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Any of a group of minerals found in transparent or coloured (pink, blue, green or black) crystalline form in granites and gneisses.

bulletTourmaline increases flexibility, happiness, objectivity, compassion and serenity.
bulletTourmaline enhances tolerance and understanding.
bulletTourmaline is a stone that is very helpful for channeling.
bulletTourmaline is a very protecting stone.
bulletTourmaline is often associated with the heart chakra, particularly watermelon tourmaline, where it opens one to accept love. Other colors of tourmaline are associated with the chakra of the same color.

French, from Sinhalese toramalli, carnelian.
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