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Mica is the name given to a group of silicate minerals that have silicon and oxygen as their two major components. The Mica family of minerals includes several variations based on chemical composition and characteristics. There are 11 common variations. Mica is a metamorphic mineral. The many variations come from the diverse ways it formed. Mica formations are associated with volcanoes and hydrothermal vents.

The most easily recognizable characteristic are the thin crystal layers. With many micas the sheets peel off in thin transparent layers due to mica’s perfect cleavage. Mica also has a brilliant shininess that glitters and sparkles. In fact the name mica is believed to have come from the Latin word micare which means “to shine.”

Mica is said to enhance flexibility in all realms and also assist growth in those areas. It is used to diminish anger, hostility, and nervous energy. Mica aligns energy of the body and releases blockages of energy within the body. Physically, mica is used in crystal healing and folklore to reduce hunger when fasting, insomnia, mononucleosis symptoms, dehydration. It is also said to provide energy and purpose.
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Lepidolite Mica Specimens
Lepidolite Mica 3 Inch 4-7 Ounce
Sale Price: $5.99
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Gorgeous lavender ledidolite mica is a must for every respectable collection. You will receive one specimen from the lot shown in the photos that is 2 1/2 inch to 3 1/2 inch and weighs 4 to 7 ounces.
Greenback Mine Biotite Mica Specimen 1
Sale Price: $9.99
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This specimen was mined at the historic Greenback Mine in Woody, CA, a former copper mine well known in Southern California.
Lepidolite Mica Tourmaline Specimens
Lepidolite Mica & Green Tourmaline 2 Inch 3-6 Ounce
Sale Price: $11.99
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UNIQUE Specimens! Gorgeous lavender ledidolite mica with green tourmaline mixed through out the specimens. These look nicer in person than in the photographs. You will receive one specimen that is 2 inch to 2 1/2 inch and weighing 3 to 6 ounces.