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Tourmaline is one of the most varying minerals. What we refer to as "tourmaline" commonly alludes to the black schorl formation that is most often seen - but tourmaline forms in a spectrum of colors, from pink and red (rubellite), orange, yellow (called "canary" tourmaline when true yellow), green (verdelite), blue (indicolite), purple, and white or clear (achroite). Some can even have an ombre, multi-color effect, like watermelon tourmaline.
Tourmaline has a columnar mineral structure, forming like rods on or within a matrix. While tourmaline is a common mineral found all over the world, gem grade specimens are most often sourced from Brazil and several African countries. The metaphysical properties of tourmaline vary widely depending on the variety, but the most commonly seen black variety is a powerfully grounding stone.
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