Teal Polychrome Jasper Meditation Stones


Vibrant colours, patterns of shifting sands, this stunning crystal will become your new favourite meditation stone.

A new hot trend on the crystal scene. Its relatively recent discovery in Madagascar and vibrant unique colouration have made it popular with those wishing to add something special to their collection and those healers using it to rebalance and recenter.

Polychrome Jasper is a form of opaque chalcedony which is sometimes called Royal Savannah Jasper or Desert Jasper. Thought to be one of the rarest forms of Jasper it is only found in Madagascar.

It is a very stabilizing, grounding stone, connecting you to Mother Earth and giving you a feeling of balance in your life. It contains fire energy so is an excellent tool for sparking creativity, enhancing libidos and helping you push past those things holding you back.

A rare and exuberant meditation stone. Perfect for finding a bit of balance and unlocking your creative juices. Beautiful colours of teal green, sandy yellow and browns form free-flowing patterns that will allow you to drift away into desert landscapes and royal bejewelled treasures.

House of Formlab Crystals are intuitively picked with you in mind. Every crystal is unique and comes with its own distinct colour and pattern. Average weight 100-150g,


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SKU: CR-MED-POLY-TEAL Categories: , Tags: , , GTIN: 8785275722643


Conscious Crystal Sourcing

At House of Formlab we always try to source our crystals in an ethically minded way. We only choose high-quality pieces and work with trusted and reputable suppliers who also take ethics in the crystal supply chain very seriously.

Many of our suppliers buy directly from the mines and they undertake regular site visits during buying trips to ensure working conditions and low impact environmental protections are as claimed. None of our suppliers knowingly buy from mines with any child labour, poor or dangerous working conditions. Certain countries are known for dubious practices and we avoid sourcing from those regions.

Often crystals are not what the miners are digging for. More often than not they are byproducts found alongside more valuable elements such as are used in our mobile phones and TVs. This makes supply chains complicated but where we can we avoid minerals and crystals known to come from this type of operation.

Certificates are often hard to come by. There is still no overarching governing body which certifies crystals in the same way as diamonds are now tracked and certified – mainly due to the difference in value. The more outcry there is, the more chance is idea will gain traction. So keep asking and campaigning for ethically sourced crystals and together we can change the crystal universe.

Buying crystals is a learning process. We will make mistakes, everyone does, but rest assured we are trying our best to make the right choices and provide you with the crystal you can be proud of.

With crystal infused love,

Madame Formtastica

Additional information

Weight 0.15 kg