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Rutilated Quartz Gemstone - Meaning and Metaphysical Properties

Updated on October 30, 2015
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Anamika S Jain is a social media consultant and blogger. She is passionate about topics like astrology, numerology, feng shui and gemstones.

Rutilated Quartz Gemstones are healing stones effective on all Chakras.
Rutilated Quartz Gemstones are healing stones effective on all Chakras.

Rutilated Quartz Gemstone

Rutilated Quartz is a transparent gemstone belonging to the Quartz family which has inclusions of needle like crystals of rutile which is mainly made up of Titanium dioxide. The word ‘rutile’ actually comes from the Latin word ‘rutilus’ which means the color red. However, in this stone the rutiles can come in colors other than red also like the brassy yellow, silvery, green or black. No two stones will be identical which adds to the charm of this gemstone. This stone is also known as Venus hair Stone, Fleches d’amour, Sagenite and Cupid’s darts. Normally the price and value of Gemstones is based on their clarity and lack of inclusions, but this stone is an exception to the general rule. This stone has a hardness of 6 on the Mohs scale. This stone is especially beneficial for those born under the Zodiac Signs of Taurus and Gemini. Though Rutilated Quartz Stone is associated with the Solar Plexus Chakra, it can be used to energize the Kundalini energy. It cleanses and energizes the aura drawing off negative energy and releasing energy blockages thereby balancing all the chakras. This is said to be a good stone to be used by those affected by black magic and negative energies.

Rutilated quartz is often confused with Tourmaline Quartz Crystals which also has needle like inclusions inside the Quartz crystal. However, an expert should be able to identify between them based on the color of the inclusions. This stone can be found in Brazil, Srilanka, India, Germany, South Africa, Madagascar, Australia, Norway, Switzerland, Pakistan and the United States.

Healing and Metaphysical Properties of Rutilated Quartz Crystals

Rutilated Quartz Gemstone is a protective stone and said to protect the wearer owner of the stone from evils and harm. It is believed that one can increase the effectiveness of prayers and rituals when done wearing Rutilated Quartz Jewelry. This stone helps to fight fears, guilt, phobias and anxiety. It is said to increase mental and physical stability, creativity and assist in the decision making process. It is an extremely good stone for those suffering from depression as it has the powers of an antidepressant. It is also an extremely good stone for meditation, for seeking higher spiritual experiences and for past life healing. This stone is said to attract love and bring stability in relationships. It is also said to be beneficial in the treatment of food disorders by boosting the immune system. It is also believed to be helpful for conditions like impotence, infertility, respiratory problems, bronchitis, thyroid etc. This stone is known to assist in tissue regeneration and slow down the aging process. It is also known to absorb mercury poisoning from the physical body and promote the healing process.

Rutilated Quartz has a hardness of 6 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale and is normally used in pendants and rings. However doing a fine polish on the surface of the stone is a real pain because of the rutiles on the surface of the cut stone. Like most other Gemstone jewelry, this Stone also should be protected from sharp blows and exposure to chemicals as it can get chipped or lose its luster.

When worn as jewelry, this gem is normally set in pendants and rings.

Rutilated Quartz

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    Usha Sathiyaseelan 

    6 years ago

    Hi,just need your advise,I just bought a rutilated quart locket with chain. My question is if its okay to wear it daily? and what is the best way to cleanse it?

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    Anamika S Jain 

    6 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

    @Plamena Ganeva I just would like to say something which I tell almost everyone who asks me gemstone recommendations. Gem Therapy is just a supportive treatment for fast results and is no alternative for proper medical advice or treatment.

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    Plamena Ganeva 

    7 years ago

    Hi Anamika.

    From a long time i have some pieces rutilated quartz.I made some of my jewellery design with them,also some for me and set for my sister.....I falling in love of these stones and when I show my jewels many people think that this is amazing and awesome precious stone.

    Now,from 3 mouths I have big thyroid problem after viruses infection.It's very difficult to treat and still I'll going on with my drugs and goods.

    Now i'm happy that one of my favorite stone can treat me.I believe in this,and will wearing my ring every day,also will finish gold set to me with "golden kind inclusion" stone.Can you advise me which finger is suitable for ring for thyroid problems???

    Thanks in advance and goodluck in your "precious interests".I will read often your publications ans think that people needs to know this knowliege.

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