Discover the unique and mesmerizing beauty of hyalite opal, also known as kryptonite. This exotic mineral is unlike anything else you’ve ever seen before, with a glass-like bubbly texture and even its very own fluorescent display. Formed over many years from silica and other elements such as aluminum, iron and even uranium – yes, that’s right uranium! – this special opal makes for an extraordinary inclusion to any mineral collection. but is hyalite opal dangerous? Good news: while uranium gives rare hyalite opals their green fluorescence, the stones aren’t actually dangerous. The amount and type of uranium in the stone is astronomically small, and fully contained within the crystal.
Hyalite or Water Opal is a neutral coloured amorphous silica glass containing about 3-8 percent water. It forms in botryoidal (grape bunch) masses and other unusual shapes.
It is often used for attracting ones needs, such as resources, wealth or companionship.