White Howlite Bracelet with Black Onyx Accents
This Hand Crafted White Howlite Bracelet with Black Onyx Accents is comprised of howlite beads with black onyx accent beads strung with a very strong elastic. Howlite is a lovely stone to use when needing to reduce anxiety, tensions, and stress. Howlite can be used to facilitate awareness, encourage emotional expression, and assist in the elimination of pain, stress, and/or rage.
- The Hand Crafted White Howlite Bracelet is comprised of howlite beads with black onyx accent beads strung with a very strong elastic.
- Howlite is one of the “attunement stones” which links the user to higher spiritual consciousness. Howlite opens and prepares the mind to receive the energies and wisdom of attunements.
- Howlite is a lovely stone to use when needing to reduce anxiety, tensions, and stress. Howlite can be used to facilitate awareness, encourage emotional expression, and assist in the elimination of pain, stress, and/or rage.
- Howlite will calm and soothe the emotions, slow the overactive mind, and help to achieve a night of deep and restful sleep. Howlite can help to access/retrieve wisdom during the dream state and bring it back into consciousness upon waking.
- Howlite brings mental awareness, both to current and past-life issues, and facilitates a calm communication of these issues. Keep a piece of Howlite in your pocket to absorb anger and negative energy. Meditating with Howlite can help one to connect with the higher realms, allowing for greater communication of higher frequencies into the higher chakras, to be assimilated by the unconscious mind, which helps one to slowly remove the veils blocking truth. Howlite strengthens positive character traits, removing selfishness, rude behavior, and greed.
- Physically, Howlite can help with the absorption of calcium into the bones and teeth and can balance the emotions. Howlite also assists in relaxing and releasing muscular tension.
What is Howlite?
Howlite is a borate mineral found in sedimentary rock. It was first discovered in Canada in 1868 by Henry How, a Canadian chemist, mineralogist, and geologist. A group of miners brought it to his attention when they came across it while mining, finding it to be a nuisance because it was harder to mine than gypsum.
Henry How named the mineral “silico-boro-calcite”, but later it was given the name Howlite by James Dwight Dana, an American geologist, and mineralogist.
- Visual characteristics of Howlite used in this White Howlite Bracelet
- At the source, Howlite is usually found in irregularly shaped nodules that look a bit like the head of cauliflower. Howlite in crystal form (as shown in the above picture) is rare.
- Howlite has a white marble-like appearance with threaded gray, black, or brown veins running through it. Some forms of Howlite are just pure white, however.
- Howlite is a porous stone that can absorb dye well, which is why it’s often used to imitate other gems.
- Category: Inoborates
- Formula (repeating unit): Ca2B5SiO9(OH)5
- Strunz classification: 6.CB.20
- Dana classification: 184.108.40.206
- Crystal system: Monoclinic
- Crystal class: Prismatic (2/m) (same H-M symbol)
- Color: White, colorless
- Crystal habit: Massive to nodular, occurs as tabular prisms flattened parallel to 
- Cleavage: None
- Fracture: Conchoidal, uneven
- Mohs scale hardness: 3.5
- Luster: Subvitreous, glimmering
- Specific gravity: 2.53 – 2.59