Green Aventurine

COLOR: Light to dark green with white specks
SHAPE: Trigonal
Treatment: Aventurine is not typically treated or enhanced
RARITY: Common
MINERAL CLASS: Translucent to opaque
CRYSTAL SYSTEM: Hexagonal Crystal System
HARDNESS: 7 Hardness
CHAKRA: Heart Plexus






The Aventurine crystal stone meaning is linked with the heart plexus chakra, making it a powerful crystal for calming negative emotions that often get stuck in the heart center. Aventurine crystal healing properties flow through your chakras, promoting harmony and balance while clearing away toxic emotions. This rush of positive energy and heart-opening boosts your confidence. It opens your energy field to attract new possibilities and opportunities, which gives Aventurine its luck-enhancing power.

Green Aventurine can fade with prolonged exposure to the sun, so store stone in a dark place.

Cleansing and Charging Crystals

Set your stone out before nightfall and plan to bring it in before 11 a.m. to allow your stone to bathe in the light of both the moon and sun.

Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may weather the stone’s surface, so make sure you return for it in the morning. If you’re able to place your stone directly on the earth will allow for further cleansing. Wherever they are, ensure they won’t be disturbed by wildlife or passersby. Afterward, give the stone a quick rinse to remove any dirt and debris. Pat dry.

Approximate duration: 10 to 12 hours

Use this for most tumbled stones.

CAUTION:  vibrant stones, such as amethyst, in sunlight, soft rocks, such as celestite, halite, and selenite, that may be damaged by inclement weather.


Sage is a sacred plant with a multitude of healing properties. Smudging your stone is said to clear inharmonious vibrations and restore its natural energy.

You’ll need:

  • a fire-safe bowl
  • a lighter or matches
  • loose or bundled sage

If you’re unable to sage outdoors, make sure you’re near an open window. This will allow the smoke and negative energy to disperse.

When you’re ready, ignite the tip of the sage with the flame. Transfer the sage to your non-dominant hand, firmly grasp your stone, and move it through the smoke.

Allow the smoke to envelop the stone for about 30 seconds. If it’s been a while since your last cleaning — or you feel the stone is holding onto a lot — consider smudging for an additional 30 seconds.

Approximate duration: about 30 to 60 seconds per stone

Use this for any stone.