Crystal Geology

Marigold Crystal Collection selects only the finest crystals and gems from mines and vendors worldwide. All items are responsibly sourced, authentic, raw, and delivered directly to your door. We take pride in bringing nature into your home and as an accessory worn for its holistic properties.  
Understanding the formation of crystals and gems, through processes such as weathering, erosion, and lithification, is crucial in the field of Earth Science. This is because the majority of the Earth's surface is made up of sedimentary rocks and their predecessor, sediments. Although sedimentary rocks can form in various ways, they all share one thing in common: the creation of a beautiful crystal.


Crystals have been revered since ancient times for their metaphysical properties and are referenced in the Bible. Believers in crystal healing suggest that certain crystals, like amethyst or quartz, can reduce stress, promote clarity of thought, and facilitate inner peace. These crystals can be placed in specific areas in a living space or worn as jewelry to promote balance and harmony.


While there is limited scientific evidence supporting these therapeutic claims, the psychological impact of belief should not be underestimated. Using these ancient crystals can serve as a powerful tool for achieving a greater sense of well-being. Their historical and cultural significance continues to captivate those seeking alternative avenues for personal growth and holistic health. Why not try incorporating these crystals into your daily routine and unlock their full potential?


Crystal Geology 


Gem Formation: How are Gemstones Created? - Gem Society 


List of Gemstones: Precious and Semi-Precious Stones - Gem Society 


Gem Gallery - International Gem Society 


  1. Clear quartz: a clear crystal considered a master healer and believed to support the entire energetic system 
  2. Jasper: a nurturing stone said to provide support during times of stress 
  3. Obsidian: believed to help process emotions and experiences and aid in letting go 
  4. Amethyst: used for healing, purifying, and enhancing willpower 
  5. Bloodstone: said to improve circulation and provide support to blood-related issues 
  6. Tiger’s eye: said to provide motivation and lessen fear 
  7. Citrine: believed to spark enthusiasm, creativity, and concentration 
  8. Turquoise: thought to soothe emotions  
  9. Rose quartz: sometimes referred to as the stone of love and believed to encourage love and trust 
  10. Moonstone: said to prompt feelings of inner strength and growth 


Healing Crystals 101: Finding the Right One for You (