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Coral

Description
A hard chalky substance of various colours, formed from the skeletons of tiny invertebrate marine animals.

Properties
bulletCoral can be used to reconnect with nature and its variety of wonders.
bulletCoral attracts love and prosperity, particularly red coral, which is a stone of passion.
bulletCoral cbrings out the qualities of creativity and optimism.
bulletCoral cbrings inner peace, strength, and understanding of purpose.
bulletCoral cis used for general healing, blood and circulatory system issues, kidney, bladder, epilepsy, bone and bone marrow, eye problems, and the respiratory system.

Etymology
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Origin of the word Coral at Etymonline.com

General Reference
Coral at Wikipedia

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