Apache Tears Obsidian

About Apache Tears

  • One day a party of Apache Indians was attacked by an enemy tribe. The Apaches fought bravely but were greatly few and their arrows were gone and they were unable to fight and to avoid capture they jumped down from the cliffs to their death.
  • Their women were naturally heart-struck and wept over the bodies below the cliff and as it was full cycle of the moon their tear drops froze when they hit the ground which became the lovely stones we know today named as Apache Tears. It is said that whomever holds one of these stones will never cry again, just for the reason that Apache women had already wept into enough tears.
  • Apache Tears are a variety of Obsidian, a silica rich glassy volcanic rock, which is discovered from Mexico and South West of United States of America.




  • Apache Tears are considered to be the best in soothing grief and sadness, and also help in giving and receiving forgiveness. They are helpful in releasing negative emotions of the user and they also can balance our emotional state.
  • They are also considered as good luck stones, which is said to bring good luck to the user. They also work as an excellent meditation tools, especially for clarifying issues and gaining awareness.
  • Apache Tears is a very soft base stone.They are also considered as good luck stones, which helps in bringing good luck to anyone who owns one.



Healing Properties

  • Apache tears clear the toxins present in the body, reduces muscle spasms and cramps, and is also beneficial in the absorption of vitamins and minerals.
  • Apache tears gives inner growth and clear vision to its wearer, relieve sadness and loneliness, and also protect against nightmares when it is kept under the pillow. They are also considered in balancing emotions.



  • Apache tears can be used to calm heavy sadness or pain. As they won’t remove all the pain, but they will help the person in relieving the grief. They are also useful to increase psychic awareness.




  • Apache tears gemstones are found in Arizona. Also seen in Mexico and South West of United States of America.


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