Citrine Meaning and Healing Benefits

Large piece of Natural Citrine point on a wooden table

Main Meaning

Wealth ~ Happiness ~ Abundance

Powerful Amplifier

Chakra: All Chakras 

Birthstone: November (By Month) - Aries, Gemini, Leo and Libra (By Zodiac Signs)

Wedding Anniversary: 13 yrs and 17 years


Benefits for your Mind 

Happiness ~ Optimism ~ Willpower ~ Self Esteem ~ Concentration ~ Motivation ~ Depression ~ Phobia's and Fears ~ Self Expression ~ Confidence ~ Enthusiasm ~ Joy ~ Wisdom ~ Emotional Balance and Transforms negativity into positive energy.


Benefits for your Body

Alzheimer's Disease ~ Male Hormones ~ Constipation ~ Cellulite ~ Kidney and Bladder Infections ~ Spleen ~ Pancreas ~ Blood Circulation ~ Thymus and Thyroid Glands ~ Eye Problems ~ Degenerative Conditions ~ Bad Nerves ~ Toxin Remover.


 Benefits for your Soul

Amplifies Manifestation of Goals ~ Hypersensitivity to Environmental Influences ~ Allows you to let go of the past ~ Powerful Amplifier, Purifier and Energiser ~ Enhances Creativity ~ Absorbs and Dissolves Negative Energy ~ Protection for the Environment ~ Reverses Self Destructive Behaviour into a more Positive and Constructive Behaviour ~ Inner Calm ~ Calming in Family Upsets, Disagreements and Arguments ~ Attracts Wealth and Abundance ~ Grounding ~ Provides Happiness and Joy to anyone who Connects and Holds Citrine.


*Citrine is also known as the Money or Merchant Gemstone.




Little History

During the Hellenistic Age of between 300-150 BC, Citrine was extremely popular with the Ancient Greeks and was said to be their main choice of Gemstones for Jewellery for thousands of years.

The Ancient Romans also used Citrine Gemstones for Intaglio work - (Small Gemstone that has been carved and made into Beautiful Jewellery).

Due to the hardness and durability of this Gemstone, during the 17th Century Citrine was used by Scottish Weapon and Tool Makers to create handles for their various weapons and tools.

In Victorian Times Citrine was very much sought after and in high demand for Statement Jewellery because of its hardness, beautiful tones of Champagnes and Yellows and because it was believed to carry the power of the Sun.

Queen Victoria was well known for her love of Gemstones and historians have stated that the Gemstone she loved and had great admiration for above all other Gemstones was Citrine, she was said to admire this Gemstone so much that she later authorised Citrine to be used to make Shoulder Brooches and Kilt Pins for the Traditional Scottish Costume.

Hollywood Icons such as Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford were known to have large pieces of Art Deco Style Jewellery which was specially created for them using Citrine Gemstones.


Mohs Scale: 7

(The Scale Number from 1 to 10 given to Gemstones based on their hardness and ability to Scratch another Gemstone)


Please Note:

*As Genuine Gemstones are naturally formed, please be aware that any markings and colours/shades may vary slightly from one Gemstone to another.

**All content on Gemstones throughout our website is for informational purposes only, for any health related illness's/conditions, please seek advice from your health care practitioner.