- Azurite can become malachite because it is unstable in the open air. It will later be called ”azurite-malachite" in trade.
- In ancient Egypt his jewel has been used as a pigment in ointments. Azurite was extracted 5000 years ago. Azurite came from Armenia and Cyprus during the Greek and Roman periods. It was called "Armenian stone" or "lapis armenis". In the Middle Ages, azurite came from Hungary and Germany.
- Azurite was once mixed with alcohol and sucked into the throats of people suffering from angina.
- The effects of azurite remain for a long time. It strengthens the properties of all other blue stones. To enhance the overall well-being or the effects of other blue stones, crush a pea-sized azurite piece and pour it into a liter of distilled water (never mineral or spring water!). Let him rest for one night. Take a water spoon every morning and every evening.
- The rest should not be consumed but should be applied to a painful or injured area with a cotton tip.