Chrysocolla is a hydrated copper silicate of secondary origin with blue, greenish blue, green, blue color similar to turquoise, with a remarkable aesthetic impact and for this reason it is used as a material or as an ornamental stone. It is commonly associated with other copper minerals such as malachite, azurite or cuprite. Chrysocolla's name derives from the Greek "Crysos", gold, and "Kolla", glue, a name due to the use that the ancients made of it, for the welding of gold. It occurs in irregular masses with an opal-like structure, porcelain, earthy and encrusting. It is often sanded to highlight its nuances and is sometimes immersed in cyanurate baths in order to increase the blue-green tint. It is found especially in Chile, New Mexico, Russia in Tagisk in the Urals, southern Africa and in various places in the United States.In crystal therapy it is used to reduce mood swings and stress by establishing a condition of serenity. It also brings physical benefits by acting as a relaxant on muscle contractions.