Rose Quartz and Amethyst Bead Bracelet
Amethyst is the purple variety of quartz and is one of the most popular gems. If it were not for its widespread availability, Amethyst would be very expensive. Amethyst is a widely used gem.
The name "amethyst" comes from the Greek word "amethustos" which means "not drunken."
In the first century, Pliny wrote that amethyst was so named for its color being nearly the same as that of wine. Early Greeks believed that drinking wine from an amethyst cup would prevent intoxication.
Amethyst and are both verities of Quartz. The difference is color. But natural , with its lovely transparent yellow to orange color, is extremely rare. So almost all on the market is actually amethyst that's been heated to change its color.
Amethyst may be used to remove radiation the body stores on the sides of the head...such as from computers and such. of Amethyst are particualy good for this, just place the head next to it, you will then feel the radiation being drawn out.
Place on the 3rd eye and visualize yourself breathing in the color for total mental emotional soothing. It's a very good technique to do in bed before going to sleep.
It is a amazing all round healer and also a brilliant meditation crystal.
Amethyst can be used for massage in, egg or form.
It makes a great elixir.
Rose Quartz is a form of that ranges in color from pink to deep red.
The pink can be almost rose red and some African verities border on lavender. The color seems to be caused by iron and titanium impurities. However the color of rose is still not completely understood. It has been said to be due to a number of different minor impurities present in the rose including titanium, manganese and even colloidal gold.
The pink color in Rose is photosensitive and can fade in sunlight.
Rose is almost always massive, rarely occurring in small horizontally striated hexagonal prisms. Brazil is the only source of true well formed of rose . Rose are thus extremely valuable.
Rose has been used as a gemstone and as other ornamental and religious objects for thousands of years. Historically, it is a symbol of love and beauty.