Leopard’s skin is another kind of jasper and belongs to the Chalcedony family. It owes its name to the brown-beige colored stones with “spots” and/or bands of darker colors (red, pink, brown, black, gray, and/or olive green) which resemble the spots found on a Leopard. It is a 6.5-7 of hardness in the scale of Mohs. Important deposits are located in Mexico, South America and USA.
Leopard’s skin, according to tradition is associated with spiritual discovery. It assists in self-healing. Leopard Skin Jasper is helpful in eliminating toxins from the body and decreasing body odour.