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Best Purple Crystals

Purple is the colour of spirituality and is connected to the crown chakra and third eye chakra. These crystals are symbols of magic and mysticism and help with spiritual healing.

Purple/Grape Agate

Purple Agate has a relaxing and radiant energy. This colour of Agate is great at balancing emotions and keeping you calm in times of struggle. Purple Agate has a smooth texture that will help you let go of anger just by holding it. It brings a cleansing energy into the home and wards off bad vibes thanks to its gentle purple shades and powerful high energy.


Amethyst is a quartz crystal that can be light or dark purple. It is the most popular purple crystal and has been valued for thousands of years. People often use Amethyst to fight any fears and help with spiritual and personal growth. Amethyst has also been used throughout time to fight against evil. It is known as the 'crown chakra stone', as it balances our energy centres.

Purple Diamond

It's difficult to write this list without including the most popular crystal of all, the diamond. Diamonds can be found in many colours and obviously, purple is one of them. There are many elements that need to come together for a diamond to be formed and purple diamonds are actually the rarest colour to find. If you are looking for cheaper purple crystals, this one is probably not the one to buy!


Lepidolite is a crystal that is usually pink or purple in colour. It is quite soft, so the Lepidolite that is used to create gemstones is associated with a much harder quartz. Lepidolite and quartz together create a high vibrational crystal. It is a 'stone of transition' as it helps to release old patterns in order to help its users go through a gentle change. Lepidolite also helps to relieve stress and tension.

Purple Jasper

Jasper is an opaque form of quartz, chalcedony and other minerals. Its appearance is usually spotted and its name comes from the Greek word iaspis. However, iaspis crystals include more than just regular Jasper! Purple Jasper connects more to its users and unites energies, creating harmony. It also encourages honourable behaviour and power.

By Pia Louisa

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