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Everything About Citrine Meaning, Birthstone, Price, and Healing Properties

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Citrine Gemstone Meaning is quite evident by both its name and appearance. The name comes from the French word Citron, which denotes lemons or citrus fruits. The name stands up with its orange-lemony look and justifies its meaning. While talking about the physical composition, it is a quartz mineral, the second-most abundant in earth’s crust, and is usually not considered rare. Yet, Natural Citrine is indeed rare these days as today most of the Citrine is Amethyst heat-treated. Since they both are quartz, they can grow in bi-color, which we call Ametrine.

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