Labradorite originates from the Labrador region of Canada, where it originated. It is also known as "Labradorite". Labradorite combines a variety of elemental crystalline minerals. Under the overlapping layers, it interferes and diffracts light, changes the angle of light exposure, and a colorful halo appears. This phenomenon is called "Labradorite phenomenon", so Labradorite is also called "spectral stone".
Labradorite is one of the few gemstones that can correspond to the eighth chakra, and it is a very special mineral. You can see more colors from Labradorite, which means that the energy brought by Labradorite is more diverse.