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ETIMOLOGY: Its name is due to the chrysanthemum flower from latin chrysanthemum, and Greek χρυσάνθεμο "golden flower".
CRYSTAL SYSTEM: Rhombohedral, scalenohedral and prismatic.
PRINCIPLE OF FORMATION: Secondary.
CLASS MINERAL: Carbonates.
CHEMICAL FORMULA MINERAL ELEMENTS: CaCO3 SiO2.
HARDNESS: 7 on the Mohs scale.
FIEDS: China, Japan, Canada, USA.
MINERALOGY: The material presented in, is very hard, with black shades, worn over the inclusions of quartz or calcite that form unique patterns embedded in the stone that resemble chrysanthemum flower surface.
MYTHOLOGY: The chrysanthemum is the national symbol of Japan, is highly prized because it symbolizes the insignia of the Japanese imperial family, also symbolizes fertility. Chrysanthemum is a solar symbol, in some religious traditions of Asia linked to the ideas of longevity and even inmorctalidad.
PROPERTIES: A stone that radiates harmony, promotes calm and confidence, teaches you to open your mind to dispel the arrogance jealousy, mentally chrysanthemum stone protects you from distractions.
ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus.
USES: decoration, collection, meditation.