Tugtupit is a very rare mineral, with a hardness of 4 Tugtupit-Na8 (Cl2) (BeAlSi4O12) 2. Luminescence under UV light pink. Tugtupit is used as an expensive stone. Only two locales are known - Greenland-Tugtup and Russia-Kola, where tugtupit occurs in unsightly form with imperfect color. Minerals named after the Tugtup site in Greenland.
The Eskimo legend says lovers can cause their love to make the stone glow red as fire, and the power of its glow will be the same as the power of their love.