Fluorite Tumblestone

Fluorite Tumblestone

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20-30mm - Sold Individually

Origin:  South Africa

Crystal Details: Fluorite has one of the widest colour ranges of any natural mineral and with the translucency, the colours are often bright and vibrant.  However, in its purest form it is colourless.  It is also called fluorspar.

Chemical Composition: CaF2 (Calcium Fluoride) 

Hardness:  On Mohs scale of mineral hardness - grade 4 (1 being softest, 10 being hardest)

Colour:  Purple, clear, blue, green, yellow, brown, pink, red, black, rainbow. Transparent or semi-translucent.

Uses: Crystals are a gift of nature that have been cherished and appreciated by humankind for for millennia. There are countless ways we can incorporate crystals into our daily lives. Placed around the home, worn as jewellery or simply held in the hand they remind us of our relationship with nature and Mother Earth.


It is known that crystals, due to their atomic makeup, hold heat and focus light energy, the often used example is quartz crystals being used in watches to generate an electric charge. Beyond this, it is said that crystals and gemstones have different energies that can be used to enhance your own energetic vibrations. Each gemstone is known for its unique 'energetic' properties.


Properties:  Meditation – Concentration – Balancing – New Experiences

Fluorite clears the mind of stress and aids sleep. It helps with decisions, patience and concentration and intuition, brings order into chaos. It helps to clear negativity out of a room, protects from electromagnetic and computer interferences and is useful after radiation therapy. Depending on its colour, it will affect us in different ways. Green stills the mind and heart; blue works on the throat and is soothing, calming; yellow helps to bring focus; rainbow is good with change.

Tip:  Fluorite opens the heart, throat, brow and crown chakras bring balance and healing.

Historical Uses/Folklore: The name fluorite originates from the Latin word 'fluere' meaning 'to flow'. It is known to have been used in Ancient Egypt and was also mined by the Romans. The largest ever Fluorite cube was found in Russia, it weighed 16 tonnes and was 2.12 meters wide. Fluorite was first mined commercially in 1933.  Industrially, it is used in some glasses and polymers. Some synthetically grown transparent fluorite goes into creating lenses for microscopes and telescopes, and in some camera lenses.

Chakra:  Brow (Ajna)

Please Note:
  • Each crystal is unique so the size, shape and colour of the product you will receive may differ slightly from the products shown in the image.
  • Please note that all metaphysical or healing properties listed are collected from various sources. This information is offered as a service and not meant to treat medical conditions. Mandara Crystals does not guarantee the validity of any of these statements.