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RARE High Grade Patagonia Pink Amethyst Geode
RARE High Grade Patagonia Pink Amethyst Geode
RARE High Grade Patagonia Pink Amethyst Geode
RARE High Grade Patagonia Pink Amethyst Geode
RARE High Grade Patagonia Pink Amethyst Geode
RARE High Grade Patagonia Pink Amethyst Geode
RARE High Grade Patagonia Pink Amethyst Geode
RARE High Grade Patagonia Pink Amethyst Geode

RARE High Grade Patagonia Pink Amethyst Geode

¥16,494.00


This specimen is a Patagonian Pink Amethyst Geode from the Colli Cura Mine in Argentina, South America. Typically when you find pink amethyst it has been heat treated to alter the color. This is all Natural straight from the mines and it’s extremely hard to get your hands on Genuine High Grade Patagonian such and this. The color is absolutely phenomenal with all shades of pink and light purple! A white background photo has been included to help better gauge the color. Be sure to check out this beauty in all its glory in the video above!! This specimen is in Excellent condition!

In stock

Weight – 7.40 oz’s – 209.7 gm’s

Dimensions – 3.225″ x 3.730″ tall/wide (8.192 x 9.474 cm’s)

Country of Origin – Argentina, South America

Amethyst

For what and How Does One Use it?

Amethyst crystals make powerful visualization assistants and help to manifest these visualizations into 3D reality! When placed beside one’s head, Amethyst crystals are very good for drawing out EMF type radiation that generally gets stored in that part of the body. It is very good for keeping our mind in a balanced and soothed state. Amethyst likes to be cleansed in water/saltwater and Earth.

Amethyst works particularly well with Rose, Clear, Smoky, and Citrine Quartz. Amethyst also combines in a natural state with Citrine, this is called Ametrine.

Summary

Amethyst is a beautiful energy that brings to mind the term, still waters run deep. There is much more to this crystal than a mere glance may suggest!

It is one of the three “default” crystals I keep in my healing kit bag, along with Clear and Rose Quartz.

Note: Some Amethyst can and does fade under direct sunlight. With this in mind, it is best to play it safe and position Amethyst crystals with care.
Read more regarding Amethyst Properties at the link below (will open in a new tab/window)….

http://crystal-information.com/encyclopedia/amethyst/