Yellow Aventurine

Yellow Aventurine

Gorgeous sunshine Yellow Aventurine crystals in at La Luna!


This crystal is all about creativity, inner strength & understanding. Use when you need a confidence boost, to tap into your personal power and reach your full potential!


Keywords: Creativity, Inner Strength, Understanding

Chakras: Solar Plexus, Sacral

Element: Air

Zodiac Signs: Aries, Libra, Aquarius, Gemini

Number: 3


Yellow Aventurine Crystal Healing Properties:

A great crystal choice for when you are feeling doubtful about yourself, helping you to tap into your personal power, guiding you to your full potential within. Yellow Aventurine will help to boost your confidence, whilst balancing the emotions and the yin and yang energies in your body, encouraging self reflection and overall improving your energy flow. Physically, Yellow Aventurine can be used as an anti-inflammatory, as well as easing migraine headaches, allergies and sinus issues.


Yellow Aventurine History and Uses:

Yellow Aventurine is a type of Quartz, which is in turn a Silicate mineral. Aventurine is a translucent form of quartz known for its bright inclusions that give it a shimmery look, which has been named “aventurescence.” The aventurescence comes from the presence of chrome-bearing fuchsite, which adds a silvery green or silvery blue sheen to the Blue and Green varieties of this crystal. Hematite or goethite inclusions create orange and brown crystals. Therefore, Aventurine can be found in different colours such as orange, blue, grey, brown and yellow, but it is most often green. The Yellow variety has commonly been used throughout history to aid manifestations and raise levels of abundance and prosperity.


Yellow Aventurine Geological Description:

The colour of Yellow Aventurine is due to it’s inclusions of a lighter yellow Mica and Pyrite. Small amounts of aventurine occur in many parts of the world. India is by far the most important commercial producer of aventurine. Brazil is the second-place producer. Russia, Spain, Austria, and Tanzania produce smaller amounts of aventurine.