Amethyst And Its Magical Properties
Amethyst And Ancient Times
This wonderful purple toned crystal was said to have been worn as an amulet during ancient times as well as medieval times to aid against drunkenness.
Holistic healers sometimes will use this stone to help ease toothache and bruising but that's not all this wonderful stone can do. It has been known to be a sleeping aid. Also if you wear it, this stone may help ease migraines. Headaches that are being caused by nerves will ease up if you have a amethyst geode or cross section in the room.
This beautiful stone also has been known to aid with mental disorders like many other stones but it can also purify the blood and help the immune system. It can also aid in balancing as well as with healing chakras.
This stone promotes serenity and feelings of peace. It is said that it holds the intentions to heal the physical body as well as the spiritual body. This stone is also said to have a soothing relaxing effect. It may be used to help calm an overactive mind and bring peace to those who over work themselves.
Those who are psychically sensitive this stone can improve your second sight.
As an amulet amethyst can be worn as a protective talisman against jealousy, envy and even deception.
The element of Amethyst is Water and it is said to attract justice and protect against thieves. It may also ward off danger and violent death.
Store this stone with your tarot cards, runes or any divination tools to keep their power of divination high.
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