Chemical Formula: SiO2
A form of chalcedony, Jasper is a dense and opaque variety of quartz. Its coloration is commonly red due to the inclusion of iron, though it may vary drastically. Jaspers are found all over the world, occurring in volcanic cracks, veins, and cavities. Individual names are generally based on location or appearance.
Jasper helps with grounding our energy, helping us feel more present, alert, and positive. Properties can vary depending on the type of Jasper, but overall, keeping a jasper nearby will bring positive energy to any environment.