Apache tears are small obsidian droplets, which form when lava solidifies as it falls to the ground, after it is ejected during a volcanic eruption. These dark drops may be rough, polished, or still in their perlite matrix and are translucent when held up to a bright light. Apache tears are said to be gentle healers for grief. As with other forms of obsidian, this fiery stone is also said to be grounding and protecting, and may aid in forgiveness. Apache Tears were named such after a tragic massacre of Apache Indians. Please note that while this description does not go into the history or details of this tribe or event, it is highly recommended that you continue to learn more about this part of history on your own.
You will receive one (1) stone similar to those shown.