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Kunzite Tumbles


"I’m interested in crystals to restructure water. I read that you recommended Tibetan Quartz, Lithium Quarts and Herkimer Diamond. Will you be getting any more Lithium Quartz in? Also, does that one need to be a point or can it be tumbled. Would Amethyst or Rose Quartz be better in points or tumbled? Thanks SO much!"



Hi there T,

Thanks for reaching out to us.

I am not sure when or if we will be getting Lithium Quartz again, purely because it's so difficult to obtain good quality ones right now. We tend to get in very small batches and then they sell out before they're online for very long.

If it's a lithium rich mineral you're looking for, good substitutes are Lepidolite and Kunzite. Kunzite actually has more lithium in it than Lithium Quartz.
I'd not recommend you place this INTO the water, especially if you plan on consuming it. Lepidolite contains aluminium and Spodumene (Kunzite is the purple variety) also contains this. You can however charge your water with it though. More about water safe crystals in our Safeguards here.

Tumbled and Points would work just as well. It's more about what works for you really and what feels good based on what you wanted to do.

Rose QuartzAmethyst and Clear Quartz are also great to use, plus you can put it in the water if you wished as they are all water safe. Points or tumbled would be fine, again, it's about what works for you and your intention.

You can read more about Charging Water here, as well as Water Safe Stones by AmarisLand (just a great resource to have).

I hope this helps and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to let us know :)

Siobhan Gouws-Moller, from SGCrystalHealing


DISCLAIMER: We feel that crystals can complement other therapies and support energetic well-being. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.

Posted on September 13, 2022
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