White Howlite

Also known as White Buffalo Stone

Appears as opaque white with irregularly shaped fine grayish streaks or nodules

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Gemini, Virgo and Scorpio

Crown and 3rd Eye Chakra stone

Believed to help in aligning the chakras as a means of healing, howlite is a calming stone that builds patience and supports better sleep

Formed as a result of calcium borosilicate hydroxide minerals crystallizing in the form of nodules, masses and on occasion, small prismatic crystals

Named for Henry How, a Canadian chemist and geologist who first identified it in Nova Scotia in 1868 where it was found by gypsum miners

Tree Agate

Appears as a white opaque stone with green branch-like patterns 

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Virgo

Heart Chakra stone

Believed to strengthen relationships, promote composure, offer a warm, protective quality to its wearer

Tree agate forms in concentric layers of dendrite
inclusions of moss colored minerals. Technically a jasper because it is opaque, but trade named Tree Agate

The ancient Greeks associated tree agate with dryads and the stone was sometimes buried in agricultural fields to promote a plentiful harvest


The stone of the Goddess

Appears as a translucent slightly cloudy stone with an optical phenomenon that causes the extraordinary glow on the surface

Zodiac association with Gemini and Pisces

Crown, 3rd Eye and Heart Chakra stone

Believed to ease aggression and enhance peace, balance emotions, enhance self-esteem and creativity

Formed from the intergrowth of different types of the mineral feldspar, the source of the shimmer

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