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This naturally occurring desert flower is made up of Selenite (gypsum)
and Barite, with sand inclusions. The petals are created by crystals
forming along gypsum's characteristic cleavage planes. The desert rose
form in arid conditions by evaporation of shallow salt basins over
millions of years. White sands, New Mexico, is an oasis of gypsum sand
dunes created by evaporation at Lake Lucero's Alkali Flats. Each package
contains one such "flower," allowing you to carry it with you for
protection and to bring the energetic qualities of the minerals with you
wherever you go. Each stone measures approximately 1 1/2" in diameter.