Risks of fake nephrite jade.
Many dealers and suppliers tend to call any green or white looking stone or any translucent stone "jade", when in fact it may simply be onyx, serpentine, 2 marble stone varieties or other stone varieties marble.
Before purchasing a yoni egg, make sure it's genuine, as if yoni eggs are fake or fraudulent jade eggs, they can cause problems like urinary tract infections and other complications.
There are only 2 types of true (real) jade: nephrite and jadeite. All other so-called "jades" are jade simulants, imitation jades, or fake jade.
How to identify fake jade eggs:
Just because a vendor provides you with green or white looking stone eggs and calls them "jade" does not make the eggs true nephrite jade eggs.
Most "jade eggs or sticks" are fake jade or made from translucent marble stones.
Onyx, serpentine, and other translucent green or white marble stones are often used as nephrite simulants, and these are all called "jade," but these stones are actually marble.
Before buying jade eggs or wands, ask yourself the following questions:
The specific gravity, Mohs hardness, and refractive index of genuine nephrite stone are 2.8 - 3.1, 6.0-7.0, and 1.606 - 1.632, respectively.
Types of fake jade.
False nephrite jade or jade simulants
Amazonite, not true jade
Aventurine, not true jade
Serpentine, not true jade
Onyx, a translucent marble, not true jade.
Xiuyan jade, serpentine variety, not true jade
Xiuyu jade, serpentine variety, not true jade
Dushan Jade, variety of saussurite, not true jade
Certificate of authenticity
In Spain and in the world in general it is not easy to find eggs and rods with official certification.
At Yoni Samsara we use 100% natural crystal and completely safe for internal use. They do not contain chemicals, resins or dyes.
We guarantee that the jade yoni eggs are made of 100% natural genuine nephrite jade without any dyeing or heating treatment. 100% guaranteed
All of our products are GIA Certified, which represents the highest standard of reliability, consistency and integrity.
GIA is the world's foremost authority on diamonds, gemstones, and pearls and therefore the world's leading source of gem and jewelry knowledge, standards, and education.