Power & Benefits of Ametrine :
Ametrine stimulates creativity and imagination. It helps to overcome the judgment of others in those who tend to be overly judgemental, yet helps those who are too trusting become more discerning to protect themselves. It is beneficial for motivation, letting go of the past, self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-expression.
Spiritual & Emotional Influence:
Ametrine is said to promote healing and divination, connecting the physical realm with higher consciousness. It is strongly protective, assisting during journeying, and is effective against psychic attack.
It assists in releasing blockages and negative belief systems. It brings insight and solutions to issues. It promotes inner joy and optimism that isn’t affected by outside influences. Ametrine provides a balance between thoughts and actions. It gives you clarity and a new perspective.
The Physical Connection:
Ametrine is thought to aids in clearing tension from the head and neck. It is believed to be a blood cleanser, detoxifier, and energizing stone. It is said to strengthen the immune system preventing minor illnesses and diseases. It is also thought to stabilize DNA and RNA. It is said to help the autonomic nervous system, chronic fatigue syndrome, general tiredness, depression, and stress.
The Chakras Connected to Ametrine:
Solar Plexus Chakra, Third Eye Chakra.
Locations Found & History:
Worldwide. It’s said that in the 1600s Ametrine was first introduced to Europe as a gift given to the Queen of Spain by a conquistador after he received an Ametrine mine in Bolivia as a dowry by marrying a princess named Anahi from the Ayoreos tribe. Following that, the mine was inactive for more than three hundred years and then discovered once again in the 1960s which made Ametrine available in the 1970s. This mine is still active, and it’s now named Anahi after the princess. This mine also has amethyst and citrine.
Rarity, Value & Variations:
Ametrine is also known as Trystine or Bolivianite since it is mainly sourced in Bolivia. It’s natural Quartz and a mixture of Amethyst and Citrine crystals which is where the name Ametrine comes from and where it gets its beautiful purple and yellow hues.
Most lower-priced Ametrine can be assumed to be synthetic, made in a Russian laboratory since 1994. This laboratory perfected the method of producing synthetic bi-colored quartz that is irradiated. Ametrine prices are relatively modest and don’t increase with carat size. The most valuable Ametrine depends on the depth and vividness of the colors in the gemstone. It has a Mohs hardness of 7.
How to Use Ametrine:
Wear Ametrine on the body in a pendant or ring. Hold on to the body to bring up deep-seated emotional issues to process and clear. It brings greater focus to meditation.