Larimar is a rare blue variety of pectolite found only in the Dominican Republic, in the Caribbean. Its coloration varies from white, light-blue, green-blue to deep blue.

Although pectolite is found in many locations, none have the unique blue coloration of larimar. This color is the result of copper substitution for calcium. Technically, it is an acid silicate hydrate of calcium and sodium. 
  • Name: Larimar
  • Family: Pectolite  NaCa2Si3O8(OH)
  • Composition: Hydrated sodium calcium silicate with manganese
  • Origin: Dominican Republic, Caribbean
  • Hardness: 4.5-5
  • Color: varies between white, light blue, sky blue, green-blue, and deep blue
  • Cleavage: perfect in two directions, but not seen in this compact form
  • Crystal System: triclinic

Elements: Fire; Water

Chakra: Throat (5th)

Keywords: Calming, emotionally soothing, enhancing communication

"Larimar is one of the cardinal Water element stones, yet it born from volcanic activity. It acts as a balancer of Water and Fire energy in both the physical and emotional is a powerful stone of balance, healing, nurturance...(it's) energy is cooling and helps calm excessive fear and diffuse explosive assists one in effectively communicating one's emotions and one's boundaries" 

The Book of Stones.   Robert Simmons



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