The gemstone amethyst has a striking purple colour. And due to its magnificence Amethyst was the most commonly used jewellery by the kings and queens of the yester years..
The gemstone amethyst has a striking purple colour. And due to its magnificence Amethyst was the most commonly used jewellery by the kings and queens of the yesteryears.
Till now, it has been a great part of the British royal jewellery. Amethyst has come to be known as a power crystal with prolific healing powers which can be characterised as purifying, pacifying and transitional. Amethyst has the ability to transform lower energies into higher and acts as a healer at all levels of mind, body and spirit.
The healing powers of Amethyst date back as far as the ancient Greeks who believed that Amethyst protected from the intoxicating effects of alcohol. The word “amethyst” is of Geek origin and is translated as- “amethystus” meaning not drunken, or intoxicated (“-methystos” from “methyein” or intoxicated, “methy” = wine). Amethyst semi-precious gemstones can assist with healing alcoholism, compulsive behaviours, and addictions of all kinds. An amethyst stone brings stability, peace, calm, and balance.
The amethyst gemstone brings about courage and inner strength. They have been used to protect against psychic attacks. On the spiritual level, the amethyst stone helps open to communication with angels, telepathy and other psychic abilities. They are excellent stones for meditation or dream work, past life work, and can help you see your path.
People also use amethyst stone beads to help ease the pain of grief and promote happiness. Amethyst semi-precious gemstones are beneficial when dealing with legal problems, and money issues.
This can lead to prosperity and abundance. Amethyst gemstone beads are also protection for travellers. Physically amethyst is used to heal the withdrawal symptoms of any sort of addiction.
**Medical Disclaimer** All Above mentioned Descriptions are according to Indian & Chinese Mythology & the seller takes no Responsibility whatsoever for any claim made in the Descriptions. Healing benefits of stones should not be intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other healthcare professional.