The meaning of the name Citrine crystal, comes from the Greek word meaning 'citron', as many early Citrine crystals found had a color similar to the citrus fruit of that name.
Citrine includes yellow to gold to orange-brown shades of transparent quartz. Although the darker, orange colors of citrine, sometimes called Madeira citrine after the color of the wine, has generally been the most valued color, in modern times, many people prefer the bright lemony shades which mix better with pastel colors. Citrine is generally more inexpensive than amethyst and is also available in a wide range of calibrated sizes and shapes, including very large sizes. Citrine is the official birthstone for November.
The Citrine properties that are most well known are its value for aiding manifestation of prosperity, particularly if you combine it with the power of affirmations. By its ability to activate the solar plexus, the seat of the will, it will help you to be decisive about what you will bring into your life
*The information provided here is for entertainment and reference purposes only. It is based on centuries of folklore, most of which came the birthstones of your loved ones.