Celestite

Celestite is a strontium sulfate mineral with a hardness of 3 to 3.5. Its name derives from the Latin caelestis meaning “heavenly” or “of the sky”, inspired by its delicate blue crystals. Celestite is typically found in sedimentary rocks, particularly in cavities in sandstone or limestone. It has an orthorhombic crystal system and occurs in massive, fibrous, granular or nodular forms. Celestite is most often found in geodes. Strontium from celestite has a chemical property that produces a characteristic red flame, and as a result, is commonly used as an additive in pyrotechnics to add brilliant red color to fireworks!

Cleansing, Clears attachments, infections, or weakness, Activates metabolism and kidney function.