Chemical element: Bi.
Though virtually unseen in nature, high-purity bismuth can form distinctive, colourful hopper crystals.
It is relatively nontoxic and has a low melting point just above 271 °C, so crystals may be grown using a household stove, although the resulting crystals will tend to be lower quality than lab-grown crystals.
Bismuth is a crystalline, brittle metal that is silvery-white with an iridescent hue. As an elemental metal, its number is 83 on the Periodic Table. Bismuth is often lab-created.
Rainbow colored Bismuth can be a wonderful stone to use for focus, visualization, and shamanic journeying. It can prevent you from becoming overwhelmed by all of your responsibilities while at the same time increasing your energy levels to deal with them.
Bismuth relieves feelings of loneliness or isolation. It is a stone of transformation and change, helping to adapt to change with calm assurance. Bismuth encourages cohesiveness, so would be very helpful in a group and/or relationship dynamics.
Physically, use Bismuth to reduce fevers; find new treatments to deal with chronic illnesses and ease the effects of degenerative muscle conditions