Black amethyst is used all over the world for its enormous range of healing properties. We explore this gemstone and its many uses.
Did you know that there are many different types of quartz? In fact, there are many gemstones and crystals which you might not have even know are quartz! Discover more about the quartz family.
Amethysts have become some of the most popular crystals. Learn more about the benefits of the blue amethyst crystal.
Known as the Dog Tooth, Chevron Amethyst has become one of the most recognisable stones. Learn more about these purple and white crystals.
Pink amethyst is a gemstone recently discovered. As such, we’re yet to fully tap into everything it means and does for the body and the soul.
Amethyst forms over millions of years, dating back to historical times. But the process can be duplicated for creating a man-made version.
Creating your own amethyst at home can be a fun and relaxing science project. We explore how to tell if amethyst is real or fake.
Amethyst, due to large deposits discovered all over the world, is today classed as a semi-precious gemstone.
To get the most out of amethyst, it must be cleansed and charged regularly. This ensures that the crystal retains its original properties.
Water is generally a friendly companion for amethyst. Find out what to take note of when putting your amethyst in water.
Green Tigers Eye is appreciated for its abundance and positive energy. While not as common as other hues of Tiger’s Eye, it isn’t too hard.
Red Tigers Eye is the mother of all grounding gemstones. Learn about their properties, meanings and how to use and care for these stones.
Find out all about Blue Tigers Eye and why this stone is so precious. Blue Tigers Eye crystal has wonderful properties.