Collection: Pink Amethyst

Pink Amethyst is known to exude positive energy and promote feelings of comfort and serenity. This feminine version of amethyst, with its soft pink hue, is a popular choice for its ability to balance emotions and act as a physical and emotional balancer. Pink Amethyst is often paired with Rose Quartz for its complementary healing properties, making it a go-to for those seeking to instill feelings of understanding and calmness. This stone is found in Patagonia, Argentina and Brazil. Known is prized for its ability to treat physical ailments and protect against negative energies. The bright pink color of Pink Amethyst can also stimulate lucid dreaming and is said to open the heart chakra. Browse our selection of Pink Amethyst crystals for sale

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Pink Amethyst Crystal FAQ


Pink Amethyst is a captivating gemstone known for its soothing, loving energy. It combines the tranquil properties of amethyst with a gentle pink hue, promoting emotional healing and harmonious relationships.

Pink Amethyst is valued for its ability to foster love, compassion, and emotional healing. It's often used to enhance self-love, strengthen relationships, and promote a sense of inner peace and balance.

Pink Amethyst was first discovered in the Choique Mine in the La Parrilla district of Argentina. This remarkable find introduced the world to the enchanting beauty and metaphysical properties of Pink Amethyst, making it a popular choice among crystal enthusiasts and collectors.

Pink Amethyst is generally safe for water use, but it's advisable to exercise caution and ensure the quality of your specific Pink Amethyst piece, as some varieties may be more porous and susceptible to damage when submerged.