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Tourmaline gemstone
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Tourmaline Gemstone can be used in a variety of ways. Because its crystals are able to charge by heating and subsequent cooling electrically. No wonder that the black tourmaline surrounds a very special aura.

Formulation Of Tourmaline



Tourmaline can be formed both magmatically and metamorphic. Magmatically formed tourmalines spring from the silicate melt, at extremely high temperatures ranges from 600 to 1,100 ° C, they crystallize from residual melts enriched with iron, magnesium, chromium or titanium.

Because these metal-rich melts are particularly fast-flowing, the liquid material also gets into tunnels and cavities particularly quickly. In contrast, metamorphic tourmalines are formed when granite melts strike calcareous rocks and certain elements such as boron, fluorine or the minerals topaz and fluorite are added. Again, high temperatures of 450 to 650 ° C are required for crystal formation.

Tourmaline Origin

Tourmaline is found in Brazil, Australia, Burma, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, USA, Italy, and Switzerland.

Tourmaline Colors

The color range of black tourmaline ranges from anthracite to bluish black to deep black.

Tourmaline History

The name Tourmaline comes from the Sinhala: The word ‘thuramali’ means as much as a colorful gemstone because the first tourmalines were found in Sri Lanka. Written evidence about the black stone first appeared in Europe in 1707.

Holland, in particular, has a very special relationship with Tourmaline, as it was mainly Dutch merchant ships that transported Tourmaline from Sri Lanka to Europe in the mid-18th century – the reason for this was a trade monopoly of the Dutch East India Company.

With the discovery of its pyroelectric properties, Tourmaline in Dutch also became known as ‘ash trekker’ – because the Dutch used the Tourmaline to remove the ashes from their meerschaum pipes – that is, to ‘pick’ the ashes (to draw trek).

Tourmaline Effects

Tourmaline holds off negative influences from us, such as earth and computer beams, but also the negatively polarized energies of others, such as envy, resentment or treachery. Tourmaline is therefore suitable as protective stones for body and mind alike.

Thanks to its energetic powers, tourmaline has an invigorating and activating effect, which is why the black healing stone not only boosts our creativity but also increases our attention and perceptiveness.

Tourmaline should always be worn directly on the body, and it is also ideal for filtering out living rooms or bedrooms. Open-plan offices, in which many technical devices are available and there is a great rush, gain a pleasant atmosphere with the Tourmaline.

Tourmaline works best on the crown chakra. On the astrological level, he is assigned the star sign Pisces, Cancer, and Scorpio.

Tourmaline should be cleaned and cared for like most other gems. He should be washed off at least once a month under running lukewarm water. In a shell, mixed with hematite tumbled stones and rock crystals, it can regenerate. Alternatively, it can also be placed in the morning or evening sun or in an Amethyst druse.



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