A Garden Quartz is a crystal that takes in other substances around it in the process of its formation. A common pattern is chlorite (Chlorite), which contains dark green particles. There are many other inclusions, such as reddish brown and gray.
A Garden Quartz is one in which these inclusions appear to form a garden within the crystal. Some of the stones look like a truly magnificent garden, and can be called a work of art created by nature.
However, in recent years, the range has been expanded further, and crystals containing earth-like inclusions (mica, limonite, kaolinite) are often collectively referred to as this.
It has come to be called a garden crystal because it literally looks like the garden is contained inside the crystal.
Minerals reminiscent of green moss and brown soil are mixed inside the crystal, giving it an appearance reminiscent of a garden.
Benefits of Garden Quartz
Following are the benefits of Garden Quartz:
Healing effects of Garden Quartz:
Rather than being effective against a specific disease, it is said that one stone is associated with forests, the sea, and the microcosm, so decorating the garden crystal or meditating together will improve the psychological health effect. I will.
However, these effects and benefits have not been proven in modern medicine.
Magical effects of Garden Quartz:
The meaning of gemstone is that it has the power to accumulate firmly from the generation process of “taking in and storing”, and it is said to support property formation.
In addition, since there are many stones that remind us of deep forests and the sea, many people perform healing meditation through these stones, and there are reports that it has a great impact on health and luck.
By the way, the type that contains minerals such as soft yarn is sometimes called orchid crystal.
How to Cleanse Garden Quartz:
If the inclusions are exposed on the surface, it is safer to refrain from washing with water or purifying crude salt. Also, depending on the type of inclusions, it may fade after prolonged sunbathing.
The recommended purification method is purification with crystal clusters.
Garden Quartz corresponds to which chakra:
Directions corresponding to Garden Quartz:
Properties of Garden Quartz:
|Main production areas||Brazil, Madagascar|
|Classification||Oxidized Mineral Quartz Group|
|Chemical composition||SiO 2 silicon, oxygen compound|
|Crystal system||Trigonal system|
|Crystal habit (shape)||Columnar, lumpy|
|Main shades||White, green, brown|
|Refractive index||1.54 to 1.56|
|Similar stone non-made||—|
The above data is about crystals. There are various types of inclusions, so they are not specified.
It is difficult to delineate how far the garden crystal is, but the most common inclusions are the clay minerals chlorite and kaolinite, and mica minerals. Next, we often see amphibole, including actinolite and rybeckite, epidote, tourmaline, gesite, hematite, and rutile.