Eudialyte Bracelet

Eudialyte Bracelet


per stone

Loving Kindness

Embrace and follow your true "Heart Path". Realize the vastness of your real worth. Be more present within your own body. Accept gifts of abundance from the Divine. Let Eudialyte inspire you to treat yourself well!

ShapeChip Bead
TransparencyTranslucent to Opaque
Circumference7 in / 18 cm - Average Woman 
Bead Size0.3 in / 6-10 mm chips
Average Weight0.6 oz / 18 g / 90 carats

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Eudialyte Healing Properties

Rare Eudialyte from Sweden! Most of the Eudialyte on the market comes from the nearby Kola Peninsula in Russia, but these sweet babies are from further west. They were hand-collected by an old prospector who specializes in rare Nordic crystals. He sends his rough stones to a lapidary to be polished. The left over chips he has strung into beads so that there is no waste. Each Eudialyte bracelet is a combination of several minerals, the pink parts are the Eudialyte, the black is most likely Aegirine and the white Albite (aka: Moonstone).

Ethically Sourced Eudialyte

Know where your crystals come from

This Eudialyte come from a prospector exploring in Sweden.  They were mined using hand tools and have the lowest-environmental impact and is low risk for the miner.

This gem dealer is a Danish prospector. He runs a small one-man wholesale business. He prospects for stones across northern Europe and Greenland. Rough stones are sent to China to be drum-tumbled. Factory conditions are safe for workers.

I first met this source at the 2020 Tucson Gem Show. I was looking for a better source for Nuummite and found a new one that specialized in stones from Greenland and Northern Europe. The owner is an old prospector who has been in the business for almost 50 years and he has STORIES! We talked for 2 hours straight and he provided me with incredibly detailed information. Without reservation, I bought some of everything.

  • Fair Wages

  • Legally Mined

  • Small Business

  • Mine-to-Market

  • Safe Lapidary Conditions

  • Environmentally Friendly Mining

  • Lower Safety Risk for Miners

Eudialyte Healing, Mineralogy, and History

Published September 2016  •  Updated July 2022  •  Read Time: 6 minutes
Eudialyte is rosy red mineral that grows in igneous rocks.  It is principally mined as a minor ore for Zirconium, but some pretty crystals are set aside for the collector’s market.  It contains a tiny amount of Uranium, a fact which worries some crystal healers, but does not at alarm geologists who understand the scale and scope.  Most of the Eudialyte on the market comes from the far North, including Canada, Greenland and Russia, and its associated with legends from the indigenous peoples near the arctic.  Eudialyte is a stone of courage and self-love.  Its energy encourages us to have good boundaries and to resist self-destructive behaviors and habits. […]

Tumbled Eudialyte

What You’ll Receive: 1 Stone - 100% natural Eudialyte

Selection Process: The stone I select for you will be carefully chosen for its beauty and appeal. If combined with other stones, I always take time to choose stones that look and feel good together.

Polishing Method: Drum polished. Each stone is unique and minor variations are what makes them beautiful.

Color: Pink, green and black

Taking Care of Your Healing Crystals

  • Crystals Sturdy For Pocket

    This stone is sturdy enough to be carried daily.

  • Crystals Keep In Shade

    Keep it in the shade to protect its colour.

  • Crystals Safe In Elixir

    This stone is safe to use in direct-infusion elixirs.


All Orders are shipped Next Business Day

  • Domestic First-Class averages 3-7 days.
  • International First Class averages 2-3 weeks.

Environmentally-Friendly Materials

  • Shipping envelopes, paperwork & boxes are recyclable
  • Shipping peanuts & bubble-wrap are biodegradable
  • ‘Plastic’ bags are plant-based & compostable


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