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The name 'epidote' is derived from the Greek word for 'addition' which refers to its numerous crystal faces. Although rarely of gem-quality and especially rare as a faceted gemstone, epidote is a commonly occurring mineral. Epidote is a calcium, aluminium, iron hydroxysilicate. The mineral is fairly dense and fragile, and is therefore rarely cut as a gemstone. Epidote ranges in colour from yellow to yellowish green, dark brown, dark green, and black.
Disclaimer: all of our crystals are ethically sourced, they are fully cleansed with white sage, we infuse them with reiki and they are played over powerful and high vibrational mantras before dispatch. Please note that all crystals, minerals, rock and fossils are a natural product from mother earth and are rarely perfect, this means that we try to capture as many angles on our products as possible.