Sulphur Tumble, one piece

Sulphur (also spelled "sulfur") is the tenth most abundant mineral in the universe by mass, and the fifth most on earth (!), and is found in the center of stars, all over the earth, and in many other compounds. In all its forms, sulphur is an essential element for all life! In a gemmy, crystalline form it can be more rare, which is what makes these tumbled pieces special.

Historically, ancient cultures referred to this crystal as "brimstone" (translating to "burning stone") which can be found commonly in old literature and lore. It has been used in alchemy mixed with mercury, and was sued to treat infections. Today sulphur is used in matches, fertilizers, fireworks and gun powder, and more, and even in its crystal form can have that distinct, pungent smell! Sulphur is so cool! 😎✨

These tumbled stones are easy to hold and look lovely in any crystal dish alongside your other crystalline trinkets and talismans. Cary in your pocket, bag, or talisman ouch.

Origin: South Africa

Variety: Sulphur/ Sulphate

Mohs Hardness: 1.5 - 2 (super brittle!)

Chakra: Solar Plexus

Element: Fire. Often associated with Leo.

Magic + Metaphysics + Healing: Use sulphur for growth, and to aid with the fear associated with growth and the unknown. Sulphur cleanses negativity from everything around it, but also transforms that energy into courage, enthusiasm, and positivity. Because of this, sulphur supports creativity, self nurturing and self care, and being present. IS also great for patience and anger management or emotional balance.

Specs: There will be natural variations from stone to stone, and each is picked randomly. Each crystal measures roughly 0.5- 1" wide, and weighs 12- 20 grams.

Care: To cleanse, let the gemstone sit in a warm salt water bath. To charge it, let it dry in direct or indirect sunlight. Do not place directly in a window as it can start a fire. 

Read more about how to use crystals on our blog, Esoteric Insights, here, and more about scrying here.

Please note that because of the nature of this item, each piece is different from the other. The one you receive may not be one pictured here, but will look similar.

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