Labradorite is made up of sodium calcium aluminum silicate, with a hardness of 6.It is part of the feldspar family. The stone itself is dark in color but typically has a flash of color in the stone that will vary from blue, violet, or green.The name came from the Labrador Peninsula in Canada. Labradorite is a commonly found and used stone.
This book list is a round up of our favorite books for exploring more about herbal medicines and natural remedies. We’ve included classics and more modern approaches to cultivating natural healing into your life. Some featured focus on remedies and prescriptions, others discuss cultivating your own