Chalcedony gets its sparkle from being a member of the quartz family. It comes is an array of colors, can be transparent, translucent, or opaque – and sometimes contains a small bit of opal. Good examples of chalcedony are agate, bloodstone, chrysoprase, carnelian, jasper, onyx, sardonyx, and even petrified wood. Chalcedony has a long history of encouraging balance, brotherhood, benevolence, generosity and receptivity. It’s also been used to combat circulatory obstructions while mending a broken heart.
Especially recommended for: ALL SIGNS
(adapted from Love Is In the Earth: A Kaleidoscope of Crystals by Melody)