Rhodonite

By: Cori Fields , 2/15/14 , A1

Rhodonite Mineral

Rhodonite is also called the Angel Blush. Rhodonite's chemical formula is (Mn,Fe,Mg,Ca)SiO3. Rhodonite is use for Gemstones, Carvings, and Ornaments. Rhodonite is a reddish pink and black color.


Rhodonite is the "Stone of Love"! Rhodonite works with the Heart Chakra by soothing the heart center as well as the Root Chakra for grounding and balancing, due to the presence of black oxides in this stone. Rhodonite is used for necklaces, earrings, and bracelets. Rhodonite is not expensive its is a very decent but also cheap gemstone.

Sources of gem Rhodonite are Russia, Australia, Japan, Madagascar, Sweden, Brazil, and Peru. Rhodonite also comes from the U.S. at New Jersey and Massachusetts.


Sources of gem Rhodonite are Russia, Australia, Japan, Madagascar, Sweden, Brazil, and Peru. Rhodonite also comes from the U.S. at New Jersey and Massachusetts.


Rhodonite is also called the Angel Blush. Rhodonite's chemical formula is (Mn,Fe,Mg,Ca)SiO3. Rhodonite is use for Gemstones, Carvings, and Ornaments. Rhodonite is a reddish pink and black color.


Rhodonite is the "Stone of Love"! Rhodonite works with the Heart Chakra by soothing the heart center as well as the Root Chakra for grounding and balancing, due to the presence of black oxides in this stone. Rhodonite is used for necklaces, earrings, and bracelets. Rhodonite is not expensive its is a very decent but also cheap gemstone.

Sources of gem Rhodonite are Russia, Australia, Japan, Madagascar, Sweden, Brazil, and Peru. Rhodonite also comes from the U.S. at New Jersey and Massachusetts.


Sources of gem Rhodonite are Russia, Australia, Japan, Madagascar, Sweden, Brazil, and Peru. Rhodonite also comes from the U.S. at New Jersey and Massachusetts.