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Muscovite

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Muscovite is a mica class mineral that is relatively abundant in nature. Mineral's name comes from the Moscow region, where it was first discovered. It can be colourless, grey, greenish, brownish with glassy lustre. This crystal is used in the construction, chemical and even cosmetic industries. The muscovite glass was widespread hundreds of years ago, at which time not too many people paid attention to its metaphysical properties. 

Today, muscovite is used as a helper to connect with soul leaders and angels. It will encourage you to pay more attention to your spiritual side and live in the present.  By stimulating your third eye and crown chakras, the crystal will strengthen your intuition and mental vision, known as clairvoyance and telepathic abilities. 

Muscovite helps to recognise and accept humanity's and your own sins and imperfections. Moreover, it will guide you through replacing them with positive character traits and inspiring unconditional love. It is an optimistic stone that builds self-confidence. It will also help get rid of negative emotions such as insecurity, anger, nervousness and stress. 

Muscovite has been found to help patients with dyspraxia. These people find it challenging to recognise the left from the right. They are clumsy, and it's difficult for them to keep their balance and to solve problems. Crystals will be great for reducing these symptoms not only for the sick but also for the healthy ones. 

Muscovite helps those suffering from headaches, dizziness and insomnia. It also supports the activity of the pancreas, thus controlling blood sugar. For those who follow a starvation diet for specific health problems, the crystal helps to endure fasting and maintains fluid in the body. 

Approximate weight: 35g. 
Approximate size: 2,6x4x2,5cm.

Crystal: Muscovite. 
Country of origin: TBA. 
Chemical composition: KAl2(AlSi3O10)(FOH)2
Hardness based on Mohs scale: 2 - 2.25.

Muscovite wikipedia