Crystal Water Elixir Guide

Crystal Elixir has been around for many years and is a method commonly used to allow the energy from crystals enhance the water you drink.

There are two ways in which the crystals can be added.  Directly – whereby the crystals actually touch the water, and indirectly – where there is a physical barrier preventing the crystals from touching the water.

The indirect method is a much safer method as some crystals can be poisonous to us and shouldn’t be added directly.  Additionally, some crystals are quite soft and being in contact with water actually damages the crystal itself.

But how does the indirect method work?

We get asked this question quite a lot.  So let me explain…..

Energy is transferred everyday (remember that physics lesson at school where kinetic energy turned to heat energy on a car).  Well the theory applies to crystal elixir whether it be the direct method or indirect method.

The crystals energy gets transferred in to the water in a pretty similar manner to how ice cubes cool water surrounding them.  The ice cubes can touch the water, but in some cases they don’t (ie. An ice pack) but the water still gets colder from the energy released.

So we can learn from this that objects don’t always have to be touching in order for the energy to transfer.  Which is lucky for us when it comes to the sun heating the Earth – could be a bit hot if they were touching!

However, we appreciate that some of you want to try your own ways and prefer the direct method.  We have therefore put together a quick reference guide of crystals that shouldn’t be used for the direct method (see below).

We would recommend the indirect method to obtain the greatest and safest crystal benefit. 

As a quick rule though – no crystal containing any metal traces should be put in water. 

Please note our list of crystals to exclude is not exhaustive, however, it does consider most of the commonly available crystals.

Amazonite Traces of Copper - Toxic
Aquamarine Contains Aluminium
Aventurine Contains Aluminium
Azurite Contains Copper - Toxic
Chrysocolla Contains poisonous/toxic copper
Cinnabar Contains mercury which can be poisonous/toxic
Copper Contains poisonous/toxic copper.
Dalmatian Jasper Contains Aluminium
Dumortierite Contains Aluminium
Emerald Contains Aluminium
Epidote Contains Aluminium
Feldspar Contains Aluminium
Garnet Contains Aluminium
Hematite Unfit for elixir use will rust with prolonged exposure in liquid
Iolite Contains Aluminium
Kyanite Contains Aluminium
Labradorite Contains Aluminium
Lapis Lazuli Contains Aluminium
Lepidolite Contains Aluminium
Magnetite Iron will rust not to be used near water
Malachite Contains poisonous/toxic copper.
Mica Contains Aluminium
Morganite Contains Aluminium 
Moonstone Contains Aluminium
Peacock Ore Contains copper and sulphur which can be toxic
Prehnite Contains Aluminium
Pyrite Pyrite may contain intermixed Marcasite poisonous
Quantom Quattro Contains poisonous/toxic copper
Ruby Contains Aluminium
Sapphire Contains Aluminium
Selenite Unsafe for internal ingestion tiny shards may break off in water
Serpentine Fibrous forms are asbestos
Sodalite Contains Aluminium
Spinel Contains Aluminium
Sugilite Contains Aluminium
Sulphur Poisonous
Sunstone Contains Aluminium
Tanzanite Contains Aluminium
Tigers Eye Fibrous form contains asbestos
Topaz Contains Aluminium
Tourmaline Contains Aluminium
Turquoise Contains poisonous/toxic copper and Aluminium
Unakite Contains Aluminium and may also contain Zirconium (Radioactive)
Variscite Contains Aluminium
Zircon Contains Zirconium, Radioactive
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