Amethyst Natural Raw Stone

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Material: Amethyst

Size: 3-5mm

Weigh: 0.22lb(100g)

10% of profits are used to protect nature and endangered animals

Amethyst Properties

What is Amethyst?

Amethyst is said to have taken its name from a beautiful girl in Greek mythology, Amethystos.

Dionysus, the god of revelry and wine, got drunk after a feast and then announced that the next person to go alone on the road would be eaten by a tiger. And Amethystos happened to be the first one to pass by alone. The goddess Athena turned the girl into a white stone in order to save her life. The tears shed by the remorseful Dionysus fell into the wine, and he poured the wine from the cup on the Armistoxis turned into a stone, and the white stone turned into purple. From then on, amethyst was believed to be effective in preventing drunkenness, and Armistoxis was seen as a symbol of celibacy and piety.



Crystal System

Tripartite crystal system.

Crystal Habit

Variable, but the most common is six-sided pyramidal with hexagonal rhombus at the end, also can be cryptocrystalline, such as agate, chalcedony, and bloodstone.




Absolutely transparent.


Vitreous and Resinous.






No Cleavage.






2.65 g/㎝³

Other properties



None known.


The largest amethysts come from South American countries, such as Brazil and Uruguay. Most of these amethysts are found in caves large enough to enter on foot, while the most intense purple amethysts come from African countries such as Namibia and Zambia.

• Unique and genuine Amethyst raw stone
• A bag of Amethyst stones
• Color, shape, size, and markings will vary
• Comes with a description card

Amethyst gravel is a beautiful and unique way to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your garden. This stunning purple gemstone is not only visually appealing but is also said to have calming and grounding properties. Here are some tips for incorporating amethyst gravel into your garden design.

First, consider using amethyst gravel as a border for your flower beds or garden paths. This will add a pop of color and interest to your garden, while also defining the edges of your space. You can also use amethyst gravel to create a focal point, such as a small Zen garden or a rock garden.

Another way to incorporate amethyst gravel into your garden design is to mix it with other materials, such as mulch or pebbles. This will create a more subtle effect, while still adding a touch of sparkle and shine to your garden.

When using amethyst gravel in your garden, be sure to choose a size that is appropriate for your space. Large amethyst gravel can be used to create a bold and dramatic effect, while smaller sizes can be used for a more delicate and subtle look.

Overall, amethyst gravel is a beautiful and unique way to add a touch of glamour and elegance to your garden. By incorporating it into your design, you can create a space that is both visually appealing and calming.

Every day, we see nature deteriorating at an alarming rate. The climate is changing faster than ever before, with serious consequences for all life on Earth – including us! Wanting to help, we created Roe Garden to help conserve and restore biodiversity, the web of life that supports all on Earth. By donating 10% of our profits to WWF, we’re able to make a real difference in the fight against climate change and its effects on our planet. What we didn’t know was just how much our little garden would grow. But we’re not giving up without a fight. With your help, we can make a difference!

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