stone has given all the energy it could, it can be energetically purified by depositing it on a bed of coarse salt for several hours. For more efficiency, it can then be charged in the sun or in natural light.

Zodiac signs for which the need for this stone is potentially the most important:
Gems, virgin

Associated main chakra:
6th chakra of the front.

Lithotherapy is part of alternative energy therapies, it does not replace so-called modern medicine, the indications given are drawn from feedback from users, cultures, and reference books in the field. For any medical problem please consult your doctor.

Mineralogy :

Colors of the mineral is white and pale yellow.
Its chemical composition is composed of magnesium carbonate of formula MgCO3.
Its crystallization is rhombohedral.
The mineral comes mainly from Ostrich, France, Germany.
Magnesite can be found in specialized shops in its raw state or polished, cut, made into pendants, bracelets, necklaces.

Also read: Lapis lazuli properties