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Quartz - History and Properties





Quartz is one of the most abundant and hardest minerals on Earth, with a crystalline structure that gives quartz many of its unique properties.

Although the name "quartz" has been coined by Agricola on the 16th century, some quartz varieties, such as rock crystal, rose quartz and amethyst have been known and used from ancient times.

Quartz, the most powerful therapeutic and energy amplifier, is found mainly in the following varieties:


 - Amethyst

- Citrine

- Milky Quartz

- Rock Crystal-Clear Quartz

- Rose Quartz

- Smoky Quartz


All these varieties belong to the macrocrystalline group of quartzes, in which the individual crystals are seen with the naked eye, in contrast with the cryptocrystalline group, where individual crystals are only distinguished by a strong microscope.




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