Tumbled stones are small rocks or gemstones that have been polished to give them a smooth and shiny appearance. They are commonly used for decorative purposes, jewelry making, and as metaphysical or healing tools.The process of tumbling involves placing rough stones into a machine called a rock tumbler. The tumbler uses abrasives and water to slowly grind down the rough edges and polish the stones over a period of days or weeks. The end result is a smooth and rounded stone with a polished surface.Tumbled stones come in a wide variety of types and colors, depending on the minerals they are composed of. Some popular tumbled stones include amethyst, rose quartz, citrine, clear quartz, jasper, agate, and many others. Each type of stone is believed to possess different metaphysical properties and is associated with specific healing or spiritual attributes. People often use tumbled stones for various purposes, such as carrying them as pocket stones for personal energy or using them in meditation, crystal healing, or feng shui practices. They can also be displayed in bowls or vases as decorative accents or used in jewelry-making to create unique and natural-looking pieces.