Tourmaline

Etymologically, the term “Tourmaline” derives from Sinhala, the language spoken in Sri Lanka, “thuramali”, literally: the stone of a thousand colors. Its origin is magmatic in granite and pegmatite. These stones are distinguished by their vitreous luster and a wide variety of colors.

Most tourmalines are pink or green, but there are also blue, yellow, orange, or gray tourmalines. In the jewelry world, one of the most popular colors of tourmaline is pink. This is a pure shade that approaches pink sapphire.

It has the ability to absorb all positive vibrations. Psychologically, it is a great ally for those who practice meditation, because it helps calm emotions.