Brucite (magnesium hydroxide) is an important mineral. It was named Brusite after Archie Bald Bruce, the first American mineralogist, and editor of the American Mineralogical Journal, to describe the species. Smaller specimens are formed from phyllite and metamorphosed magnesium limestone. Magnesium hydroxide is a mineral found in many parts of the world.
Based on the crystal belief, Brucite directly affects one's energy levels. It boosts a person's confidence, focuses on new heights, and gives them the determination to take decisive action and make a change to improve themselves.
The most recent yellow bruise was found in the mountains of Khusdar district in Balochistan, Pakistan. The yellow brucite is unusual in comparison with the common types of stone of various colors. Other notable areas include Italy (Vesuvius, Mount Sardinia), Canada (Quebec), Russia, Spain, Germany, Austria, China, Australia, Scotland (Shetland Islands, Mook Island), and Zimbabwe.