mountain crystal


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mountain crystal

[′mau̇nt·ən ′krist·əl]
(mineralogy)
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Moreover, the region was rich in minerals, construction materials, gold, mountain crystal, silk, granite, mercury, limestone, harsh stone, traver tine, mineral water, and healing herbs.
We highly recommend the Flint Ritual, a three-and-a-half hour facial and body scrub with mountain crystal therapy massage.
It is nicknamed the "Mountain Crystal" because of the way its shape appears to be "cut", and also because of the dazzling effects the play of light produces on its silvery surface.
Kuhnert said that he brings body, soul and spirit back into harmony and accommodate the four elements, adding that he had a special coach who trained him in the storage of high-energy mountain crystals, which would be arranged in certain patterns.
Pristine water sourced from 400-feet deep Artesian wells is filtered through a four-stage process and then a series of mountain crystals and silver ions to remove any remaining impurities.