Brazilian Citrine Mini Gemstones (50 Gram / 1.7oz. Lot)


💚Brazilian Citrine - Crystal of Manifestation, Abundance & Energizing

7 Ways To Use Mini Gemstones:

💚 Carry them in a pocket or pouch for on-the-go crystal energy.
💚 Use them in our Gempod Water Bottles for infused gemstone water.
💚 Create beautiful crystal grids to enhance energy and intentions.
💚 Decorate your meditation or prayer altar for added beauty and amplification.
💚 Energize your plants and zen gardens by placing mini gemstones at their base.
💚 Use them in home decor, displaying them in bowls or dishes with seashells and other treasures.
💚 Surround larger crystals with mini gemstones to amplify their power, enhance their beauty, and keep them stable.

This product includes 50 grams (1.7oz) of Brazilian citrine mini gemstones.
Approx. 20 Brazilian citrine mini gemstones.

Size *All sizes are approximate. *Each one of a kind crystal will vary slightly.

💚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 is also associated with the Greek goddess Demeter of harvest, grain, and fertility

💚In crystal energy work, Citrine is associated with the Solar Plexus. This golden yellow gemstone is said to awaken the solar plexus, cultivating personal power.

WHY IT'S AWESOME? Derived from the French word "citron" meaning lemon, citrine aptly captures the essence of its vibrant yellow color. This sunny gemstone is affectionately known as the 'Merchant's Stone' due to its association with wealth and prosperity. According to folklore, it is believed that placing a piece of citrine in a money drawer ensures a continuous flow of abundance. In medieval times, the Celts cherished citrine as an amulet for promoting good health and well-being.

WHAT IS CITRINE? Citrine, a semiprecious variety of quartz, stands out among the abundant quartz crystals due to its rarity. While quartz is plentiful, natural citrine is one of the scarcest forms. The citrine commonly found in the market is actually heat-treated quartz that acquires its alluring yellow hue. It's important to note that prolonged sunlight exposure may lead to color fading, so it's advisable to protect your citrine. Among the various citrine variations, the clear and darker amber-colored ones are highly valued and exceptionally rare. Their scarcity adds to their desirability, making them sought-after gemstones among crystal enthusiasts.

WHERE IT'S FOUND? Deposits of natural-colored citrine have been mined in Brazil, the leading producer, as well as the United States, Madagascar, Argentina, Myanmar (Burma), Namibia, Russia, Scotland and Spain.

MYSTIC LORE, LEGEND & DISCLAIMER: Through the ages, crystals and stones have been collected and prized for their timeless beauty, for their rich history and even their spiritual and metaphysical properties! We believe in the mystical properties of crystals, but please be aware... nothing we sell comes with any sort of magical guarantee! 😉

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