Colour: Mostly clear.
Quartz is the most powerful healing and energy amplifier on the planet because of its unique helical spiral crystalline form. Quartz aids concentration and unlocks memory. Kirlian cameras clearly show that when acupuncture needles are coated in quartz their effect is increased by ten percent as the quartz increases the biomagnetic field.
This crystal works at a vibrational level attuned to the specific energy requirements of the person needing health or undertaking spiritual work. It takes the energy to the most perfect state possible, going back to before the dis-ease set in. It cleanses and enhances the organs and subtle bodies and acts as a deep soul cleanser, connecting the physical dimension with the mind.
At a spiritual level, this crystal raises energy to the highest possible level. Containing every colour possible, Clear Quartz works on all levels of being. Storing information like a natural computer, these crystals are a spiritual library waiting to be accessed. Quartz has the ability to dissolve karmic seeds. It enhances psychic abilities and attunes you to your spiritual purpose. Quartz is the most efficient receptor for programming.
Source: Sri Lanka, Brazil, Africa, United States, Western Australia, Afghanistan, Italy.
Colour: Black, brown, green, pink, red, yellow, blue, watermelon, blue-green.
Tourmaline cleanses, purifies, and transforms dense energy into a lighter vibration. It is a stone that brings protection. It is known as a stone for understanding oneself and others, taking you deep into yourself, promoting self-confidence and diminishing fear.
In addition, Black Tourmaline grounds energy and increases physical vitality, dispersing tension and stress. It encourages a positive attitude, no matter what the circumstances, and stimulates altruism and practical creativity.
Czech Crystal – also known as Bohemian Glass
Bohemian Glass is an ornate overlay or flashed glass made during the Victorian era. It has been reproduced in Bohemia, which is now a part of the Czech Republic. Bohemian glass became popular in the United States beginning in the 1890s. Bohemia includes the countries of Germany, Hungary, and the Czech Republic.