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Natural Zambian Citrine Crystal Point - Zambia, Africa

Natural Zambian Citrine Crystal Point - Zambia, Africa

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Natural Zambian Citrine Crystal point from Zambia, Africa. This Natural Citrine crystal has a beautiful amber-bronze color, the surface of the crystal is raw and unpolished. Citrine from Zambia is world renown, highly valued for its pigmented rich gold and bronze colors. 

While most Citrine on the market is heat-treated, Natural Citrine is more rare and valuable, it has more subtle neutral golden tones in shades of pale gold, topaz-gold and bronze. 

  • Stone: Citrine 
  • Origin: Zambia, Africa
  • Quality: A-Grade 
  • Size: 40mm length
  • Weight: 15g
  • Hardness: 7
  • Natural, unheated, without enhancements or treatments.
  • You'll receive the crystal point shown here in the photos.
  • Acrylic mineral display stand sold separately.


Natural Citrine Metaphysical Properties And Benefits 
Natural Citrine, the stone of optimism, prosperity and happiness, was used as a gem in Greece as far back as 300 B.C. It was worked into cabochon stones for rings in Greece and Rome in the first and second centuries A.D. Natural Citrine opens the inner doors to increased clarity of thought, enhanced creativity and magnified powers of will and manifestation. Natural Citrine has a powerful frequency and purifying energy that allows for the clearing and strengthening of the manifestation channel.

Natural Citrine awakens creative imagination and enables one to be more assertive and outgoing. It can assist one in setting proper emotional boundaries and in clearly maintaining them. Natural Citrine brings prosperity, optimism, playfulness and happiness into one's energy systems. It stimulates the mind and can assist in learning. It's been used to support metabolism and increased energy. The vibration of Natural Citrine activates and harmonizes the root, navel and solar-plexus chakras. These chakras are where energy becomes physical. - The Book Of Stones by Robert Simmons, Naisha Ahsian.


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