Azurite usually forms when carbon-dioxide-laden waters descend into the Earth and react with copper ore. This dissolves some of the copper, carrying it in the already carbon dioxide rich water further into the Earth. Due to it being a liquid, it will fill cavities, fractures and chasms. Many different reactions and processes then have to occur for the formation of the azurite. Azurite is not a common mineral by any format, and often will form alongside malachite creating azurmalachite. It is most often used in jewelry, but is a very soft mineral coming in at only 3.5 on the mohs hardness scale.
Metaphysical: According to those who practice metaphysicality, azurite helps develop intuition and psychic relations. It supposedly assists in enlightenment.
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