Zoisite is a mineral that has several gem varieties, the most popular one being Tanzanite, deep blue gemstone. Thulite is another variety of Zoisite and it’s a pink gemstone, there is also Ruby Zoisite. This gemstone transforms negative e...
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Zoisite is a mineral that has several gem varieties, the most popular one being Tanzanite, deep blue gemstone. Thulite is another variety of Zoisite and it’s a pink gemstone, there is also Ruby Zoisite. This gemstone transforms negative energy into positive energy, and it’s great for lifting lethargy.
Physical Energy Properties: Beneficial for the spleen, liver pancreas, lungs and the heart. It’s a detoxifying gemstone that will alkalize the body and reduce inflammation. It can also improve the immune system and regenerates cells. Help with the reproductive organs and helps with fertility.
Emotional Energy Properties: Assists in finding your own authentic personality instead of conforming or comparing yourself to others. Helps with lethargy and encourages you to do anything you need or want to do. Brings repressed memories and emotions to the surface so they can be worked through. Aids you in keeping your focus, especially on creative projects.
Chakras: Associated with the Heart chakra.
Astrological signs: Related to Gemini.
History: Zoisite has only been known for two centuries, and it’s mainly used as an ornamental stone. It was named after the Austrian scientist Sigmund Von Zois, who discovered the gemstone in the Saualpe Mountains of Carinth, Austria.
Where it's found: Common places Zoisite is found are Tanzania, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Austria, India, Russia, Madagascar, Cambodia, Scotland and Kenya.
Variations, Rarity and Value: Zoisite comes in many different colours including pink, lavender, light green, grey or brown. The stones are sometimes heat treated to bring out their natural colours. Lavender-blue zoisite is known as tanzanite, and it is the highest valued variety. Pink zoisite is named thulite, which is made pink because of the manganese in it. The green zoisite can be called green zoisite, green tanzanite, or chrome tanzanite. There is also ruby zoisite which is pretty soft and rates at 5.5 to 6.5 on the Mohs hardness scale. The other types are a bit harder rating a six on the hardness scale. They can be transparent to sub translucent and are brittle and vitreous.
How to use it: The energy and powers of Zoisite are enhanced when it’s used with Ruby. If you wear this stone, be sure to wear with care since it is very delicate. You can also use this stone as you’re working on creative projects or when you need some inspiration.