Agatized Coral occurs when silica in the ocean water hardens, replacing the limy corals with a form of quartz mineral known as Agate, a variety of Chalcedony. This long fossilization process (20–30 million years) results in the formation of a "pseudomorph," meaning that one mineral has replaced another without having lost its original form. "Agatized Coral can be used to support trauma therapy and assists in working through emotional issues from dysfunctional families or relationships. Use Agatized Coral to alleviate weakness in the bones from osteoporosis and brittle bone disease.
Stone Sizes Range From - 5/8" - 1 1/4"
Ruby City Gems & Minerals
130 E. Main St.
Franklin, NC 28734
Phone: 828-524-3967 or 800-821-RUBY