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From  To help you get started, we compiled a comprehensive roundup of some of the most popular crystals. Different types of healing crystals Clear quartz This white crystal is considered a “master healer.” It’s said to amplify energy by absorbing, storing, releasing, and regulating it. It’s also said to aid concentration and memory. Physically, clear crystals are claimed to help stimulate the immune system and balance out your entire body. This stone is often paired with others like rose quartz to aid and enhance their abilities. Rose quartz Just as the color may suggest, this pink stone is all about...

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  A rock is a rock right? Not necessarily. While some people do use words like “rock,” “stone” and “gem” interchangeably, there are some noticeable differences between these words. The most common misconceptions occurs when you begin talking about “gems” and “crystals” . Are these two words synonymous, or is there an actual difference in the verbiage? The Answer… A gem is a rare mineral. This mineral is of the purest quality, so it is priced highly and considered “gem quality.” A crystal is a pure substance that has its molecules arranged in such a way that it creates a...

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