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Amethyst Crystals and Their Healing Effect

Amethyst Crystals Amethyst is a type of quartz. It is composed of silicon and oxygen, specifically silicon dioxide. Quartz is formed in lava when gas bubbles are trapped, forming crystals inside the cavities. As the cavities fill with silica-rich fluid, crystals form in volcanic rocks. Amethyst is found throughout the world. Silica And Oxygen Amethyst

The silica and oxygen combination structure can contain a very large quantity of information. This information is transferred with infrared passing through it and when heat is applied.

Amethyst Information Lattice

Amethyst Kirlian Amethyst naturally emits infrared when heated, but passing infrared through it creates a more powerful emission. The amethyst modulates the waveform of the infrared passing through it.

Amethyst Information Signal

Here we see the graph showing the emissivity of infrared passing through amethyst along a line of wavelengths in microns. The top line is the infrared source. You can see the amethyst filters specific wavelengths to optimize the energy to match the human infrared.

The lower infrared ray in the 5 to 8-micron range has a more ability to transfer information. The higher infrared rays in the 8-25 micron range cause a thermal reaction. These are the ranges found in a Biomat.

The effect of infrared therapy is found in the following.

  • Provides penetrating warmth.
  • Activates the water molecules in the body.
  • Increases the level of oxygen in the cell.
  • Improve Blood circulation.
  • Increases energy levels.
  • Promotes fast healing.
  • Reduces toxins & lactic acid.
  • Active Mitochondria in Cell.
  • Reduces fatty acid.