Howlite is a borate ore found in fossil rock. It is usually a white or light gray opaque and a gray, black or brown porous stone. It is named after Henry Howe, the scientist who brought the crystal to the academic level in 1868. Howlite is also known as White Buffalo, Sacred Buffalo, Lapis Howlite, White Turquoise, Silico Boro Calcite, and Kaolinite. Howlite can be found in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and New Brunswick. It is also found in the USA, Russia, Germany, Mexico, Namibia, Pakistan, and Turkey.
Howlite is a very diverse gemstone that can be used in many different ways. Although Howlite is generally inexpensive, it has many advantages over becoming a popular stone for use in jewelry construction. According to the beliefs of the Crystal healers, it can easily get rid of harmful thoughts and feelings and ensure a peaceful atmosphere!. Howlite is also suitable for high-quality fashion jewelry when beautifully designed and paired with high-quality materials.