Moonstone is part of the mineral family of feldspars. It’s an opalescent stone that can be found in colorless form as well as peach, pink, green, gray, yellow, brown, and blue. As ancient as the moon itself, the meaning of Moonstone lies within its energy. Moonstones are sometimes called “adularia” after Mt. Adular in Switzerland, a famous source for these gems.
For someone who believes in the metaphysical properties of stones, Moonstone has been used as a stone of protection for traveling at night, voyaging at sea, childbirth, and pregnancy. Moonstone exudes a glowing vitality that can re-energize the mind and body and wash negativity away
Moonstone are mostly found in Armenia (mainly from Lake Sevan), Australia, the Austrian Alps, Mexico, Madagascar, Myanmar, Norway, Poland, India, Sri Lanka, and the United States.