Agate, Moss Donut Pendant (30mm, 40mm)
Grounding, Stabilizing, Confidence
Chakra: Base, Heart
Hardness: 6.5 - 7
Composition: Chalcedony, quartz group
Colour: Clear , Milky White with Green inclusions
Oils/Herbs: Parsley and Thyme
Moss Agate is not technically a true Agate, because it is not banded, it is a Chalcedony with green dendric inclusions. The gemstone has also been known as "Mocha stone" after the Arabian city of Mocha in Yemen. Most Moss Agates are found as fragments weathered from volcanic rocks.
Metaphysical & Healing Properties
Moss Agate is one of the stones that would be beneficial to almost everyone. Its energies are modest but wholesome.
The gemstone aids in stabilizing all of the body systems including the enhancement of sensing capacities, aiding circulation, digestion and neural activity.
It encourages peaceful temperament, lessens mood swings, helps develop stronger will forces. Opens inner door to communion with nature spirits, helps one find and adhere to one's higher purpose, releases negative karma
The stone emanates the vibrations of balance and stability in the physical domain, it is an excellent gemstone for individuals convalescing after an illness, or those in recovery from addictions.
Moss Agate can assist those who feel undergrounded or unstable. It enhances the mental concentration, persistence, endurance and bringing one's goals to completion
It can be used as a talisman for increasing the effectiveness of physical exercise By keeping an image of a completed goal or project in mind during visualisation, the stone will magnify the energy of intention, thus assisting in the achievement of the goal.
Harmonizes/Combines With Moldavite and all other Agates
In Ancient Greece this Agate was used to make jewellery as it was believed wearing the gemstone attracted favours and fortune from the gods.
Because of its appearance Moss Agate is more particularly linked to earth and nature. It is associated with many different cultures most commonly to their rituals and harvest beliefs.
Native American tribes gave this stone the power of changing the weather often using it in the “Rainmaking” ritual that was performed to invoke rain.
In the Middle-Ages Moss Agates were used by Farmers and Gardeners who believed that placing the stone near their fields and gardens would attract a more prosperous harvest.
The Stone is also closely associated historically with midwives, they would wear Moss Agate to help reduce pains and give courage to the woman giving birth.
Crystal properties are listed for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice. Always consult a physician for proper medical treatment.