Crystal Healing Chart

Gemstones and crystals are nature’s beautiful gifts to us.

We can use these gifts to help aid in our daily activities. 

Red Agate

Agate

Agate comes in many colors such as blue, red, purple, black, green, brown, pink, and more. It is made of Quartz and takes millions of years to form.

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Amethyst

Amethyst

Amethyst is a purple crystalline quartz that has been one of the most favored stones throughout time.

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Ammonite

Ammonite

Ammonite are the fossils of mollusk animals that have been extinct for about 60 million years. The spiral shape of the fossil aides in change and a positive, forward motion.

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Light Aventurine

Aventurine

Aventurine is a quartz and is typically a green color. It can be found in other colors such as blue, grey, red, and purple.

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Citrine

Citrine

Citrine is a quartz and is typically a pale yellow color but can be found in red and orange. It gets its color from traces of iron in the quartz.

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Garnet

Garnet

Garnet is a silicate mineral and it typically a red color, although it can also be found in orange, pink, green, black and honey brown.

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Hematite

Hematite

Hematite has magnetic properties due to its high iron content. It is typically a black, grey color but can have red hues.

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Jasper

Jasper

Jasper is an opaque stone and can be found in many colors such as red, brown, pink, yellow, green, grey/white and shades of blue and purple.

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Moonstone

Moonstone

Moonstone has a moonlike sheen, which is the adularescence phenomenon.  It appears in a variety of colors such as colorless, white, beige, or silvery blue.

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Onyx

Onyx

Onyx is typically a black stone that sometimes has translucent white layers running through it.

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Peridot

Peridot

Peridot is a green to yellowish color. The intensity and tint fo the stone depends on the iron content of the stone.

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Sodalite

Sodalite

Sodalite is a blue stone that sometime has white inclusions. It is sometimes known as the “poor man’s lapis.”

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**** Disclaimer****

Crystal healing is not to be considered as a substitute for conventional medicine. If you have a serious health issue, you should consult your doctor. The healing properties listed here are from personal research and it does not mean that you will definitely experience or benefit from these properties and crystals.