Protecting spirituality & releasing addictions

A common and popular crystal, amethyst stone is associated with spirituality, releasing addictions and protection.

Amethyst Stone

Amethyst Stone

A common and popular crystal, amethyst stone is associated with spirituality, releasing addictions and protection.

Amethyst Chakra

Amethyst Chakra

As a crystal of spirituality and contentment, amethyst stone offers stability, strength, and inner peace.


A common and popular crystal, amethyst stone is associated with spirituality, releasing addictions and protection.

As a gemstone of spirituality and contentment, amethyst offers stability, strength, and inner peace. Used for meditation, amethyst has a peaceful loving nature and offers calmness and serenity for those who wear it.

Amethyst Chakra

Amethyst stone can aid the wearer give up bad habits and release addictions. Used for smoking cessation and overcoming drinking or drug use, it helps by stimulating a higher state of consciousness.

Stimulating the Crown Chakra, amethyst clears one’s thoughts and energy field of negativity and attachments. It can ward off negative environments.


It provides clarity and enhances conscious perception and understanding.


Amethyst helps calm the mind, reduces insomnia and allows restful sleep.  Amethyst can also help reduces stress, ease headaches and boost the metabolism, immune and endocrine system.

Amethyst Properties

Amethyst is a naturally-occurring large crystal formation and is a variety of quartz that usually grows on the inside of agate geodes.

Geodes containing amethyst crystals are formed when clay, silt, sand or gravel are deposited and compacted by running water. While the crystals themselves may grow to be several inches, the geodes containing the amethyst crystals often reach several feet in height.


Amethyst is a fairly hard gemstone (7) and is less susceptible to damage.

Amethyst can come in colors from pale to deep purple and gets is color from maganese and/or iron. Found in Brazil, Bolivia, Mexico, Africa, Canada, Russia, the USA and Europe, it has a hardness of seven.

Amethyst in Greek Mythology

Amethyst is a stone that has roots in Ancient Greek mythology.  A nymph character named Amethystos refused the attentions of Dionysus, the god of wine and intoxication. As he pursued her, she prayed for protection and to preserve her chastity.

The virgin goddess Artemis answered Amethystos' call for help and transformed the nymph into a white or clear stone. The story ends with Dionysus pouring his wine over the stone — either accidentally or deliberately — dyeing the crystal purple.

Amethyst in History and Popular Culture

Purple dye was a royal choice in the ancient Mediterranean region of the world. Amethyst stone became associated with wealth and power. At this time, amethyst adorned the robes and crowns of rich and powerful monarchs. At this time, amethyst was viewed as equal in value to rubies, emeralds and sapphires.


Amethyst is still a symbol of power in some cultures. For example, in Scotland, church officials wear amethyst and the Roman Catholic church also uses amethyst to adorn and embellish.

Famous purchases of amethyst stone include Robin Thicke who paid $20,000 for an amethyst. Lucy Hale has filled her house with amethyst in order to gain its positive spiritual vibes.

The British Crown Jewels include a number of pieces with amethyst, including the Royal Sceptre with the Cross, the Kent Demi-Parure and numerous brooches worn by Queen Elizabeth II and other female members of the family.

Other royal families have amethyst-studded tiaras and parures in their own collections.

Amethyst Stone

  • Birthstone: February

  • Chakras: Third eye and Crown

  • Zodiac: Virgo, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces

  • Element: Air – the element of air supports our mind, breath, spirituality, and connection with spirit.

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