Citrine

Power & Benefits of Chevron Amethyst (Dream Amethyst):

Citrine with its golden hue instantly elicits happiness and joy. It’s like a ray of welcome sunshine bringing warmth, vitality, and positivity to whoever sees or holds it. It gets this yellow colour from the heat of volcanos, and it’s also known to bring prosperity.

Spiritual & Emotional Influence:

Citrine is wonderful for self-esteem and confidence, it helps you in protecting yourself from things that aren’t in your best interest. It also helps you in standing up for yourself and what you believe in while giving you the boost you need to speak your truth. Since it’s a very energising stone, it also helps you get motivated and enhances creativity and problem-solving. It promotes joy and helps to release fear or anger allowing more positivity to enter into your life. It will also help you in getting in touch with your emotions so that you can healthily express them. 

The Physical Connection: 

Citrine is thought to be a very energising stone, helping to bring energy and vitality to all areas. It is thought to aid in digestion and help the spleen and pancreas. It is considered an excellent stone for getting things moving through your digestive system to relieve constipation or detox your body. It is also thought to help with kidney and bladder infections as well. It is said to activate the thymus and helps to balance the thyroid and hormones. It is also thought to increase circulation and detoxify the blood, calm, and soothe the nervous system and endocrine systems. 

Astrological SignsConnected to Chevron Amethyst (Dream Amethyst):

The Chakras Connected to Chevron Amethyst (Dream Amethyst): 

Cleanses and re-energises All Chakras. 

Locations Found & History:

Brazil, Russia, France, Madagascar, UK, USA (maybe heat-treated Amethyst). Natural Citrine can be found in the Ural Mountains of Russia, as well as in the United States, Britain, France, and Madagascar. Citrine has been used in jewellery and as decoration for thousands of years. For example, in Greece during 300 BC and 150 BC, it was used ornamentally, and in Scotland during the 17th century, it was used to adorn their swords. It was called Yellow Quartz until 1556 when it got its name, Citrine because of its yellow hue which is much like citrus fruits lemons, and oranges. It became very popular during World War I and World War II when many women including famous movie stars like Greta Garbo would wear jewellery with Citrine jewels in an Art Deco style.

Rarity, Value & Variations:

The clear, dark coloured Citrine with an amber colour are some of the most valuable types of Citrine and the rarest. Citrine is a hard gemstone and is rated a 7 out of 10 on the Mohs scale. Natural citrine is very rare, but a lot of the citrine that is found for sale is heated amethyst since the properties of amethyst and citrine are so similar. The main difference between citrine and amethyst is the oxidation state of iron impurities. You can tell if you’re looking at a heat-treated amethyst by the reddish colour it will have.

How to Use Chevron Amethyst (Dream Amethyst): 

Bring Citrine into your life when you feel like you need more joy and positivity. You can wear or carry the crystal to keep.

* Please note that gemstones should not be used as a substitute for your prescriptions or alternative treatment for any illness or health problem. Healing gemstones are not the solution but additional help. Always consult your doctor.

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My love for the power and energy that comes within crystals grew over the years, and now it is impossible to leave it out of my life. It is a part of my daily routines and I still learn more everyday. I hope you will find the crystal that you need...

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