Aragonite has the same chemical composition as Calcite, but it crystallises in a different way. It was named after the Spanish province and River of Aragon in Spain, where it was discovered in the late 18th Century. It comes in a variety of forms, perhaps the best known is the small red Sputnik variety, although it also grows in a formation called 'floss ferri' or Iron Flower, with intricate white, branch-like crystals.
Red, White, Blue, Brown
3.5 - 4
Spain, Pakistan, Madagascar, Canada, Peru
Crown, Third Eye, Throat, Heart, Solar Plexus, Sacral, Root