Amazonite Properties & Uses

Amazonite is a wonderful stone when it comes to communicating peacefully and speaking your truth. As a crystal of peaceful resolution, it offers the qualities of yin and yang and observing arguments from a third-person perspective. This crystal alleviates negativity, fear, worry, aggravation, and emotional imbalance. It is said to be beneficial in keeping a marriage alive, as well as helpful during childbirth and overcoming sexual disorders.

In the workplace, using this stone will protect against any aggravation, irritation, as well as others trying to take advantage of you. It is also a great stone for starting a new business, as it brings in new customers and supports overall prosperity!

Amazonite helps with any electromagnetic frequencies from computers, TVs, phones, microwaves, etc. You can also use this supportive crystal for healing/alleviating emotional or physical trauma, the aftereffects of illness, cell regeneration, muscle spasms, thyroid disease, calcium imbalance, and lack of good keratin (brittle nails and loss of hair).

How to use & where to place in your home

Use Amazonite by placing it in your bedroom under your pillow or on the nightstand to experience better sleep, reduce nightmares, and induce prophetic dreaming. You can also place Amazonite in your living room or the center of your home to create a warmer and more soothing environment. 

How to cleanse/charge it

Cleanse it by smudging with blue sage or running water over it and drying! Even better if it’s cleansed under fresh water.

Charge it by laying it under the sun for an hour or less and/or visualizing a golden light around the crystal.

For more information on how to cleanse and charge crystals, check out our blog post and our Crystal Starter Guide.

Chakra: Heart, Throat, and Third Eye

Zodiac sign: Virgo

Angel number: 5

Source: Worldwide, though it’s named after the Amazon River in Brazil as it was first discovered there.


By Hana Mann / Edited by Larissa Aguiar


Feature photo by Franco Antonio Giovanella on Unsplash