Azurite is a copper carbonate hydroxide of mineral class carbonate. If the deposition of azurite is not very small, malachite will form where the azurite is present. Because the copper contained in the crystal oxidizes and turns into crystal malachite. Azurite, which evolved from reactions between copper, hydrogen, carbonate, and oxygen, appears in a striking blue color. Deep blue shades are a feature of Azurite.
Crystal healers believe that Azurite can be used to treat sore throats and gout. It also works at the cellular level to restore any blockages or damage to the brain. They are believed to heal and repair the kidneys, gallbladder, liver, spleen, thyroid, bones, teeth, skin, and AIDS toxins. They believe that Azurite promotes the development of the embryo in the womb.
Sculptures from the Chilean Mountains to Arizona in the USA, to the Egyptian forged lands, to the Namibian mounds, and to Peru's ancient strongholds have been found in Australia, Russia, and France.