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Amethyst Chipped Gemstone Bracelet

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This bracelet is discontinued and is part of our 50% off when you add 2 pieces to your cart.  See the complete clearance selection here 

Amethysts form in long, prismatic crystals in geodes or hollow rocks. These form where there are cavities in volcanic rock.  As the rock cools, the mineral-saturated water, gases and volcanic material distil and crystallize. When these crystals harden, they form amethyst. Although generally more of a deeper purple, the stone can also have a reddish-purple tinge, or a very pale purple tinge that fades into a lilac.

Our beautiful chipped gemstone bracelets are on a strong stretch cord.  They are made to be worn alone or try stacking them together!  8" wide.



    • Stress and anxiety relief: Amethyst is often associated with calming the mind and easing tension. It's believed to help manage stress, anxiety, and negative emotions like anger and fear.


    • Improved sleep: Amethyst is said to promote better sleep patterns, combating insomnia and aiding in relaxation.


    • Enhanced clarity and focus: Some believe that amethyst can help clear mental clutter and improve focus, leading to better decision-making and creativity.




    • Pain relief: Amethyst is traditionally used for pain relief, particularly headaches and migraines.


    • Immune system support: Some believe it can boost the immune system and aid in overall physical well-being.


    • Detoxification: Amethyst is thought to cleanse the body of toxins and impurities.




    • Intuition and spiritual connection: Many believe amethyst opens the crown chakra, enhancing intuition and promoting spiritual connection.


  • Protection and grounding: Amethyst is said to offer protection from negative energies and bring a sense of grounding and balance.

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All crystal jewelry will come with a guide explaining how to cleanse, wear, utilize and set your intentions for your new crystals!

crystal healing practices and believed to offer various benefits, it's crucial to understand that it shouldn't replace professional medical care or treatment. If you're experiencing any health concerns, consult with a doctor or qualified healthcare provider for proper diagnosis and guidance.


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