Amethyst is the most well-known semi-precious colored stones, with its warm, inviting spectrum of purple hue variants. Amethyst can have undertones ranging from an ultra-light pinkish-hue to a deep saturated purple color. It can also have slightly red to bluish-hues that are akin to illite.


Amethyst is a purple variety of Quartz that is related to Citrine (yellow Quartz) and rock crystal Quartz (colorless Quartz), to mention a few. Amethyst is a great stone for continuous usage and wear because it has a Mohs scale of hardness rating of 7. Show off your Amethyst and carry it with you every day, knowing that it will last long enough to become your most-loved companion.

Amethyst, the official birthstone for February, is the ideal present to offer because of its rich purple tones and outstanding adaptability, making it ideal for any jewelry design.


The background, mineral composition, metaphysical characteristics, and care of the February gemstone will all be covered in this blog post. As you learn about the magnificence of this beautiful purple diamond, reap the many benefits when you obtain your first Amethyst stone.




Amethyst has always been associated with gods and goddesses, and its spectacular beauty and look have been admired. According to legend, the early Greeks felt Amethyst's color resembled wine, therefore they connected it with Bacchus, the god of wine. Amethyst draws its name from the Greek word amethysts, which means "intoxicate." That's because the Greeks claimed Amethyst could prevent people from being drunk and hence improve mental clarity. 

Amethyst, like the expensive Ruby and Sapphire, was utilized in regal crowns and holy jewelry. Amethyst was exceedingly popular, well-loved, and became one of the most sought-after jewels worn by high society, from British monarchy to high-ranking bishop's rings.


Peace, temperance, tranquilly, and royalty are all symbols of amethyst. Wearing this birthstone in February might help to enhance connections and bring courage when needed.” - Midas -




Purple Quartz, the February birthstone, is known to be one of the master healers of the gemstones because of its color. February's birthstone is associated with the crown and root chakras, however it can be worn on any of the chakras. For spiritual purposes, amethyst pairs well with other gemstones. Amethyst increases self-assurance and well-being while reducing emotions of imbalance in the mind, body, and soul. Its soothing presence aids in the reduction of despair, anxiety, and tension, allowing you to rediscover your inner confidence and enthusiasm for life.


Amethyst is thought to have the ability to boost clairvoyant or psychic powers. Amethyst may shift energy across the body and clear out any barriers or negative thought habits that you may have unwittingly kept deep within the recesses of your mind. Amethyst has the ability to fine-tune your intuition and cleanse the mind through meditative activities, allowing you to take the practical actions necessary to fulfill your aspirations and goals.


Amethyst lowers dizziness and nausea/vomiting and relieves pain in the digestive tract (indigestion and other discomforts). When amethyst is worn or used on a daily basis, it helps to prevent edema (water retention).




The Amethyst birthstone is usually set into rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and pendants, and is perfect for those who enjoy the color purple. Amethyst is a very famous purple stone that may be found in a wide range of jewelry and other ornamental things. With its attractive appearance, amethyst can readily be matched with other stones, including diamonds. Amethyst is frequently featured in cocktail rings, engagement or commitment rings, and February birthstone rings.


This February birthstone is a dream come true for everyone who adores the color purple! This magnificent purple gem is not only attractive, but also affordable, making it the ideal present for someone born with the Amethyst birthstone.


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