Get Ready To Be Stunned By This Beautiful Green Amethyst
In addition to trees, plants, and grass. Did you know that the color green can also be found in gemstones? Yes, you read that correctly. There are green gemstones! Many people are unaware that the color green can be found everywhere.
The green amethyst is one of many examples of green gemstones that are very beautiful to see. Let me share some information about this natural gemstone.
Green amethyst is, in fact, green quartz. Amethyst is purple quartz. There are many different kinds of gems, and they are usually called by their mineral name, like "diamond," "beryl," "emerald," or "topaz."
If you call a stone "Green Quartz" or "Prasiolite," it doesn't have the same sound as "Green Amethyst."
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This stone is also believed to have a power that can affect us, like peace and calm can be strengthened by green amethyst. Green amethyst brings prosperity, health, happiness, harmony, stability, and fertility, among other things. People who like green because it is the color of nature find it helps them relax and calm down. It is a symbol of self-respect and well-being.
We can all agree to the relaxation and calm that green amethyst brings, and that's all.
OTHER TERMS FOR GREEN AMETHYST:
- Prasiolite, also known as green quartz, green amethyst, or vermarine, is a green variety of quartz, which is made of silicon dioxide.
- Most amethyst will turn yellow or orange when heated, making citrine. Some amethyst will turn green when heated, making amethyst citrine.
It used to be found in Brazil, Poland, and Canada. Even though it has been found and mined only in Brazil since 2019.
Because green amethyst is so rare, it is even more valuable because it is in high demand.
Green amethyst is made when heat is put on a certain kind of amethyst. There are some types of iron compounds that make amethyst turn green when it is heated. These are called Fe2+ iron compounds.
Green quartz has been found in some natural places, but the green amethyst that is sold as a gemstone has been heat-treated to make it more beautiful. A lot of people think heat from natural geological events during the formation of the mineral is what made it turn green, but this isn't 100% sure.
Using heat to make a stone more valuable is common in the gemological field, and it doesn't hurt or change its value. It is still a gemstone that came from the ground, though.
They can be used in any type of jewelry to match your fashion because of their natural smooth color.
Green Amethyst is a birthstone for people born in February, but anyone can wear it. It makes people more peaceful and calm, Because of its nature green color that attracts our mind into peaceful situation.
Some of my articles tackled the trick on how to carefully look on your green amethyst, but I will put it again for you.
All you need to do is get your magnifying glass.
Magnifying glass: If you see bubbles, it may not be quartz at all. If it isn't quartz, it isn't an Amethyst at all, and you can't get an Amethyst with a magnifying glass. You should be able to see through the amethysts that are real crystals.
To fully scan your amethyst, you can also watch this informative video.
Green amethyst does have an effect on us, not in a magical way, but in a normal way. Seeing this beautiful and relaxing color of green amethyst can make us calm. So it is not so bad to make jewelry using this.
But as I always say, be careful of some synthetic gemstones, because of their perfect appearance, you can be scammed. So don't dismiss anything you've read in this article. It can help you prevent scams and be more like a professional when it comes to picking the best stones for you.