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Chalcedony is a gemstone of quartz minerals. The original name 'Chalcedony' is derived from the Latin word 'Chalcedonius', which is believed to be derived from the ancient port of Chalcedon in Asia Minor, which has a waxy texture and a wide range of patterns in a variety of colors, available in Gray, Yellow, or Brown. It is an important material not only for the jewelry industry but also for various scientific and industrial purposes.
Crystal healers place great importance on this stone. Chalcedony is a nurturing stone that promotes brotherhood and good character. It absorbs negative energy, creates an open mind and enthusiasm. Absorbs and eliminates negative thoughts, emotions, and bad dreams. Such beliefs exist between them. It is also believed to increase physical energy and heal the eyes, gallbladder, bones, spleen, blood, and circulatory system.
Formation takes place over a long period of time as minerals are slowly deposited into the pockets of another type of rock, such as granite. Chalcedonic deposits are the most abundant in volcanic activity. Chalcedony deposits are important in some regions but can be seen all over the world. All the United States is known to produce chalcedony. True chalcedony translucent and bluish is found in Uruguay, India, Madagascar, Myanmar (Burma), Mexico, Brazil, and southwest Africa.