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Natural moonstone is a transparent species of mineral from the group of feldspars. It is formed only at high temperature; therefore it is a rare stone. Its second name, "adularia", is given after Mount Adular in the Alps, where it was first discovered.

For a long time the transparent crystal fascinated with its pearl or pearly shine so similar to the brilliance of the Moon. Adularia is connected with the Moon not only by external resemblance, but also energetically. It is believed that this mysterious mineral has a particularly strong effect on a person on a full moon, relieving stress, giving it tenderness and dreaminess.

Moonstone is valued as a gift to lovers to enhance feelings between a man and a woman, and to preserve family happiness. But we must remember that adularia is a "sensual" crystal, so if you give it a drop of your love and attention, it will give you a special charm, refinement and attractiveness. You will feel younger and happier.



Associated with the element of Water, adularia has strong purifying properties, softening and removing the body from the slag. Improves the circulation of lymph and the activity of endocrine glands, sets the body for a quick recovery. It also helps with sleepwalking. Jewelry made of natural moonstone not only strengthens your charm, but also provides you with a calm and strong sleep. Adularia is recognized as an antidepressant gem.

As a talisman, the moonstone will suit people born under the signs of Cancer and Pisces. As an individual talisman it is suitable for people with explosive temperament as it can mitigate crisis emotional states.

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