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- Coffee bean stone goes by many different names: coffee bean jasper, chohua jasper, flower jasper/stone, grass stone, Chinese picture jasper, and Chinese painting stone.
- Using the term jasper for this material is incorrect. Coffee bean stones are not a type of jasper at all.
- It is a type of sedimentary rock, but the specifics are unknown. Most sources say it's a type of dendritic siltstone, but some specimens may be limestone as well.
- On the MOHS scale hardness, it ranges from 3½- 6½, sometimes in the same stone.
- Coffee bean stones are formed by ancient rivers over long periods of time.
- The patterns on coffee bean stone were formed over the ages by weathering and seepage of iron, manganese, and chlorine that interact with volcanic ash.
- Coffee bean stones were discovered in 1979.
- They are normally found in Southern China, but specimens have been found in Africa and India as well.
- Metaphysically, coffee bean stone holds a strong access to Mother Nature energies which instigates fast, instinctive rejoinders without forfeiting logic. It further persuades others to deem the skills of the carrier of high value.
- It draws out pessimism and negativity, while the right behaviors that can help its carrier to look forward in life with confidence.
- Coffee bean stone also provides stamina, compassion, humbleness, and even liberality.