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Cadmium Smithsonite from the Sheshodonnell Mine, Carron, , County Clare, Ireland.
Weighs 21.6 grams
Measures 30mm x 20mm
Smithsonite is the perfect stone to boost psychic gifts.
In addition Smithsonite can help with many problems, one of its greatest attributes is its action to relieve stress, and to boost your immune system.
This is a great crystals to use if you are stressed, and especially if you who feel you may be heading for a nervous breakdown, this stone is well known for its ability to help you to feel better quickly.
Cadmium Smithsonite may be particularly advantageous to stimulate your personal power.
It will also help you to speak considerately and tactfully when needed, and can aid in the building of trust between work colleagues.
Sheshodonnell Mine, Carron, , County Clare, Ireland.
MINDAT web site writes :-
The Sheshodonnell Mine is "situated in the midst of one of Europe's best examples of limestone karst scenery, this tiny, Victorian lead mine hosts the most remarkable deposit of smithsonite in the British Isles. Amazingly the sphalerite vein in the mine had been completely altered to green, yellow, grey and white botryoidal smithsonite!"
The mine was "worked on a very small scale from about 1862-1863 in a vein varying from about 30-45 cm in width and was worked by a shallow trench over a distance of about 100 meters. All of the smithsonite was originally left in the spoil as a gangue mineral and Russell, in 1917 stated that at that time 3 or 4 tons of smithsonite was visible on the spoil site! Sadly virtually none remains today as most has been bulldozed down the shaft and whatever scraps were left have been long ago collected."