Kambaba Jasper Palm

$33.00

Kambaba Jasper is a stromatolite rock which is formed in shallow seas by buildup of cyanobacteria. The cyanobacteria is eventually fossilized and it’s organic material is replaced with silica. Kambaba Jasper is a green stone with dark orbicles associated with the root and heart chakra, zodiac sign of Taurus and vibrates to the number 1. It is a stone of peace and tranquility facilitating connection to ancient Earth wisdom, manifestation and abundance. It reduces negative thought patterns, stress and nightmares while protecting against psychic attack, negative entities and environmental toxins. Kambaba Jasper increases self-love and expands one’s ability to receive love.

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Description

KAMBABA JASPER (Madagascar)
/CROCODILE STONE
A stromatolite rock, which is formed in shallow seas by a buildup of cyanobacteria. That cyanobacteria is eventually fossilized and it’s organic material replaced with silica. A sister stone is found in Mexico called Eldarite or Nebula Stone which is the exact replica of Kambaba Jasper, except the colors are inverted. Kambaba is a green stone with dark orbicles and Nebula is a dark stone with green orbicles. They are in essence made up of the same material, just formed on opposite ends of the earth.
– Associated with the root and heart chakras, zodiac sign of Taurus & vibrates to the number 1.
– Stone of peace & tranquility facilitating connection to ancient Earth wisdom, manifestation, & abundance.
– Reduces negative thought patterns, stress, & nightmares.
– Protective against psychic attack, negative entities, & environmental toxins.
– Increases self-love & expands ability to receive love.
– Supports detox of physical body, assimilation of vitamins & minerals, increases oxygen, strengthens the immune system, is helpful with any issue involving the teeth.

Additional information

Weight 206.1 g
Formation

Palm Stone

Color

Black, Green

Chakra

Heart, Root

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