Labradorite is a mineral of the silicates group subgroup tectosilicates, the family of plagioclase feldspars.
Its name comes from the area where it was discovered namely, Labrador, New-lands in Canada.
It is found primarily in Canada but also the United States, Finland, France, Madagascar, Russia and Ukraine.
They say the Labradorite it's a great protective stone;
it absorbs human negative energy;
it is a bouclié associated with a sponge;
it develops magnetism.