Sandstone from Kanab, Utah is notable for the amazing abstract images that form on its surface. Kanab sandstone is often specially cut to enhance and showcase these beautiful patterns. Embrace the uniqueness of this type of sandstone, for no two specimens show the same picture.
Some of Utah’s mining circles call Kanab sandstone “picturestone” for the patterns created on its surface.
Sandstone is a type of sedimentary rock. It forms when mineral and rock grains bind together into one solid form. It typically is found in shades of brown and white and has been mined worldwide.
Kanab Sandstone is specific to Kanab, Utah in the United States.
Sandstone is typically associated with the sacral chakra.
You can place Kanab Sandstone in full moon moonlight to energize. It can also be moved through sage smoke or incense, placed in rice, or buried in the earth overnight.
Sandstone is associated with Gemini.
Sandstone is thought to strengthen the bones and treat the eyes, hair, and nails.
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Kanab Sandstone at Crystal Life
We hand-select all our stones here at Crystal Life. After hundreds of thousands of years in the earth, they are eager to begin work with their new human partners! When stones arrive at Crystal Life they are welcomed warmly by staff members and the store’s resident nature spirits. The stones are energetically cleared on a regular basis, to help them maintain their own inherent peaceful characteristics and personalities while being visited by so many store guests.
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