In Roman mythology, Cupid (also known as Amor) is the god of love and desire. He is often portrayed as a young winged boy wielding a bow and arrow, capable of inspiring love and passion in mortals. Cupid, who represents the power of love and desire, one might draw parallels between the energetic properties of crystals and the divine essence of love.
Tremolite is a rock-forming mineral in the amphibole group of silicate minerals. It occurs as long crystals and fibrous aggregates and was first described in 1789. Tremolite is a fairly common mineral, but Tremolite gemstones are rare.
Actinolite is an amphibole silicate mineral that is found in metamorphic rocks. It is usually a translucent stone in green, black, and gray hues. Actinolite forms in long crystals or needle-like structures and is often found within other gemstones, such as Quartz.