Monthly Archives January 2009

The metaphysical properties of ametrine

Ametrine is a mix of both amethyst and citrine, and can be either natural, or artificially manufactured through heat treatment. Virtually all naturally occurring ametrine is found in Bolivia, hence it is sometimes known as bolivianite. It occurs in either typical quartz crystal form, or in massive form. The colors of both purple and yellow/orange are distinctly separated in their individual zones within ametrine; the difference is due to the iron ions within experiencing different zones of radiation exposure during the formative process. Possessing both the qualities of ametrine and citrine, ametrine is a useful and beautiful stone to have
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Crystals that are good for the pineal gland

The pineal gland is one of the most important endocrine glands in the entire body, along with the pituitary gland. It is responsible for the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone, which also regulates the body’s circadian rhythm and its response to day and night cycles. Besides these duties, the pineal gland has also been linked to psychic or sixth sense development. So, keeping it in good working order is obviously important. Daily, we are assailed by so many contaminants in our food and water that have a negative effect on the pineal gland. For example, much has been written
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