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Amethyst's intense purple color and beauty has made this birthstone very popular throughout the centuries. Egyptian craftsmen over 4,500 years ago were fashioning amethyst in their jewelry. This gem was also popular since Pre-Roman times when the wine-loving Greeks believed amethyst birthstones could prevent intoxication. Medieval European soldiers wore amethyst amulets as protection in battle and to help calm their fears. Amethyst has been used since ancient times for carved figurines and shapes.
Source: Crystal Links
Originally posted by DragonflyKingdom
Make sure you have your stones for month and sign. They dont always match. It also reacts to where worn.