An amethyst and citrine gemstone ring presents vibrant complimentary colors that sparkle and bounce off each other, transforming this luxury jewel into a piece of art.
Amethyst is known as the healing stone, while citrine gemstone is known to balance energy. Together both stones offer a gorgeous arrangement with life-changing attributes.
One of the most available gemstones sold today is Citrine. The yellow to golden orange stone is part of a large family of quartz gemstones. Citrine's name originates from the French word 'citron,' which means 'lemon.'’ In contrast, Amethyst is revered as the "jewel of the gods" Amethyst is the birthstone for February and the official gem for Wednesday, Jupiter, and those born under the sign of Pisces. The Hebrew word for Amethyst is "Salamah," which means "dream"; thus, the stone was supposed to cause lovely dreams and visions. It comes in many colors like Purple, Green, and Pink. Gift someone you love with the beauty of amethyst jewelry.
Sources of Citrine: Argentina, Bolivia, France, Madagascar, Myanmar, Namibia, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Uruguay, and Zambia.
Sources of Amethyst: Brazil, Uruguay (in Artigas), Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico, Namibia, Zambia, Madagascar, Russia (Siberia), and the United States (Arizona, North Carolina, and Georgia).
Astrological Sign Amethyst: Aquarius, Pisces
Healing Properties of Amethyst: Amethyst is a gemstone often worn by healers, as it has the power to focus energy. A healer will usually wear several necklaces with amethysts set in silver. Amethyst is used for problems in the blood and breathing problems. Amethyst crystal clusters keep the air and life force in the home clean and positive. Amethysts are very beneficial in healing negativity in the house. Using an Amethyst as a meditation focus will increase positive spiritual feelings and help overcome fears and cravings. It also helps relieve headaches.
Interesting Facts: Amethyst comes from the Greek meaning "without drunkenness," and Amethyst is shown to protect one from poison. This stone comes in shades of purple, lilac, or mauve, traditionally worn to guard against drunkenness and to instill a sober mind.
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