Smithsonite from Greece.
Zinc Carbonite: ZnCO3
Source: Lavrion Attica Greece
Smithsonite was named in honor of English chemist and mineralogist James Smithson (c.1765-1829), whose bequest established the Smithsonian Institute in the U.S.A and who first identified the mineral in 1802.
Smithsonite is a stone of reconciliation.
It helps master painful experiences and is known to bring calm and concentration during change.
Blue Smithsonite can help open one up to repressed emotions, in order to clear and heal these painful feelings of grief, rage, anger, resentment, sadness, sorrow, and heartache.
Blue Smithsonite has the power to heal the fear of one’s own emotions, and refill the aura with peace, healing, and security
It helps with nervous heart problems, restless legs, and diabetes, it also aids wound healing, the immune system, and fertility.