Citrine Bracelet (Free Form)
Joyfulness, Energising, Focus
Chakra: Sacral, Solar plexus, Third eye
Birthstone:Aries, Gemini, Leo, Libra
Composition: Silicon dioxide
Oils/Herbs: Bergamot, Lemon
Natural Citrine is a yellow variety of the mineral Quartz. Also known as “Lemon Quartz” It is a highly sought after stone.
It is a very rare semi-precious gemstone found only in a handful of places on earth.
Metaphysical & Healing Properties
Natural Citrine can stimulate the brain and revitalise the mind, enhancing intellectual ability and promoting one's motivation. It has the ability to attract wealth and prosperity.
It helps one's chemical balance in the brain, aiding one in overcoming depression and by elevating the mind above negative traits, fears and phobias it can help spread harmony and peace
Citrine encourages one's self-expression, it can help enchant ones optimism and enthusiasm, playfulness and decisiveness in difficult situations
The gemstone has the ability to open one's inner door enabling increased clarity of thought, enhanced creativity and can magnify one's power of will and manifestation.
It is one of the most useful stones for the third chakra and is able to awaken the powers of creative imagination.
Natural Citrine can activate one's thinking process and can enhance creative imagination, as well as the visionary function through which the inner visions appear.
The stone has recharging and energising abilities, Citrine can help in degenerative disease and help balance the chemical imbalances in the body, it stimulates digestion, spleen, and pancreas. It can increase blood circulation and detoxify the blood.
Harmonizes/Combines with Labradorite, Topaz, Calcite, Carnelian
The name Citrine was first introduced in 1556 and replaced the then commonly used “Yellow Quartz”, its name is derived from the Latin word meaning yellow colour. It was sometimes called “the merchant's stone” as it was believed it attract wealth and prosperity.
Citrine was first mentioned in a Legend describing Aaron, the first high priest of the temple at Jerusalem; the stone is said to be one of the 12 stones embedded in his breastplate each stone representing 1 of the 12 tribes of Israel and, later, the 12 apostles of the new covenant.
Natural Citrine has been used in Ancient Greece as a decorative stone and a prized possession for the wearer. Between 300 and 150 B.C Greeks carved iconic images of the goddess Demeter (Goddess of the Harvest) into the gemstones.
The Egyptians associated Citrine with Sekhmet (the Goddess of war and destroyer of the enemies of the sun God Re). Sekhmet was also associated with disease, healing and medicine.
It was also believed that the stone has the power to help patients recover from heart, liver and kidney problems.
Crystal properties are listed for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice. Always consult a physician for proper medical treatment.