Rough Kammererite Cutbase
Creamy greens and bold purples describe the colors of this beautiful rough kammererite cutbase.
Kammererite is part of the chlorite family found mainly in the Scandanavian countries of Sweden, Finland and Norway, but also in Turkey. It was first discovered in 1841 and named after August Alexander Kämmerer, a chemist in the Mining Department of Russia. He was the author of several geological and pharmaceutical books.
The crystal also possess a strong action in the higher chakras, which include in the soul star chakra, the higher etheric chakra, and the crown and third eye chakras.