Citrine
Pin on Pinterest

Citrine


Add this to your wishlist

Citrine is a yellow quartz that has been associated for centuries as possessing the healing properties of the sun. It can also be greenish-yellow, brown, or orange. Citrine is known as the stone of abundance. It is the merchant’s stone, place it in your cash drawer to increase sales and encourages good fortune, optimism and prosperity. It helps to improve confidence and interaction, in turn building success. Citrine dates back to the time of the ancient Greeks

About 95% of the Citrine on the market is actually heat treated amethyst or ‘fake’ Citrine

Citrine is found in a large number of countries, including France, Britain, Russia, Madagascar, Burma, Spain, U.S., and Brazil

The colour of citrine, whether heat treated or not, may fade if exposed to heat or sunlight for prolonged periods. It may also fracture when exposed to abrupt temperature changes


Hardness –7

Cleaning/Cleansing – The best way to cleanse citrine is to use the light of the full moon, this will also charge it. The other option is to part fill a container with Himalayan salt and bury the crystal in it

Charging – If you use the full moon to cleanse your citrine it will also be charged at the same time. Burying the citrine in the earth is also an option

Body – Citrine enhances physical stamina and energy, it is also said to help keep skin, nails, and hair healthy

Mind – It stimulates creativity independence and a desire to move forward. Citrine is also mood lifting, and used in the treatment of depression

Magical Properties – It is commonly used for manifesting abundance and prosperity.

Uses – Carry round in a purse or wallet to attract money; It can bring you inspiring dreams if you keep Citrine by your bed at night, make sure any points are facing away from you; A piece of Citrine can be placed over the solar plexus chakra area on the body with the intention to completely rebalance

Chakra - Solar Plexus
Element – Fire
Planet – Sun Jupiter


Recently viewed

Citrine
Add this to your wishlist
Citrine
Your favourites have been updated. View your favourites by going here.