Thomsonite is a rare member of the zeolite group. It was named after Thomas Thomson in 1820, a Scottish chemist who discovered the stone in the Kilpatrick Hills of Dunbartonshire, in west-central Scotland.
Thomsonite is utilized to lower the heat of fevers. It is also used to treat cysts and oral fungus and to stimulate the thymus. Thomsonite is used to induce mental clarity.
Height - 9cm
Width - 6cm