Quartz is the second most abundant mineral in the Earth’s crust. Feldspar is the most abundant mineral.Composed of silicon and oxygen atoms, Quartz is a hard, crystalline mineral. According to Wikipedia, “Quartz exists in two forms, the normal α-quartz and the high-temperature β-quartz, both of which are chiral.There are many different varieties of quartz, several of which are semi-precious gemstones. Although many of the varietal names historically arose from the color of the mineral, current scientific naming schemes refer primarily to the microstructure of the mineral. Color is a secondary identifier for the cryptocrystalline minerals, although it is a primary identifier for the macrocrystalline varieties.“Agates, Amethyst, Aventurine, Carnelian, Chalcedony, Dumortierite, Herkimer Diamond, Jaspers, Onyx, Prasolite, Rock Crystal and Tiger’s Eye are all forms of Quartz combined with other minerals or impurities that are classified within their unique crystal class and system along with their different chemical composition.  PRIMARY CHAKRA: Varies by crystalSECONDARY CHAKRA:Varies by crystalZODIAC:Varies by crystal ELEMENT: Varies by crystalPLANET: Varies by crystalNUMERIC VIBRATION: Varies by crystalHARDNESS: 7MINERAL CLASS: SilicateCRYSTAL SYSTEM: TrigonalCHEMICAL COMPOSITION: Silicon Dioxide Crystals come in medium to large size.Mindful Notice:Natural gemstone comes from mineral. Due to the naturality, the stones may have tiny flaw and variation of colors. Meanwhile, cutting or polishing also makes every piece its own unique gemstone which will vary in color and size.Sacred Stone Collections is not an independent therapy, but one that is part of a holistic healing approach. By using this site and associated materials, you acknowledge and agree that you personally assume responsibility for your use or misuse of this information.

Quartz Variety (medium to large)

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