Healite is composed of the crystals Calcite, Dolomite, Diopside, Lizardite Serpentine, and Phlogopite Mica, with minor amounts of Copper, Chlorine, Barium, Aluminum, and occasional gold spots of Troilite, a rare iron sulphide mineral found in meteorites.
Healite – also known as The First Life Stone – is a piece of the Earth from The Cradle of Life in South Africa.
This ancient land was the home of the First Life on this planet, a bacteria, and is called the Cradle of Life by the scientific community. The ‘cradle’ is situated between Pretoria and Barberton in South Africa, and is near “the Cradle of Mankind” where the most ancient human remains have been found.
Healite clears physical pain, at least in degrees, and is best used by placing it against the skin, directly on the body, for it is believed to absorb pain. Healite must be cleared of the energy it has absorbed by any of several methods: contact with Selenite, smudging with Sage smoke, rinsing in running water, or laying atop the soil of a potted plant.