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Labradorite Also known Black Moonstone, Labrador Moonstone, Labrador Feldspar, Spectrolite
Feldspar 6
Grey-black with blue, yellow
Canada, Madagascar, Norway
Common
Suitable to cleanse in water
Do not use in elixirs toxic
Notes
The finest Labradorite is found in Finland and it is called Spectrolite

Labradorite Golden Also known as Spectrolite
Feldspar 6
Grey-black with blue, yellow
Canada
Common
Suitable to cleanse in water
Notes

Lapis Lazuli Commonly dyed or infused with colourless wax/oil
Phosphate 5
(Related to Sodalite)
Blue flecked with gold
Afghanistan, USA, Chile
Common
Aquarius
Do not use in elixirs poisonous
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes
Lapis Lazuli is also a Blue Healer. True Lapis is hard to find a lot of lapis on the market is actually dyed Howlite or another type of stone if you see pyrite inclusions usually that means you have a real Lapis. Almost always includes Lazurite, calcite and pyrite.
Lapis Lazuli contains so many different minerals that it is classified as a rock, not a mineral.

Larimar (Pectolite) also known as Atlantis Stone and Dolphin Stone
4.5 to 5
Blue, green, grey, red all possibly with white.
Dominican Republic
(Extremely rare)
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes

Larvakite Also known as Norwegian Moonstone
Feldspar
Black sometimes with sheen or iridescent flashes of colour
Norway
Notes


Lazurite
Silicate 5
Deep blue, greenish blue
Member of the Sodalite group also main component of lapis lazuli
USA, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Russia
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes


Lepidolite
2.5 to 4
Lavender (pink to purple), yellow, grey, colourless and white
Brazil, South Africa
Common
Love, power, lucky, protection stone
Not suitable to cleanse in water
Notes

Lodalite also known as Magnetite
The dream crystal
Shamanic crystal
Brazil
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