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Chrysocolla is found in Peru, The Democratic Republic of Congo and the Transvaal region of South Africa. This stone forms alongside bodies of copper ore, and copper impurities are to thank for its fantastic colouring. Other copper-bearing minerals such as malachite, azurite, cuprite and turquoise can form and fuse with Chrysocolla, resulting in some extremely interesting and beautiful mixtures of blues and greens, plus mottled/swirling patterns. Loved by healers as a stone of communication, it is said to help with expressing words clearly, calmness when teaching others and inspiring feelings of empowerment when speaking up for yourself.

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