Flint is a type of sedimentary rock that is formed from the compacted and consolidated sediment of ancient oceans, lakes, and rivers. It is composed primarily of silica, and is known for its hard, crystalline structure and its ability to produce sparks when struck against a hard surface.
Tumble stones are small, smooth, polished stones that are typically used for decorative or therapeutic purposes. They are often made from a variety of different types of stone, including flint, and are typically polished to a high shine using abrasive materials.
Flint tumble stones are often used as decorative elements in home decor, such as in vases or as part of a rock garden. They may also be used in various forms of crystal therapy, where they are believed to have healing properties. Some people believe that flint has grounding and protective properties, and that it can help to bring clarity and focus to the mind. It is also sometimes believed to have energetic properties that can help to balance the chakras and promote overall well-being.