Brucite is a mineral containing magnesium hydroxide that crystallizes in the form of mass, plates, crust, fibers, botryoid, and small tabular crystals. Brucite occurs in low-temperature hydroelectric veins in limestone. Brucite was first discovered in 1824 by the American mineralogist Archibald Bruce. This stone is named after him.
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.
A new deposit of Brucite was recently discovered in the Khusdar district of Balochistan, Pakistan. Other notable regions include Italy, Russia, Spain, the United States, Germany, Austria, China, and Australia.