Its name comes from Greek “chrysos” -gold and “kola”- glue, because in ancient Greece (315 A.C.) this stone was used for welding gold.
In the Middle Age alchemists used the pulverized stone to relieve labor pains.
Native Americans used it to calm emotions, while the Egyptians considered it a symbol of wisdom.
This stone infuses peace and serenity, giving joy. It strengthens hope and is a symbol of friendship.