K2 Stone combines minerals, like Granite, Azurite, Feldspar, Plagioclase, Biotite, Quartz, and Mica, so, it is part of more than one mineral group.
Vivianite is an iron phosphate mineral that has small amounts of manganese, magnesium, and calcium in its structure. Vivianite is colorless but oxidizes quickly, which means its color can change. Specimens of Vivianite can be found in shades of deep purple, dark blue, black, and green.
Crocidolite, also known as Blue Asbestos, is a fibrous and hazardous mineral that belongs to the Asbestos family. It is not a crystal or gemstone, and due to its dangerous nature, it is not recommended for metaphysical use.
Corundum is composed of aluminum oxide. This mineral is renowned for its hardness and diverse range of colors. Ranking a nine on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, Corundum is second only to Diamonds in terms of its durability.
Wulfenite is a Lead Molybdate (PbMoO4), categorized under the Scheelite group of minerals. It’s usually seen in striking orange but may be red, yellow, brown, or gray.
Botswana Agate has gray, white, pink, and brown bands, creating a mesmerizing and intricate pattern. This visually captivating stone is a banded type of Chalcedony, a mineral of the Quartz group. Its vibrant colors are due to mineral inclusions, such as iron and manganese.
Ruby is red-colored Corundum that gets its color from chromium. It can also show many other colors, as it exists with scores of minerals like Apatite, Pyrite, Muscovite, Kyanite, Painite, and Calcite, to name a few.
Goldstone is a man-made crystal made of synthetic glass and sparkles from copper. It’s available in many colors and shows the aventurescence that Goldstone is often mistaken for as Sunstone.
Holley Blue Agate
Holley Blue Agate is a type of Chalcedony that is rich in metaphysical properties and offers a variety of benefits to its wearer. It resonates strongly with the Throat Chakra, the sense of voice and communication.
Blue Topaz is a stunning gem with a unique blue hue that can vary in shade. The most valuable crystals have a bold and vivid blue color. This mineral is made up of aluminum, fluorine, and oxygen.
Chiastolite is a variety of Andalusite, with a distinctive cross shape on the stone caused by inclusions of graphite. The cause of the cross markings on the rock is not fully understood. One theory for its distinctive markings is that, as the inclusions of impurities grow in the Andalusite stones, the crystal's growth slows down.