Keywords: Enhanced digestion and assimilation, Discharge of toxic substances and energies, Blending love and will
Chakras: Solar Plexus (3rd), Heart (4th)
Pyromorphite is a lead phosphate mineral with a hardness of 3.5 to 4. Its crystal system is hexagonal (trigonal). Its color is most frequently a pea-green, but it can also be brown, yellow, orange or gray. It forms in short hexagonal prismatic crystals, but it can also occur in granular, globular, earthy, botryoidal, fibrous or reniform habits. It is a transparent to translucent mineral with a resinous to adamantine luster. It forms as a secondary mineral in the oxidation zones of lead veins. Good crystals have been found in Germany, Great Britain, Australia and the USA.