Gemstones Properties

Amethyst is well known as “Stone of Mind”. It assists to convey serenity and simplicity, especially when there is unease and misunderstanding. Wearing such kind of gemstone can easily get in touch with your perception. It also helps to eliminate several kinds of addictions in food, alcohol, and sex.

Stress: This gemstone is high-recommended for those individuals who are truly overstressed, overwhelmed and overworked because it has exceptional soothing psychological effects. In fact, it is measured as a spiritual stone above all.

Addictions: Amethyst originated from a Greek word “Amethusos”, which means not drunk. This stone is a powerful aid to conquer alcohol addiction.

Protection: It is a crystal of fortification because it retracts more than it magnetizes.

Spirituality: Amethyst cultivates curing, unselfishness, and it is coupled with increased graciousness, spiritual responsiveness, contemplation, stability, internal peace, optimistic transformation and psychic capability. Additionally, it is also known as “Metamorphosis”.

Color: Amethyst varies their color from light purple to the dark one. In fact, purple is the color of mysticism.

Emotional: The amethyst is well known as the Bishop’s gemstone and is still worn out by most Bishops. The amethyst represents faithfulness, humbleness, honesty and spiritual perception. It makes the wearer calmer and acts as a meditation tool that increases the spiritual aspect. Amethyst facilitates to prevail over panics and desires. It also helps relieve headaches.

Negates: It improves over lenience, sorrow, resentment, culpability, apprehension, fury, misunderstanding, intolerance and nightmares.

Sources: Although amethysts can be found in several parts of the world, the majority of stones come from Brazil and Uruguay. Africa, Russia, Mexico, Canada and the United States also are sources of amethyst crystals.

Chemical Composition:

Holistic Aspects:

It pacifies apprehension, raises optimism, lifts the strength, and promotes reflection of the spiritual truth through our existence. It wards off responsibility and self dishonesty, curbs intemperance, and bestows good decision.

Additionally, it can increases production of hormones, soothes the nervous system, restlessness, hearing issues, digestive tract, skeletal system, skin disease, stomach ache, arthritis and poor posture.

Amethyst is a very popular gem which is found worldwide. The largest opencast amethyst vein in the world is in Maissau, Austria.

Amethyst colour varies in primary hues from a light, slightly pinkish violet to a deep, grape purple. The word “amethyst” or “amethystos” originated from Greek. It may be translated as “not drunken,” as the ancient Greeks considered amethysts  to be a strong antidote to drunkenness.

Amnethyst is a highly sought-after precious gem. For centuries, amethysts have been widely used in the creation and encrustation of jewelry and everyday items. Amethyst is the birthstone for the month of February.

Metaphysically speaking, some people believe the benefits of amethysts include relaxing the mind, enhancing mental activity, and giving strength and willpower for following passions and resisting undesirable habits. Physically, these gems are thought by many to stabilise the metabolism, stimulate tissue rejuvenation, and increase the production of red corpuscles. Amethysts are sometimes used to treat blood-sugar level disorders and lapses in the immune system.

Amethysts’ chemical composition number is SiO2. Its hardness ratio is 7.

It is recommended that investors, collectors or amethyst lovers procure a gemological identification Certificate of Authenticity for their gems. This is an independent report, issued by an independent gemologist from an approved gemology laboratory.

At, we have our own factory and source our rocks and gemstones directly from miners, or as close to the miner as possible, to ensure the best price. Our factory offers high discounts on sales. We have 16 staff who cut gemstones full time and produce high quality products. We at do not cut artificial gemstones.