Labradorite Meaning and Healing Benefits

Large natural Labradorite tumbled gemstone next to wooden fence

Main Meaning

Transformation ~ Success ~ Powerful Protector 

Psychic Abilities

Chakra: Third Eye, Crown and Throat

Birthstone: February and March (By Month) - Leo, Scorpio and Sagittarius (By Zodiac Sign)

Wedding Anniversary: N/A


Benefits for your Mind 

Strengthens intuition ~ Enthusiasm ~ Stress and Anxiety reliever ~ Helps you to feel protected and resistant to depression and feelings of hopelessness ~ Enhances strength of self worth ~ Helps to banish Fears ~ Insecurities ~ Patience.


Benefits for your Body

Eye disorders ~ Colds and Flu ~ Bronchitis ~ Gout ~ Rheumatism ~ Lowers blood pressure ~ Balances hormones ~ Period pain ~ Regulates metabolism ~ Removes warts by positioning on top of a wart and cover with tape) ~ Helps you to recover more quickly from illness.


Benefits for your Soul

Awakens your inner spirit ~ Increases and heightens psychic abilities ~ Powerful protector from negative energies ~ Removes bad habits ~ Self discovery ~ Attracts good-luck to you ~ Success ~ Transformation and change ~ Strengthens and protects your Aura by sealing the Aura from any energy leaks ~ Strengthens trust in the universe ~ Removes other peoples negative projections including negative thoughts that may be hooked into your own Aura.

*Labradorite is also known as the Magical Gemstone of Transformation and change to awaken your Magical, Mystical and Psychic abilities.



A Little History

Labradorite was named after the place it was first discovered in 1770, Paul Island, near the town of Nain in the region of Labrador, Canada and during this time Canadians believed that this particular Gemstone was created solely from frozen ice.

Other Nationalities around the world believed that the Northern Lights were once trapped inside these Gemstones.

When you look closely and very carefully rotate these Gemstones slowly, you will occasionally (depending on each Gemstone) see a type of electric blue flash within them, this is known as the phenomenon Labradorescence of which is a play of iridescent reflections caused by internal structures within these Gemstones.

Labradorite was also found in Finland during the 1940's and at this time was first introduced to the Gemstone industry under the trade name of Spectrolite.

Today Labradorite is widely used throughout the Architecture, Construction and Building industries, with very large slices of this Gemstone placed on the front of buildings and is also used in pebble dashing (Mixed with mortar and used as a coating for external walls) as although very expensive, Labradorite is an excellent thermal conductor and saves on the actual cost of heating large buildings.

Being an excellent thermal conductor, they are also used on railway tracks and for expensive floor tiles.


Mohs Scale: 6 - 6.5

(The Scale Number from 1 to 10 given to Gemstones based on their hardness and ability to Scratch another Gemstone)


 Please Note:

*As Genuine Gemstones are naturally formed, please be aware that any markings and colours/shades may vary slightly from one Gemstone to another.

**All content on Gemstones throughout our website is for informational purposes only, for any health related illness's/conditions, please seek advice from your health care practitioner.