Creedite usually forms from the oxidation of fluorite ore deposits. Creedite was named after the location where it was discovered in 1916 in the Colorado Fluorspar Co. Mine at Wagon Wheel Gap, located at Creede Quadrangle, Mineral County, Colorado.
Physically, Creedite strengthens the immune system and helps assimilate vitamins A, B, and E. It is thought to heal fractures, torn muscles and ligaments, and to regulate the heartbeat.
You will receive a variation of the specimen pictured. Dimensions are approximately 5" by 4".