Honey calcite, also known as amber, golden or citrine calcite, has a soft golden glow and tranquil energy believed to comfort, soothe and revitalize, especially in times of need.
Honey Calcite gently amplifies energy and psychic abilities via the Third-Eye and Crown Chakras. This process can help one to release feelings of deprivation, and connect with the Divine perfection inherent in the Universe. By connecting these chakras through the Solar-Plexus and down to the Root Chakra, Honey Calcite can pull down Divine and Angelic energies through the body, helping one to relax into life and create a state of allowing.
Supportive Honey Calcite eases the challenges that sometimes come with change, and creates balance between the Sacral and Solar Plexus Chakras. When focusing on the Solar Plexus Chakra, Honey Calcite can enhance the will, bringing extra motivation when needed for long term projects and goals. Meditating with Honey Calcite can help those who are working to change persistent thoughts or beliefs about scarcity.
Physically, honey calcite is used in crystal healing for kidneys, bladder, female organs, menopause. It is an excellent massage stone. Honey Calcite is also known for it's catalytic-type aid in releasing sexual issues, and it's physical strengthening of the immune system.
Color: Extremely variable but generally white or colorless or with light shades of yellow, orange, blue, pink, red, brown, green, black and gray. Occasionally iridescent.
Luster: Vitreous to resinous to dull in massive forms
Transparency: Transparent to translucent
Crystal System: Trigonal; bar 3 2/m
Crystal Habits: Extremely variable with almost any trigonal form possible. Common among calcite crystals are the scalenohedron, rhombohedron, hexagonal prism, and pinacoid. Combinations of these and over three hundred other forms can make a multitude of crystal shapes, but always trigonal or pseudo-hexagonal.
Cleavage: Perfect in three directions, forming rhombohedrons
Specific Gravity: 2.7
Associated Minerals: Fluorite, quartz, barite, sphalerite, galena, celestite, sulfur, gold, copper, emerald, apatite, biotite, zeolites, several metal sulfides, other carbonates and borates and many other minerals.
Best Field Indicators: Crystal habit, reaction to acid, abundance, hardness, double refraction and especially cleavage.