Fossilized Palm Root Tumbles
Fossilized Palm Root Tumbles
Fossilized Palm Root Tumbles
Fossilized Palm Root Tumbles
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Fossilized Palm Root Tumbles

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You will receive ONE random tumble

Sizes and weight will vary on stones:

Small - 0.60" x 0.80"  - 10 to 13g each

Medium - 0.75" x 0.95" - 14 to 19g each

Large - 0.95" x 1.15" - 20 to 25g each

These Petrified (Fossilized) Palm Wood, aka Palm Root tumbled stones are thought to provide a grounding, calming, and transformational energy. Some even say protection and luck as well.

Petrified Wood can help one recognize and over-come limiting emotional patterns handed down through one’s ancestors. Often, these emotional patterns were created as survival tools in order to deal with situations one’s ancestors (or parents) encountered, but which are no longer appropriate.

Petrified Wood can help one identify which of these patterns are no longer needed, so such limitations can be cleared, freeing humanity from the destructive echoes of the past, while still keeping the ancient wisdom that can help us return to balance.

Petrified Wood is a wonderful support for all types of physical healing. It is particularly good for balancing the liver and gallbladder. It can assist in cleansing the liver and the blood, and in facilitating proper blood-cell manufacture in the bone marrow.

As the fossilized wood fractured, water containing copper-related minerals flowed through the fractures, leaving deposits with their distinctive colors. Some of the minerals are azurite with its deep blue color. Other minerals are malachite, with its deep green color. Still other minerals are chrysocolla, with its light blue coloration. Some of the surfaces are opalized, leaving a chatoyance that changes colors and brightness as your perspective changes.