Definitions for "Apatite"
Native phosphate of lime, occurring usually in six-sided prisms, color often pale green, transparent or translucent.
Phosphate mineral, which can be in three forms depending on its chemistry. Forms are Fluorapatite (fluorine-rich), Chlorapatite (chlorine-rich and Hydroxylapatite (rich in hyrdroxides). It is also what most teeth of mammals are made of!... More
A relatively common mineral available in a wide and range of attractive colors: pink, yellow, green, blue, violet and colorless (white). Clear, gem quality crystals, are rare and usually small. It is a softer stone, not well suited to rings, but an excellent choice for earrings. Known to promote communication and mental clarity.
Strengthens muscle tissue, aids in coordinating basic motor responses. Assists people suffering from stuttering and used in the treatment of hypertension.
Optimara super miniature variety. See Little Apatite.
Keywords:  appetite, confused, eat, desire
Not to be confused with appetite, the desire to eat