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Black stone appears to be just what its name indicates – a stone dyed black or ink colored, sometimes natural. While it mimics onyx, it is discernible from this since it lacks the luster of onyx. One author, writing about gemstones, speculated that black stone could be reconstituted black obsidian, black agate, black onyx or simply a black rock. Due to this conundrum, it is impossible to narrow down its geographic location or suspected powers. Don't you just love a mystery? Black has traditionally been used for protection and to absorb negative energy.
This type of quartz with its golden luster has yellow and brown stripes and a strong chatoyance or sheen sometimes referred to as "eye". Thus the stone's name is based on its resemblance to the eye of the tiger. Red tiger eye is usually heat treated. Many new bright blue or "peacock" Tiger Eyes are dyed. Some feel this stone can be effective for those who are stubborn since it is purported to pull one into a more positive and flexible attitude. Others wear tigereye to give them courage and strengthen their convictions. It has also been said to be an appropriate stone for easing sexual tension between partners. It is maintained that tigereye helps with heart disease, psoriasis, bronchial asthma and high blood pressure.
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