Uses for Amethyst - Health and Healing

Disclosure: Amethyst is my birthstone and has always been one of my favorite stones.

Amethyst is 7 on the mohs scale of mineral hardness. It is a kind of quartz which can occur in any purplish shade or tint. According to Wikipedia, "Green amethyst" isn't actually an amethyst. In general, the darker colors are the most prized.

Amethysts are often found on the inside of a geode. They can be found all over the world, but some of the largest producers of amethyst are Brazil and Uruguay.

Healing and Metaphysical Properties of Amethyst

Today, I was looking for information regarding stones that might help me get through this Mercury Retrograde that's been throwing communications for a loop this week already. So, add "Mercury Retrograde survival" to the following list:

This has been constructed so that you can print it out for easy reference.
amethyst.jpg

Sources:
Image is from Pixabay
Other sources include: Crystals-Gemstones.com, DrHealthBenefits, GlobalHealingCenter, HealthyLine, LearnReligions.com.

Crossposted at Steem, Whaleshares, WeKu

Past issues of Health and Healing

Wild Healing

Disease Prevention/Healing

Herbal Medicine




Disclaimer:

I am not a medical doctor. I am a solver of problems. I do the best I can to research and come up with possibilities that you may find useful, but I cannot diagnose your medical issue, nor can I tell you the best way to handle your situation. If in doubt, seek professional assistance.

When turning to nature, especially in the wild, you must take all responsibility to do due diligence. Using the wrong plant/herb/fungi can be extremely harmful or even fatal. When in doubt, seek experienced help. Note that identical plants/fungi found in a different country may be very different.



Lori Svensen
author/designer at A'mara Books
photographer/graphic artist for Viking Visual
verified author on Goodreads
find me on Twitter
blogging on: Steem, Whaleshares, WeKu

Discord Link

H2
H3
H4
3 columns
2 columns
1 column
15 Comments