Tumblestones H

magickal properties Hanksite tumbled stone
Hanksite
Sulphate 3
Colourless, Grey, Greyish black, Yellow, Yellowish white.
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Searles Lake, San Bernardino Co., California, USA, Death Valley San Bernardino Co
Notes


magickal properties Herkimer Diamonds
Herkimer Diamonds
Quartz 7.5
Clear white
Herkimer, New York, United States
State gemstone of Arkansas
Notes
Clear quartz crystals


magickal properities Hemimorphite tumbled stone
Hemimorphite (associated with Smithsonite) also known as calamine
Silicate 4.5
White, pale blue, pale green, grey, brown
China, Canada, Namibia
Common
Not suitable to cleanse in water
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magickal properites Hematite tumbled stone
Hematite
Oxide 6.5
Metallic silver/grey, red
Brazil, Canada, Germany, UK
Common
Love, healing, protection stone
Aquarius
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Suitable to cleanse in water however you never need to cleanse Hematite as it cleanses itself
Notes
Wear or carry hematite to restore energy when you’re feeling lethargic.
Bright metallic silver/grey/black when polished for tumble stones.
Hematite is brittle so can shatter if dropped or struck


Hematite in Quartz
Quartz 5
Orangey brown
Cumbria UK,
Common
Not suitable to cleanse in water
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magickal properties Heliodor tumbled stone
Heliodor
Beryl 7.5 to 8
Gold, yellow
Also known as golden or yellow Beryl
Madagascar
Common
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes


magickal properties Howlite tumbled stone
Howlite
Borates 2.5 to 3.5
White, green, blue
Often artificially dyed to represent turquoise
California, Nova Scotia, Canada, Mexico, Turkey
Common
Power, healing stone
Not suitable to cleanse in water
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magickal healing properties Howlite blue
Howlite blue
Borates 2.5 to 3.5
White, green, blue
Often artificially dyed to represent turquoise
Los Angeles
Common
Power, healing stone
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Place a Howlite stone in your pocket to absorb your own anger - or another's anger that is directed toward you.


magickal healing properties Hypersthene tumbled stone
Hypersthene Also known as Labrador Hornblende
Igneous rock 5 – 6
Grey, brown or green
Arton Garnet Mine, North Creek, Warren County, Adirondacks, New York, USA.
Common
Not suitable to cleanse in water
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