Lizardite Heart

This Crystal Rocks!

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Lizardite Heart


per stone

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Trust your intuition and be patient. Release the chains of fear and guilt. Have good emotional boundaries. Awaken the kundalini life-force. Let Lizardite bring you into balance!

PolishShiny & Smooth
QualityAA (quality chart)
ShapeFlat Heart
Average Size1.25 in / 3.2 cm (size chart)
Average Weight0.5 oz / 15 g / 75 carats

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Get it Saturday, Sep 30th

This Crystal Rocks!

Direct from MineEco-Friendly MiningFair WagesMined in USARespects NativesSafe FactorySafe MiningSupports CharityWomen Owned

Lizardite is a fabulous lime-green variety of Serpentine. It's is wonderful to hold during meditation after a yoga practice. It teaches patience, grounding, balance, and encourages us to take good care of our body. It is also a wonderful choice for anyone working on self-love or better emotional boundaries.

Ethically Sourced Lizardite

Know where your crystals come from

This Lizardite comes from the Dypingdal serpentine-magnesite deposit in Viken, Norway.  It is industrially mined for Magnesite, but some of the vivid Lizardite is set aside for the collector’s market.

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

  • Mined in the USA

  • Small Business

  • Mine-to-Market

  • Family Business

  • Woman-Owned

  • Safe Lapidary Conditions

  • Environmentally Friendly Mining

  • Supports Charity Projects

  • Lower Safety Risk for Miners
  • Respects Indigenous Rights

Lizardite Healing, Mineralogy, and History

Published August 2023  •  Read Time: 6 minutes
Lizardite is a member of the Serpentine family.  While the name might appear fanciful, it is a formal scientific name.  This pretty stone was first described in 1955 from a deposit on Lizard Point in Great Britain.  It is a metamorphic rock and its vivid lime-green color is because it was previously an igneous rock studded with Peridot.  Like other varieties of Serpentine, it has a wise and grounded energy.  Lizardite is especially good for teaching patience and non-attachment.  It is a fantastic stone for boundary work and emotional healing. […]

Lizardite Hearts

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

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: Polished by hand, one stone at a time. Each stone is unique and minor variations are what makes them beautiful.

Color: Lime green

Taking Care of Your Healing Crystals

  • Crystal Hearts

    Be gentle with your heart.

  • 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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