What does Bloodstone Look Like?


A bloodstone, or heliotrope, is a hard, smooth, dark green mineral. The stone has flecks of red which are caused by red jasper or iron oxide.
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Bloodstone also known as The Matyr's gem is a green jasper with bright red spots that are iron oxide. This used to be the birthstone for March back in the day.
In my experience, a bloodstone looks like a vivid green stone with red spots. These spots look like droplets of blood on the green stone. It is often polished for jewelry.
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