Apophyllite properties

Apophyllite has a very interesting structure and can come in many different forms, with a balancing energy it can allow you to enhance your intuition. Its complex structure may be perplexing, but its energy is the opposite, bringing a sense of calm and clarity to anyone with this crystal.

Where can you find Apophyllite?

  • Canada
  • USA
  • Scotland
  • Ireland
  • Brazil
  • Japan

How is Apophyllite formed?

Apophyllite are old crystals that are found within lava and basalt deposits. The crystals grow in solid space within the rock, called Amygdules, Vesicles, A.K.A Geodes, formed by air bubbles whilst the rock was molten.

Similar in appearance to Quartz but not in the same family it can be hard to tell the difference.

This crystal is salty resulting in a stone that is lighter gram for gram than others, such as amethyst.

This crystal doesn't contain iron, magnesium or any other elements which quartz might contain and alter to become another crystal. Apophyllite is as pure as can be - only comprised of potassium, calcium, fluoride and silica. A generous water content allows it to be comprised of completely different elements.