Amethyst
Korea Amethyst is the best quality in the World, ¡®Cause, natural environments of Korea are perfect to grow the best quality amethyst. Korea peninsula is based on granite and yellow earth while the other countries, product Amethyst, are based on limestone and cement. Therefore, Korea Amethyst grows with heavy pressure in many longer hours than the others. That ¡®causes intensity of amethyst almost double and transparent of color better than the others.
Korea Amethyst is not only beautiful but also has medical effects. It¡¯s been believed as a healing stone and used as a tranquilizer and adetoxicant for decades by Korean ancestors (according to the oldest Korea medical book ¡®Donguibogam¡¯, make fine powder of amethyst and take it as a medication).

In addition, the amethyst is the Korea national Gemstone.
Its color is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of allgemstonesissaid to protect its wearer against seduction. Theamethyst is extravagancein violet. For many thousands of years, themoststriking representative of the quartz family has been a jewel coveted by princesboth ecclesiastical and secular. Mosesdescribed it as asymbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. In popular belief, the amethyst offers protection against drunkenness - for the Greek words 'amethystos' mean 'not intoxicated' in translation. A more apt stone for the month of February, particularly if there is to be plenty going on in the way of carnival celebrations, could thus hardly be wished for.
A large number of further miraculous powers are attributed to the amethyst in all sorts of cultures. It was said to protect crops against tempests and locusts, bring good fortune in war and in the hunt, drive out evil spirits and inspire the intellect. A little study of the works of Pliny will reveal that this gemstone, if worn round the neck on a cord made from dog's hair, affords protection against snakebite. Later, Hieronymus even reported that eagles placed an amethyst in their nest in order to protect their young from the selfsame danger. Apart from these powers, gemstone therapists say that the amethyst has a sobering and cleansing effect. Amethyst has also been said to quell excessive stomach acid and,according to Hildegard von Bingen, served to combat insect bites and beautify the skin. But the amethyst not only had a firm niche in medicine; it was also esteemed as a stone of friendship. And since it was thought to put the wearer in a chaste frame of mind and symbolise trust and piety, the amethyst came to occupy a very prominent position in the ornaments of the Catholic clergy over the centuries. It was the stone of bishops and cardinals; we find it in prelates' crosses and in the so-called Papal Ring (Italian, 15th century) in the Jewellery Museum in Pforzheim.