Snakeskin Jasper, like all crystals of this species, belongs to the class of chalcedony. Its surface is covered with dark white stripes, which create a rotating or scaly pattern - a distinctive feature of this stone. It is usually red, yellow or green. In ancient Egypt, red jasper crystals were associated with the menstrual blood of the goddess Isis. People believe that it helps pregnant women and breastfeeding. To this day, many other metaphysical properties that these stones share with us are already recognised.
The crystal will help you discover harmony, inner peace, and love by grounding the body and mind. It will be easier for you to understand your truth and be honest with yourself by following it. With this stone, you will be charged with positive emotions and boundless confidence in everything that is going on around you. It will also encourage its holder to be more patient, empathetic and generous.
Crystal improves organisational skills, thus helping to turn ideas into action and giving strength to complete the work started. It will help you to look at the difficulties that have arisen rationally and solve them successfully. Have jasper next to you to gain peace and wisdom during the stressful period of your life.
Snakeskin jasper will awaken your soul and energise it for life. With this crystal, you will discover inner joy and confidence in the universe. It will help you accept and understand the lessons sent to you, both in times of joy and difficulty - after all, there is a reason for everything.
This type of jasper, like all others, will support the health of your physical body. The crystal has been found to improve mineral uptake. It activates the functions of the lower body, thus improving digestion, kidney and genital function. Snakeskin is believed to help those with fertility problems. The crystal also detoxifies the blood, accelerates trauma healing and cell degeneration.
Approximate weight: 50g.
Approximate size: 4x4,4x1,8cm.
Country of origin: Brazil and South Africa.
Chemical composition: SiO2.
Hardness based on Mohs scale: 6,5 - 7.