Rose Quartz

Appears as a translucent light powder pink stone

Zodiac association with Taurus, Libra

Heart Chakra stone

Believed to strengthen the physical heart and circulatory system

Formed by magma crystallization as it cools

Ancient Egyptians believed the stone could prevent aging. Rose quartz was used for healing by medical practitioners in the Middle Ages.


Appears as a pinkish opaque stone with interesting black patches or veins running through 

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Taurus

Heart Chakra stone

Believed to bring light and love into everyone’s heart, promotes compassion, grounds energy and balances yin-yang energy

Occurs in manganese-bearing deposits formed by hydrothermal contact and metamorphic, sedimentary processes

Rhodonite was first discovered in 1790 in the Ural Mountains villages in current day Russia, parents slipped these pink stones into their babies’ cribs and told local folklore about how eagles, the king of birds, brought the same beautiful stones to their own nests. Parents hoped the stones would bring their children courage and acuity like the majestic eagle.

Peach Moonstone

Stone of the Goddess

Appears as a translucent peachy stone with an optical phenomenon known as adularescence that causes the extraordinary glow on the surface 

Zodiac association with Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius and Capricorn

Sacral Chakra stone

Believed to promote free expression, elevate the divine feminine stimulate the right side of the brain to encourage nonlinear thinking 

Formed from the intergrowth of different types of the mineral feldspar, the source of the moonstone’s shimmer, the peach color caused by higher aluminum content than base Moonstone

Since ancient times, moonstone was believed to hold the power of mystery, associated with the moon, the tides, femininity and the subconscious. Folktales say that moonstones increase fertility, particularly during a full moon. Moonstone was first discovered in ancient Rome, and the Romans believed it to be formed from solidified beams of moonlight.


Also known as the Stone of Joy

Typically appears red-brown in color with a metallic shimmering effect

Zodiac association with Libra and Leo

Solar Plexus, Sacral and Root Chakra stone

Believed to inspire good nature and an enjoyment of life, effective in cleansing auras and chakras

Formed in molten lava with inclusions of tiny platelets
of hematite, goethite or pyrite, then discharged onto the earth’s surface in volcanic eruptions

The ancient Egyptians believed the Sunstone fell from the sun during a solar eclipse as a gift from the Sun God, Ra, king of deities and father of all creation