Howlite Polished Points
-Natural howlite stones that have been fashioned into a point or tower-like form are known as howlite polished points.
-They can be used for metaphysical or display purposes and are typically 3 to 4 inches tall.
-Howlite is well known for its relaxing effects and is frequently used for meditation and stress reduction.
-The stone is a popular choice for use in crystal grids or for carrying in a pocket because of its polished surface, which offers a smooth and calming touch.
-Howlite is a soft mineral that may be easily carved and shaped into a variety of shapes, including polished points.
Howlite is a calcium borosilicate compound that occurs naturally as a mineral. It typically has a powdery, porous texture and is white or light gray in hue. Due to its porous surface and the fact that it is frequently colored to mimic other stones, it is frequently confused for other minerals, such as turquoise. The mineral was first identified in 1868 in Nova Scotia, Canada, and was given that country's geologist and chemist Henry How's name. Turkey and the western United States are the places where howlite is most frequently found. Howlite is a "soft" stone in the world of gems and minerals and is frequently used for carving and jewelry manufacturing. Additionally well-known are its metaphysical qualities, such as calming the mind, reducing stress, and promoting sleep.