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Citrine

Description
A pale yellow variety of crystalline Quartz resembling Topaz.

Properties
bulletpromotes success and abundance, especially in business and commerce.
bulletCitrine it enhances mental clarity, confidence, happiness and will power.
bulletCitrine is purported to bring good fortune, sometimes in very unexpected ways.
bulletCitrine is a good general protection stone.
bulletCitrine is said to alleviate depression and self-doubt, and diminish irrational mood swings due to the effect of mental clarity it has.
bulletCitrine aids the digestion and eliminates nightmares that disturb one's sleep.
bulletCitrine is associated with the solar plexus chakra.

Etymology
Middle English, reddish yellow, from Old French citrin, from Medieval Latin citrnus, from Latin citrus, citron tree.
Origin of the word Citrine at Etymonline.com (currently empty)

General Reference
Citrine at Wikipedia

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