Care for your amethyst jewelry - Amethyst stone or by its Hebrew name "Ahalma"

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*** Author's Note: The Amethyst mystic powers and any other information contained on this blog is for entertainment purposes only and should be treated accordingly. It is based on centuries of folklore and does not claim any medical information. For advice on one of the listed diseases, please visit a qualified physician.

9. Care for your amethyst jewelry

Amethyst's typical color boasts the royal color, rich purple. It comes in all shades of purple.

The color of Amethyst is very unstable and can fade with long exposure to sunlight and or exposure to heat. You can save the Amethyst stones in a closed box inside an aluminium foil to enhance color. The purple color of the stone actually comes from iron contaminations inside it. Worth a try, keep in mind that it's not always successful.

Avoid contact with chemicals such as household detergents or hair spray.

How to Clean Amethyst Stone? To clean, use a toothbrush or soft cloth and gently clean with gentle soap and warm water.

*** I have heard, but have not tried myself, that you can also clean with an ultrasonic home cleaning unit, for those who know and have tried, I would love if you share how it came out and if you recommend.

9.1 The use of Amethyst in jewelry

Amethyst is a semi-precious stone and the fact is that Amethysts have a degree of hardness of 7, allows to use beauty and embellish them with jewelry. Whether as crystals that remain natural, or polished stones, whether embedded with modern or classic jewelery, the Amethyst is a gem whose great beauty adds value to the jewel.


1. Amethyst stone or "Ahalma" in Judaism

1.1 Amethyst stone in Judaism - One of the Hahoshen's stones

1.2 Interpretation of the name Amalma according to Kabbalah

1.3 The numerological analysis for the name Ahalma

2. Origin of the name Amethyst according to ancient Greece

2.1 Amethyst legend in Greek Mythology - Bacchus and Amethyst

2.2 Amethyst legend in Roman Mythology - Dionysus and Amethystus

2.3 The Amethyst in the Renaissance as a Classic Myth

2.4 February and Pisces

2.5 The Virtues of the Amethyst Stone in Ancient Europe

3. The Amethyst Stone in the Christian World

3.1 The Amethyst in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance

3.2 The Amethyst garnish the royal jewelery in Europe - England, Russia, Norway, Denmark, Sweden

4. Ancient Egypt - Amethysts in protective amulets

5. In China, Amethyst is also called the "wisdom stone"

5.1 in Traditional Chinese Medicine

6. Virtues, spirituality and mysticism in our day

7. A little science behind the Amethyst stone

7.1 Describing the various colors in amethyst

8. Geographical distribution

9. Care for your Amethyst stone

9.1 The use of Amethyst in jewelry

10. Famous celebrities born in February

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