If you've ever seen the intense play of color in a labradorite gemstone, then you know there is no denying it's magic.
Labradorites have a hardness of 6 to 6.5 on MOHs scale, and were named for the Canadian Labrador peninsula where the gemstone was first found in the 1700s. Before that, the Red Paint People of Maine utilized labradorite thousands of years ago before its discovery in Canada.
Labradorite is the gemstone of adventure and awareness. Labradorite protects and strengthens your personal energy, and is considered a very spiritual stone, that encourages it's wearers to embrace the void of the spiritual unknown.
Labradorite is a very harmonizing stone, particularly with moonstone and sunstone. This trio of magic stones look beautiful together, as well as work together nicely.
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