Its name is derived from a visual effect, or sheen, caused by light diffraction within a micro-structure. Moonstone has been used in jewelry for millennia, including ancient civilizations. The Romans admired moonstone, as they believed it was born from solidified rays of the Moon. Both the Romans and Greeks associated moonstone with their lunar deities. In more recent history, moonstone became popular during the Art Nouveau period.

In India, Moonstone has always been a sacred stone, with a special significance for lovers. It is also a talisman for the inward journey, and meditation with it can take one deep into the self.

Physical: Aids women in comfortable regulation of their cycle.

Emotional: Encourages calmness, patience and inner tranquility.

Spiritual: Stimulates inner reflection.

Chakras: Third Eye and Crown

Element: Wind

V for Visesa