Genuine Halite (Salt) Crystal specimen - great classroom resource or mineral collectible.
Approximately 3"x 2-3"- photo is representative of the one you will receive. Amazing natural pink color.
Halite is a crystalline mineral composed of of sodium Chloride (NaCl). It forms by evaporation on floors of dried lakes in arid climates. Halite has a pleasant, salty taste, unlike other salts that taste bitter-- like potassium and magnesium. Halite is commonly known as rock salt and is used for seasoning. Halite is used in food preserving and in the making of soda, hydrochloric acid, and sodium. It is also an important ingredient in human and animal diets. For those into metaphysical properties - Pink Halite is purported to harmonize the heart and solar plexus chakras, making it a wonderful stone to promote self-love.
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