Boussingaultite

Boussingaultite in its natural form is a rare type of (Magnesium) sulfate mineral from hydrothermal veins. However, the variety of crystals described in this article is laboratory grown to the exact chemical formula of natural Boussingaultite, being (NH4) 2 Mg (SO4)2 . 6 (H2O).

The mineral is named after the French chemist Jean-Baptiste Boussingault (1802–1887).

Another laboratory-grown crystal produced by using the naturally occurring chemical formula is Tschermigite.

The frequency of the various colored types of Boussingaultite connects to the chakra with a corresponding color.

  • Red tones – the base chakra for issues of support, security, and safety. Physical vitality and strength.
  • Orange tones – the sacral chakra for issues of creativity and a passion for life experiences.
  • Turquoise blue tones – the throat chakra for issues both physical and relating to communication, truth, and expression.

This crystal helps to balance the energy of one’s chakric system and due to the high water content, the energy of the Boussingaultites will act on the emotional body and can help to support emotional healing.

Associated Chakras

  • Base Root
  • Sacral
  • Throat

Physical Ailment

  • Balanced Energy
  • Physical Vitality
  • Throat

Emotional Issue

  • Emotions

Spiritual Connection

  • Emotional Healing

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