Part 2 of 8: Clear Quartz - Demystifying Super Seven Quartz

Posted by Melissa Brown on 4/20/2021 to Product Spotlights
Part 2 of 8: Clear Quartz - Demystifying Super Seven Quartz

We're using Super Seven Quartz as an opportunity to take a closer look at each of the minerals included within it. In this second post of our eight part series, it's time to gain some clarity on the most abundant mineral on Earth - Clear Quartz!

Fun Facts About Quartz

Quartz is the most abundant mineral on Earth, which is why almost every rock contains some form of quartz. For instance, granite is composed of at least 20% quartz. There are a large variety of crystals in the Quartz family, each with its own unique properties. Ultimately, quartz is composed of silicon and oxygen but the types are further broken down based on their structure and colour. It is easy to identify many of these by the inclusion of quartz in their name (rose, smokey, milky, rutilated). However, you may be surprised to learn that there are other commonly known minerals which are also part of this family. Those varieties include amethyst, citrine, chalcedony, carnelian, agate, aventurine, onyx, jasper, tigereye and prasiolite. Pure quartz is colourless and transparent with no impurities or inclusions.

The Metaphysical Properties Of Clear Quartz

Clear quartz is known as the master healer that amplifies energies at high vibrations. It is used to increase clarity, light and positivity. Most individuals turn to this crystal to improve mental focus because it is said to block and release negative energy.

The Uses Of Clear Quartz

Clear quartz is often placed around a home or place of business to manifest high vibrations, invite optimism and increase prosperity. Some people wear clear quartz as a reminder of their purpose, to strengthen their intentions or to amplify positivity.

Follow along to learn about amethyst in all its glory.

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