Overview:Zoisite is named after Austrian scientist Baron Sigmund Zois von Edelstein (Baron von Zois) who discovered the mineral in the Sau-Alp mountains of Austria in 1805. Zoisite is a calcium aluminium hydroxy silicate belonging to the epidote group of minerals. Zoisite was first known as Saualpite after its type locality. The mineral crystalizes in othorhombic system, is usually gray although it can be brownish, greenish, or bluish
Usage:Wearing Zoisite can work like a mantra, gently calling you back to what you really want to be doing. Strengthens heart, energy, adrenals and reproductive Chakra. It relieves lethargy and boosts
physical energy. It offers stamina to the mental processes, facilitating advancements of the wearer's goals. Stimulates the mind and powerfully amplifying both mental and psychic talents.
blue, violet, green, brown, pink, yellow, gray, colourless
In 1894 it was found by the mineral dealer Simon
Prešern at the Svinška Planina in Carinthia. It was
brought to Sigmund Zois, who determined the until then
unknown mineral and informed European minerologists.
In 1985, after full investigations, it was named Zoisite.
Tanzania (tanzanite), Kenya (anyolite), Norway (thulite),
Switzerland, Austria, India, Pakistan, and the USA.