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Lepidolite is a lithium-rich mica mineral that is pink, red, or purple in color. Lepidolite is used as a gemstone. It was first called Lilalite because of its lavender coloring. Lepidolite can only form in geochemical environments where high concentrations of lithium are available for mineral formation. Lepidolite is a rare mineral because these geochemical situations occur rarely. Lepidolite is found naturally in a variety of colors, mainly pink, purple, red, and gray rarely yellow and colorless.
Lepidolite comes with a handful of names, The Stone of Transition, The Peace Stone, the Grandmother Stone. The meaning of Lepidolite is said to help with emotional balance and inner peace. Many people believe that Lepidolite is the perfect healing crystal to help stabilize emotions, dissolve the pain of deeply felt wounds, soothe the heart, and reduce stress and depression.
Lepidolite is mostly found in Brazil; Ural Mountains, Russia; California, United States; Tanco Mine, Bernic Lake, Manitoba, Canada, and Madagascar.