Rainbow, Peach, Green & Black Moonstone are actually closer related to Labradorite than to Moonstone. It is a trade name, and therefore a slight misnomer. Most moonstones are used for gems and jewelry, while these stones are used for towers, spheres and other larger display items. The optical property displayed in these stones is called Chatoyance. It is more flashy, like a butterfly wing, and less glowy, like the Adularescence in moonstones. However, Labradorite is also a member of the feldspar group with moonstone, so they are closely related geologically. Rainbow moonstone is a granite; a very hard natural igneous rock formation of visibly crystalline texture formed essentially of quartz and orthoclase or microcline. It is made up of different minerals, so the entire stone is not pure chatoyance. It shines in different areas depending on where the labradorite is, and how the light shines on it.

– Associated with the alignment of all chakras, zodiac signs of Scorpio, Libra & Cancer & vibrates to the numbers 5 & 77 (rainbow moonstone, & 8 (white labradorite).

– Aligns the chakras to allow the free flow of energy throughout the body and auric field.
– Vibrates a calm and relaxed energy to soothe and comfort. Brings a wonderful feminine energy to calm tempers and aggressive emotions.
– Promotes mental clarity, focus and determination.
– A stone of new beginnings. Helpful after a breakup, divorce or other difficult life changes.
– Raises awareness of new opportunities, and opens one up to trying new things, taking new paths, and becoming the highest version of the self.
– Helps with mental disorders and emotional dysregulation, intrusive thoughts, obsessive & catastrophic thinking.
– Physically helps regulate hormone levels & aids the health and growth of hair, skin and nails.

Hardness: 6-6.5 Mohs
Specific Gravity: 2.61
Refractive Index:1.518-1.526