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Kunzite

Description
A lilac-colored spodumene used as a gemstone.

Properties
bulletKunzite is said to help one to understand and interact better with others.
bullethelps heal "broken hearts".
bulletrelieves stress and anger.
bulletbrings love, peace and harmony.
bulletremoves obstacles.
bullethelps strengthen the circulatory system.
bullethelpful in the treatment of lung disorders.
bulletis associated with the heart chakra.

Etymology
Named after George Frederick Kunz (18561932), American gemologist.
Origin of the word Kunzite at Etymonline.com (currently empty)

General Reference
Kunzite at Wikipedia

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