Crystal Elixirs is probably one of my favorite subjects. I love creating these little bottles of magic that anyone can do, but what crystals are good for elixirs? Well, that question has two parts, the first being what is your intention or what you need the elixir to do, and second, is the crystal water friendly? Well, no worries, because I’ll give you a few tips, recipes, and what not to do to create your ultimate crystal elixir.

What is a Crystal Elixir?

A crystal elixir is a really simple yet powerful little creation. At its core, it is just aHow to make a crystal elixir small spray bottle filled with water, and in goes your favorite little crystals. I always recommend this project to those who unfortunately break their crystals and don’t want to part ways with the small little pieces or have found a tiny piece they want to use in their work. Reuse and Reduce!

Tips for Making your own Elixir

Different people may have different ways to create their own elixir. I myself use different mixes to achieve the best results. Don’t be afraid to experiment and see what works best for you.

Directions:

  • Find a small little spray bottle like THIS.
  • Fill with spring water or distilled. If all you have is tap water that is totally fine too.
  • Find your favorite water-friendly crystal (more details below)
  • Add your favorite essential oil or herb
  • Shake it up
  • Set your intention by holding it your hand and saying an affirmation like “With this, I raise the vibrations in my home and remove what no longer serves me or my family”. (Loads more affirmations and intention setting below).
  • Done!

Pro Tip: You can use the Moon Water you have been collecting during full moons for this.

Crystals for Elixirs

Stones that are not water safe

Let’s first start off with a list of stones that should not go in water. These stones will be damaged or potentially rust. Some are even dangerous when exposed to water.

  • Selenite
  • LabradoriteWater pouring over crystals
  • Carnelian
  • Pyrite
  • Hematite
  • Magnetite
  • Lepidolite
  • Angelite
  • Celestite
  • Malachite
  • Lapis Lazuli
  • Moldavite
  • Galena
  • Calcite

This is not a complete list, so I highly suggest you do your research before. As a tip, crystals that are low in the MOH Hardness scale ( 5 or below) should NOT go in water.

Crystal Elixir Recipes

Here I’ll pair up what stones work with their purpose, but if you have been around here long enough, you know that I always say to follow your intuition! If it feels right, use the stone that is calling to you. Chose one crystal or a combination and then add your favorite essential oil or herb combo.

  • Sleep
    • Crystal:
      • Rose Quartz
      • Amethyst
      • Smoky Quartz
      • Obsidian
    • Essential Oil or Herb:
      • Lavender
      • Chamomile
      • Thyme
      • Rosemary (+Amethyst makes for a strong dream combo)
  • Anxiety
    • Crystals
      • Rose Quartz
      • Smoky Quartz
      • Peridot
      • Blue Lace Agate
      • Larimar
      • Kunzite
    • Essential Oil or Herb:
      • Lavender
      • Frankincense
      • Geranium
      • Sweet Orange
      • Lemon
      • Peppermint
  • Grounding
    • Crystals:
      • Smoky Quartz
      • Obsidian
      • Garnet
      • Black Kyanite (Shorter ones)
      • Black Tourmaline
    • Essential Oil or Herb
      • Cedarwood
      • Sandalwood
      • Myrrh
  • Increased Intuition
    • Crystals
      • Amethyst
      • Herkimer Diamond
      • Tibetan Quartz
      • Moonstone (Highly recommended for women looking to tap into Goddess energy)
      • Spirit Quartz
    • Essential Oil or Herb:
      • Lavender
      • Rosemary (Combined with Moonstone for Goddess energy)
      • Frankincense
      • Palo Santo
      • Sage
  • Love (Include Self Love, Romantic, Familial, Etc.)
    • Crystals
      • Rose Quartz
      • Kunzite
      • Rhodonite
      • Morganite
    • Essential Oil or Herb
      • Rose
      • Geranium (One of my all time favorites)
      • Hibiscus
      • Basil

       

      These are just a few basic recipes to help you get started. The more you start creating these elixirs, the more you will intuitively start to hone on on your favorite combinations. I always highly encourage you to play around and do what resonates with you.

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